Top 10 Best Late Night Eats Near Bugis & Naumi Singapore

Just touched down in Singapore after a late-night flight and in need of a delicious meal? Look no further than our neighbourhood! From BBQ skewers and mala hotpot to grilled fish, the diverse range of options will leave you spoiled for choice. Whether you’re craving a light snack or something heartier, there’s a perfect option for every palate. Here’s a list of our top 10 late night eats around Naumi Singapore and Bugis, handpicked by our local team.  



1. Tess Bar & Kitchen


Located just next door to Naumi Singapore is Tess Bar & Kitchen, a culinary gem for those seeking a relaxed space for some food and drinks. With its dimly-lit, chic design and black-painted furniture, the restaurant is perfect for a late-night snack or drink after a long flight. Apart from its spectacular dinner selection, they also feature an extensive drinks menu including single malt whisky, rum, gin, wines and signature cocktails.  


Not to be missed are their award-winning cocktails, such as the Clergyman Martini—a mixture of Tanqueray 10 Gin, Grapefruit Bitters, Tonic Reduction and Lime Cordial; Queen of the Club—a mix of Johnnie Walker Black Label Whisky, Soursop, Mascarpone Cheese, Orange and Lemon; and their Harley Quinn Martini—a mix of Four Pillars Gin, Butterfly Pea Vermouth and Spiced Orange Cordial. Be sure to order their Triple Cooked Crackling Pork Belly as well for a perfect end to the meal! 


Opening hours: 

Mon – Thur, 4 pm – 1 am 

Fri – Sat, 12 pm – 3 am 

Sun, 12 pm – 1 am 

Cost: $25 – $45 

Address: 36 Seah St, Singapore 188392 


Directions: 1 min walk from Naumi Singapore 


2. Fat Bird


Sichuan cuisine enthusiasts will rejoice at the sound of this restaurant—renowned for their signature Kampung Chicken Hot Pot, this gem along Liang Seah Street offers free-flow Mala and Chicken Stew Hot Pot buffet. Choose from a tantalizing array of eight signature pots, featuring delights like the Fragrant Chicken Pot, House Special Chicken Pot and Spicy & Fragrant Chicken Pot. Adventurous eaters may also consider going for the Bullfrog Pot option for something more unique.  


To top it off, diners can select from a total of 40 sides to match their hot pot, including must-tries like the Fried Tofu Strip, Winter Melon, and Handmade Noodle. If you’re not a hotpot fan, consider going for their range of ala-carte Si Chuan specials, including the Fish Head Steamboat with thick slices of fish in a cloudy, fragrant broth, and their Spicy Chicken Cubes, a must-order for all Sichuan food lovers. Be sure to grab a friend or two at this restaurant for a taste of everything!  


Opening hours: 

Sun – Thur, 11 am – 11:30 pm 

Fri – Sat, 11 am – 2 am 

Cost: $25 – $45 

Address: 1 Liang Seah St, #01-15/16, Singapore 189022 


Directions: 6 min walk from Naumi Singapore 


3. Xian De Lai


Another gem for all the hotpot lovers, Xian De Lai is a restaurant you should not miss! Priced at just $25.80, they offer hot pot and bbq buffet for no set time limit, so you can feast to your heart’s content at an affordable price. Its cozy, wooden interior makes it the perfect spot for a family outing, a dinner within large groups, or catching up with some friends and colleagues. Some highlights include their signature soup bases like Sichuan, Tom Yum, Mala, and Bak Kut Teh, as well as their Braised Pork Belly. The restaurant tends to get crowded easily during peak hours, so make sure to arrive early to beat the queue!  


Opening hours: 10:30 am – 4 am daily 

Cost: $15 – $90 

Address: 18 Liang Seah St, Singapore 189039 


Directions: 6 min walk from Naumi Singapore 


4. Mr Mookata


If you can’t decide between hotpot and bbq for supper, go for mookata instead—a Thai cuisine involving hotpot with a metal grill in the centre giving you the best of both worlds. Located just a 5 minute-walk away from Naumi Singapore, Mr Mookata is a vibrant eatery boasting a colorful array of chairs and neon-lit interiors. Whether you opt for the ala carte option or the all-you-can-eat buffet, make sure to give their homemade thai chilli a try for a taste of their authentic thai flavours. As an added bonus, they also provide free-flow beverages like lemon tea, barley, and calamansi on top of the buffet. 


Naumi’s Pro-tip: Consider sitting outside as heat from the hotpot and grill can contribute to the heat and stuffiness. Remember to dress light and preferably in lighter shades to avoid any splash stains! 

Opening hours: 12pm – 6 am daily 

Cost: $20 – $40 

Address: 516 Liang Seah St, Singapore 188740 


Directions: 6 min walk from Naumi Singapore 


5. Chong Qing Grilled Fish


Not looking for the typical hot pot or bbq? Try Chong Qing Grilled Fish instead, a restaurant specialising in the signature Chong Qing dish of the same name. Touted as the first restaurant to introduce this dish to Singapore, their Signature Grilled Fish is available in 7 different broths, and diners can easily customise their dish according to their preferred spice level, type of fish, and extra ingredients. 


Coupled with its mouthwatering visuals, the combination of its fragrant aroma, rich, flavoured broth and slightly charred fish skin will be sure to make you crave for more. While you’re there, don’t forget to give their Spicy Chicken Cubes, Double-cooked Spicy Pork Slices and Mouthwatering Chicken a try! 


