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HOTSPOTS
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Swee Choon offers a sumptuous and arguably one of the most affordable arrays of dim sum from 6pm to 6am daily except Tuesdays. Favourites include the salted egg yolk -custard buns (liu sha baos), prawn and banana fritters, fried custard pumpkin and the house special, Swee Choon mee-suah kueh.

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Spize is probably the most popular shophouse in Simpang, especially for late night suppers! Their menu comprises of all your local favourites like pratas and nasi pattayas to Western food like cheese fries and burgers, and even dessert! Cheap, good and spacious with just the right amount of buzz, this is probably the perfect place for supper with friends! They have another branch at River Valley as well.

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Besides being a national favourite in South Korea, Tom n Toms operates 24 hours and serves filling pastries such as filled pretzels and an assortment of thick toasts. If you’re near town, this café is a great alternative to the Starbucks at UTown for latenight studying and catch-ups.

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En Japanese Dining Bar’s River Valley Branch has an early bird discount from 6-8pm, where you can enjoy 50% off any sushi, sashimi and hand roll from the ala carte menu. They open till 3am (last order 2.20am) during Friday and Saturday, other days (Sunday-Thursday) are till midnight.

1 Fullerton Road #01-06, Fullerton Hotel Singapore 049213

3B River Valley Road #01-17/02-02, Clarke Quay Singapore 179021

OverEasy not only offers a wide variety of Western fare - enjoy an all-day breakfast selection, burgers and desserts - they also serve drinks into the wee hours in town! They open till 1am (last order 10.30pm) on weekdays and 4.30am on weekends (last order 3.30am).

At the Beer Market, as with a stock exchange, beer prices move according to the laws of demand and supply. Novelty aside, they serve a wide variety of beer from all over the world and a tantalizing palette of finger foods, pizzas and pastas! They’re open from 6pm to 2am on Mondays to Thursdays, and 6pm to 3am on Fridays to Sundays.

The RIDGE - March 2013 Issue  
The RIDGE - March 2013 Issue  

March 2013 issue of THE RIDGE - the largest student-run magazine in the National University of Singapore

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