MID­NIGHT MUNCHIES

Three late-night sup­per haunts in the CBD

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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

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