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


We continue giving you the scoop on the best places to eat at night. Check these places out!
Chomp Chomp Food Centre at Serangoon
This outdoor hawker centre is often crowded. But you can find a wide variety of food there with two stalls selling fried carrot cake and three stalls selling dessert such as ice kachang. You can also find fishball noodles, western food, satay, chicken rice, wantan mee, porridge, grilled chicken wings and seafood. Before you know it, you'll find yourself 'chomping' the night away!
Clementi Road
This 24-hour stall is located along Clementi Road beside the Kent Ridge Bus Terminal and near NUS. It is a favourite haunt by NUS hall affiliates, taxi drivers and policemen on night patrol. Freshly prepared nasi lemak wrapped in banana leaves are available around midnight. It's best to go there after 11 pm as they start serving small, standard packets of nasi lemak for only ninety cents. 
East Coast Lagoon Hawker Centre
To those beach goers and moonlighters, check out the Lagoon Hawker Centre. It is the largest hawker centre along East Coast Parkway. Their oyster omelette and char siew noodles are delicious. Also try the satay, mee soto and chicken rice from the Malay stalls which are delicious, yet reasonably-priced.
Holland Village
The non air-conditioned coffeeshop at Lorong Liput is open till 3 am on Fridays and Saturdays, and on eve of public holidays. Try the Ipoh hor fun and dishes such as assam crayfish with rice, and seafood. Also around the vicinity are fast-food restaurants like Delifrance and Burger King, which are open till around 10.30 pm. 
Hyatt Hotel
The 24-hour Hyatt Cafe is great for desserts, especially its goreng pisang with ice cream. The Asian food there is good, too. But if that's still not enough to satisfy your appetite, you might want to stay till 6 am where they start serving the buffet breakfast.
Jalan Kayu
To all roti prata enthusiasts, try the prata stall at Jalan Kayu, opposite a junction leading to Jalan Tari Piring. Delights include paper prata and the must-try $1.00 teh chinno, a drink which is a cross between tea and Cappuccino.
Newton Circus
Open round the clock, this hawker centre is famous for supper. There is a variety of Indian food such as murtabak and mutton soup. You can also get roti john, and other rice and noodle dishes prepared on the spot. A highlight of this place is of course seafood, well-known for its sambal stingray with rice.