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Night 'Makan' Places (Part 1)
Night 'Makan' Places (Part 2)


It's 10 pm and your stomach's growling. You jump in the car and start scouting around for a place to have supper. Deciding on a place to eat is fairly difficult in a food paradise like Singapore, but Maxpac has compiled a list of eating places for your convenience the next time hunger strikes.
Adam Road Hawker Centre

Open till around 3 am, the newly-renovated Adam Road Hawker Centre is famous for spotting TCS celebrities. A must-try is the nasi lemak, as well as the murtabak and mutton soup. It also serves one of the best roti john in town! Furthermore, you can get a large, healthy glass of fruit juice for only $1.50. The cheng teng there is also pretty good and you can even order it with more of your favourite toppings. You can also find 

  nasi lemak
cheap and delicious chicken rice during the day.
roti prata  
Bencoolen Street
There is a 24-hour roti prata stall, which is a favourite haunt by backpackers all over the world.
Bishan St 22 Kopitiam
Open till 3 am, this kopitiam sells good kway chap, Hong Kong style wantan mee and mushroom noodles, which are very delicious.
Boat Quay - Shah Alam Restaurant
Located just behind Boat Quay, this place is a good haunt for youngsters who have just finished hitting the nightspots. There are many different varieties of prata and murtabak. Try the tuna murtabak, which is prata with spicy tuna filling and also one of their unlisted specialities, which is the delicious vegetarian murtabak. Also try the fried ice-cream, but don't ask how that is done - just try it!
Bukit Gombak
Near the Bukit Gombak MRT station and next to McDonald's, there is a coffeeshop famous for its buffet steamboat at a reasonable price. Open till late, they also have other rice dishes and a variety of noodles.
curry chicken  
Changi Airport Terminal II
Try the 24-hour cafeteria at Changi Airport Terminal II. There is nasi lemak and a variety of local food like chicken curry, rojak and nasi briyani. The prices are reasonable and is a great hangout for hungry couples at the airport. And of course, the place is air-conditioned!
Changi Village
This place is a nasi lemak heaven! Prices are cheap, with a variety of other food to choose from. Also try the western stall where you can get steaks and pasta at a reasonable price. Also don't forget to try the teh tarik.
The famous Mount Faber nasi lemak
  changi village nasi lemak
formerly at Prince Charles Lane, opens till 6 am. It is located at Sago Lane, just in front of the Indian temple and behind the Chinatown Market. There is also a coffeeshop at the corner next to Chinatown Plaza, which serves good fish porridge. For prata lovers, there is another 24-hour roti prata stall further down the street.
That's not all! We have more 'makan' places lined up for you. In the meantime, with all these great places to eat in mind, don't forget to eat in moderation!