No time for date night? Wait un­til the kids are asleep, then sneak out with Hubby for sup­per. Here’s where you can go. BY BY RACHEL RACHEL XIE. XIE.

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Home & Food Cook’s Day Out -

Won­ton Noo­dles

KOK KEE WAN TON NOO­DLE #01-06 Laven­der Food Square, 380 Jalan Be­sar. Open daily, noon to 2am “There’s a per­pet­ual queue here, but it’s worth wait­ing for the springy Hong Kong-style won­ton mee, served in a light gravy with bite-sized dumplings and char siew.” – Rachel Thomas, 27, ra­dio­g­ra­pher

Ban Mian

HE JIA HUAN BAN MIAN Block 75 Toa Payoh Lorong 5 Food Cen­tre, #01-14. Open daily, 3pm-3am. “This is my go-to place for com­fort food af­ter mid­night. The dry ban mian is su­per-tasty be­cause ev­ery silky strand is coated with sauce.” – Michelle Tan, 25, mar­ket­ing ex­ec­u­tive

Nasi Lemak

PONG­GOL NASI LEMAK CEN­TRE 965 Up­per Seran­goon Road, tel: 6281-0020. Open Fri-Wed, 5.30pm-2.30am. “Crispy, suc­cu­lent and pip­ing hot, the fried chicken wings here are the real high­light.” – Sab­rina Kim, 28, as­sis­tant man­ager

In­dian Fare

AL AZHAR EAT­ING RESTAU­RANT 11 Cheong Chin Nam Road, tel: 6466-5052. Open 24 hours daily. “Noth­ing beats the rich but­ter chicken and fluffy cheese naan here. I also like their plas­ter prata, crisp on the out­side, with a runny egg yolk in the mid­dle.” – Ng Jing Xiu, 25, as­so­ciate psy­chol­o­gist SPIZE 409 River Val­ley Road, tel: 6734-9194. Open week­days, 6pm-6am; week­ends, 6pm-7am. “My friends and I usu­ally round off a night out at Spize. The In­di­anstyle chicken chop there comes in bite-sized pieces smoth­ered in a sweet, mildly spicy sauce.” – Ch­eryl Leong, fea­tures writer

Teochew Por­ridge

LIM JOO HIN EAT­ING HOUSE 715 Have­lock Road, tel: 6272-9871. Open daily, 11am-4am. “There’s some­thing very com­fort­ing about slurp­ing down Teochew por­ridge late at night. The cock­les and fish­cake are must-haves.” – Pamela Tan, 29, re­la­tion­ship man­ager

Bar Bites

KU DE TA CLUB LOUNGE Ma­rina Bay Sands Skypark, tel: 6688-7688. Open daily, 11am-2am. “Munch­ing on scrump­tious fried chicken, cro­quettes and thin-crust pizza from the Bar Bites menu (avail­able from 11pm-2am) while en­joy­ing cool tunes and tak­ing in the Sin­ga­pore sky­line is bliss.” – Serene Ang, 27, banker

Bak Chor Mee

YAN KEE BK Eat­ing House, 21 South Bridge Road. Open 24 hours, Mon-Sat. “Thin and a lit­tle sticky with the spicy, vine­gar-spiked sauce, the sig­na­ture mee sua noo­dles with minced pork and crispy ikan bilis are best en­joyed in large mouth­fuls.” – Jer­maine Ong, 29, banker

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