MID­NIGHT MUNCHIES

Three late-night sup­per haunts in Bugis

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THE RA­MEN STALL

à787 North Bridge Rd. Mon-Fri 5pm-5am; Sat & Sun noon-5am.

GU THAI NOO­DLE CAFE

Pop­u­lar for its $1.90 bowls of boat noo­dles that can be fin­ished in two mouth­fuls, Gu Thai Noo­dle Cafe is the per­fect place for the hun­gry mid­night birdies with small ap­petites. And if you en­joyed the sneak pre­view, up­grade to a big­ger bowl of boat noo­dles ($6). Yes, while you’ll get pip­ing hot bowls of chicken-based ra­men ($11-$23.90) here, there’s plenty more on of­fer. The Ra­men Stall’s range of sushi runs the gamut from prawn tem­pura rolls ($9.90) to soft shell crab maki ($17.90), but to re­ally fill your belly, go for the tep­pa­nyaki beef ($16.90) or the kaisen don ($16.90). à #01-04 POMO Mall, 1 Selegie Rd. Daily 11-5am.

NUNSONGYEE

Crav­ing a sweet treat af­ter a night of drink­ing? Cool down with bingsu at this Korean dessert joint. The shaved ice dessert ap­pears in dozens of flavours here, from cheese­cake ($14.90) to straw­berry ($18.90) to green tea ($12.90). Be­sides bingsu, Nunsongyee serves up sweet toasts, such as the nutty In­je­olmi Toast ($8.90), too. ■ Sai Vid­hya à534 North Bridge Rd. Daily 24hrs.

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