Opening hours:  

Sun – Thur, 11 am – 1 am 

Fri – Sat, 11 am – 2 am 

Cost: $20 – $50 

Address: 1 Liang Seah St, #01-05/06, Singapore 189022 


Directions: 5 min walk from Naumi Singapore 


6. Ah Chew Desserts


Another treasure of Liang Seah Street, Ah Chew Dessert is undoubtedly a local favourite evidenced by its snaking long queues every night. Beginning as a humble store owning half of their current space in 2003, this Chinese dessert shop slowly grew to become one of Singapore’s most popular and long-standing local dessert shops in the area through their unwavering commitment to providing good quality dessert. 


Step inside the shop and you will find an interior filled with old wooden furniture, Chinese calligraphy paintings and traditional handicrafts exuding the vibe of an old-school dessert shop in Hong Kong. Some of their must-try desserts include the Mango Pomelo Sago or Durian Pomelo Sago, Fresh Milk Steam Egg White and Yam Paste with Ginko Nut. 


Opening hours:  

Mon, Wed – Thur, 12:30 pm – 12 am 

Fri, 12:30 pm – 1 am 

Sat, 1:30 pm – 1 am 

Sun, 1:30 pm – 12 am 

Closed on Tuesdays 

Cost: $5 – $10 

Address: 1 Liang Seah St, #01-10/11 Liang Seah Place, Singapore 189032 


Directions: 6 min walk from Naumi Singapore 


7. BBQ Box


Feeling peckish late into the night but are not prepared to eat a full meal? BBQ Box is the perfect place to satisfy your late night supper cravings, offering Chinese-style grilled skewers just a 7-minute walk away from the hotel. With an extensive menu of over 50 different choices of skewers, including chicken, beef, pork, lamb, seafood and vegetable options at an affordable price, you will be spoilt for choices. Each of their skewers are marinated in a range of different sauces, such as sweet and sour, teriyaki and chilli, and they are placed on a hotplate once cooked to keep it warm throughout your supper. 


Be sure to check out some of their signature dishes, such as the Chicken Skewers with Sweet and Sour Sauce, Beef Skewers with Teriyaki Sauce and Prawn Skewers with Garlic Sauce while you’re there! 


Opening hours: 

Sun – Thu, 12 pm – 12 am 

Fri – Sat, 12 pm – 1:30 am 

Cost: $10 – $25 

Address: 21 Tan Quee Lan St, #01-03, Singapore 188108 


Directions: 7 min walk from Naumi Singapore 


8. The Ramen House


Forget snacking; this ramen joint at Short Street serves hearty Japanese food from late night till wee hours of the morning at 6am, so you are guaranteed a full stomach! Dive into their array of food options, including their signature ramen menu, sushi and even bbq skewers. Each bowl of ramen is being delicately boiled for 30 hours, ensuring a rich flavour and milky smooth broth, and perfectly springy noodles to pair.  


Diners can choose from a choice of three soup bases, including the Shoyu Chicken Broth, Beef Broth or Pork Broth. If you prefer something more exciting, do not miss their specialty dish—the Volcano Ramen offered in three different spicy levels for a little challenge. To top it off, their prices are extremely affordable, giving you a satisfying midnight treat without breaking the bank. 


Opening hours: 5 pm – 6 am daily 

Cost: $10 – $80 

Address: 6 Short St, Singapore 188213 


Directions: 15 min walk from Naumi Singapore 


9. Analogue


Located just 8 minutes away at CHIJMES is Analogue, a revolutionary 100% plant-based bar with a focus on environmental sustainability. Step into the space and you will be greeted by a stunning, 20-meter long undulating aqua blue bar top that is made from 1.6 tonnes of recycled plastic. The smaller tables next to the astounding bar top are made from mycelium, a type of fungus that helps to reduce their environmental footprint.  


With their dedication to sustainability and focus on a nutrionally-minded menu, they were awarded No. 37 in the Asia’s 50 Best Bars List in 2022. To top it off, they also offer an innovative cocktail menu, such as the Smokey Jersey blending whisky, palo cortado sherry, as well as the best jackfruit tacos in the city that makes this award-winning bar worth a try! 


Opening hours: 5 pm – 12 am daily 

Cost: $15 – $30 

Address: 30 Victoria St, #01-31 Chijmes, Singapore 187996 


Directions: 8 min walk from Naumi Singapore 


10. Newton Food Centre


There’s no better place to satisfy your late-night hunger pangs than going to a hawker centre—with Newton Food Centre opening round the clock daily, it’s the perfect place to get a taste of Singapore’s local culture while fulfilling your supper cravings. Above all, its cameo in Crazy Rich Asians in 2018 and its range of MICHELIN-approved stalls are a clear sign that this is a spot not to be missed. 


Some famous must-try stalls include Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee for their famed fishball noodles, Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge for their sliced fish porridge, La Porpo for their crispy ayam goreng, Hup Kee Fried Oyster Omelette for their oyster omelette and Heng Carrot Cake for their carrot cake. 


Opening hours: 24 hours daily 

Cost: $5 – $15 

Address: 500 Clemenceau Ave N, Singapore 229495 


Directions: 15 min drive from Naumi Singapore 


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