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WHERE TO FEAST AFTER DARK IN SERANGOON GARDEN

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If there’s one place in Singapore where you don’t have to worry about being hungry– it’s Serangoon Garden. This vibrant residential estate is packed with great places to eat even after dark. Here are our picks for late-night eats in Serangoon Garden.

1.    Chomp Chomp Food Centre

Arguably the best-known eating place in Serangoon Garden, this grand dame of hawker centres offers everything from barbecued seafood swimming in spicy sambal chili to 3L towers of sugarcane juice to wash all that grease down. If you’re here after midnight, check out Swee Heng Wanton Mee at the far end. It’s usually open until 1 a.m. and serves traditional noodles and handmade wantons that come fried or boiled.

Chomp Chomp Food Centre
20 Kensington Park Road
Singapore 557269
Opening hours: 4pm to 12:30am daily

(Photo source: Instagram @theroguewanderluster)

2.    RK Eating House

Everyone in the area knows this is a great place to tuck into its famous roti prata, which is just the right amount of crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The giant tissue cone prata is also a hit with late-night diners, and if you’re feeling a little more adventurous, try its mutton bryiani! It comes with a large serving of mutton that’s cooked to tender perfection and guaranteed to satisfy any midnight hunger pangs.

RK Eating House
1 Kensington Park Road
Singapore 557253
Opening hours: 24 hours daily

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3.    Srisun Express

Yes, you can also order prata here, but locals know this restaurant’s best sellers are its fried mee goreng, gooey cheese fries and silky-smooth butter chicken. The menu here is more extensive than RK’s, so if it’s variety you crave, this is the spot. What’s more, this restaurant boasts an air-conditioned indoor seating area and large 3L tall drinks that come in a variety of flavours.

Srisun Express
56 Serangoon Garden Way
Singapore 555952
Opening hours: 24 hours daily

(Photo source: Instagram @Srisunexpress)

4.    Chong Qing Grilled Fish

If you love all things spicy and seafood at all hours of the day, you won’t regret giving this authentic Chinese restaurant a try. There are plenty of dishes to choose from, but you can’t go wrong with its signature charcoal-grilled fish hotpot. Choose from four different types of fish, seven flavours of broth, and a wide variety of other ingredients to go with your fish. Wash it all down with a refreshingly tart ambra juice with sour plum!

Chong Qing Grilled Fish
2 Maju Avenue
Singapore 556680
Operating hours: 4pm to 2am on weekdays; 12pm to 2am on weekends

(Photo source: Instagram @yenkyen)

5.    Oblong

Diners with a sweet tooth will want to check out this dessert heaven that serves up interesting waffle and ice-cream concoctions. Their latest creations include durian and tiramisu waffles, as well as a pineapple-flavoured waffle for the upcoming Chinese New Year. If you’re looking for something more classic, order their red velvet waffle, which is a signature flavor there.

Oblong
10 Maju Avenue
Singapore 556688
Operating hours: 2pm to 12 midnight

(Photo source: Instagram @angussiew)

Serangoon Gardens is chockful of great eats. If you live in the area, you’re in luck. maybe check out the latest condominium project by Keppel Land and Wing Tai Land, The Garden Residences, which is located just a short 5-minute walk away.

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