More Late Night Hangouts in BBB

By on Mar 2017

It is said that sleep is for the weak. And indeed, even in the wee hours of the morning, Bras Basah.Bugis stands strong with a lot still happening for all those who refuse to call it a night when the clock strikes 12.

As a continuation of our first list of late-night hangouts , here are more ideas to amuse the night owls.

Image credit: Facebook / Oasis Cafe

1. Oasis Gaming Cafe

Do you remember those dingy LAN-shops from your adolescence where half the speakers are broken and the other half sound like dying cats?

Forget them. Oasis Gaming Cafe at Selegie Road is the Rolls-Royce of cyber cafes. The sofa-seats are plush, the tables are clean and their computer specs are too impressive for the length of this article. They even have private booths so your squad can scream “rampage!” to their hearts’ content.

Management allows club members to order in food at night, though really, when you’re fighting off terrorists, who has time to eat?

Opening hours: 6am to 3am daily
Where: PoMo, One Selegie Road, Unit B1-17/18/19/20, Singapore 188306


2. The Ramen House

The soup base here is boiled for over 30 hours with pig trotters, chicken bones, assorted vegetables and lots of love. The eggs are cooked in Sapporo beer, their spicy stock contains four different types of chilli… and it’s getting tiring just to describe the effort that goes into each dish.

When all of this meticulous preparation is done, The Ramen House opens its doors at 5pm and serves up its delectable noodles to its dinner and late-night crowd. They are well-known for their super-spicy Volcano Ramen and Korean-inspired Minced Meat Kimchi Ramen.

Opening hours: 5pm to 6am on weekdays, 12pm to 6am on weekends
Where: 6 Short Street, Singapore 188213



3. Aroydee Thai Kitchen

Since opening in 2007, this homely and casual Thai restaurant has been feeding hungry club-goers till daybreak every day.

For your late-night stomach rumblings, Aroydee’s chef suggests Pad Ka Phrao – the ever popular stir-fried basil with garlic, plus your choice of meat or seafood. If you’re not too adventurous with your Thai food, there’s also fishcakes and Pad Thai. Be warned: Aroydee is crowded from lunchtime till late.

Opening hours: 11.30am to 6am daily
Where: 262 Middle Road, Singapore 188989


Image credit: Facebook / Aroydeethaikitchen

4. Al Jilani Restaurant

An Uber ride from City Hall to Jalan Kayu will set you back around $14. Save yourself the money and trouble by heading to Al-Jilani restaurant, located at Bencoolen Street.

This no-frills eatery serves delicious Indian-Muslim food, with star items on the menu being its chicken briyani and assorted versions of p rata.

Opening hours: 24 hours daily
Where: 127 Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189637


5. The Cathay



Image credit: The Cathay

If a filling supper is too sinful for you, what about a snack instead? Over at Handy Road, The Cathay’s Starbucks outlet is open 24 hours daily and also has an al fresco seating area that’s perfect for enjoying the cool night air over casual conversation with friends.

On weekends, the Cathay Cineplex located at the mall’s upper floors also screens movies late into the night, so you can still get your blockbuster fix even after a fun day out exploring the sights and sounds of Bras Basah.Bugis.

Opening hours: 10am to 10pm daily. Starbucks is located at #01-05 and opens 24 hours daily. The Cathay Cineplex is located on Level 5 and 6, and opening hours vary.
Where: 2 Handy Road, Singapore 229233

Whether it’s food to quell those hunger pangs or something to keep you occupied late into the night, Bras Basah.Bugis has got you covered.