Three late-night supper haunts in the CBD
KKO KKO NARA
Few things beat Korean fried chicken when it comes to satisfying nighttime hunger pangs. This chimaek joint’s range of flavours include garlic soya sauce ($20), sweet and spicy ($20) and original ($18). Other must-try dishes are kimchi stew ($25) and seafood spring onion pancake ($28). 68 Tanjong Pagar Rd. Mon-Sat 11am-3pm, 6pm-3am; Sun 6pm-1am.
RAMEN KEISUKE LOBSTER KING
Sober up with a bubbling bowl of ramen that’s unlike anything else on the island. The Lobster King outlet of Ramen Keisuke pan-fries, crushes, then simmers the shells of rock lobsters to create its clear ($13.90) and creamy ($14.90) broths that you’ll be slurping clean. #01-07 The Cannery, 3C River Valley Rd. Daily 6pm-5am.
BK EATING HOUSE
This coffeeshop is home to Yan Kee Noodle House, whose fiery bak chor mee ($4) makes for great ‘drunk food’. Dig your chopsticks into a bowl of mee sua, fishballs, meatballs and minced pork – everything is doused in chilli and vinegar, and guaranteed to perk you up for the ride back home. Gladys Tan 21 South Bridge Rd. Mon-Sat 24hrs.
August 2017 timeoutsingapore.com