16 Best Supper Spots to Satisfy Your Hunger in Central Bangkok – 2020

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Are you a night owl, party goer or just a simple person who loves having late-night supper before going to bed? You’ve found the right place for your perfect supper spots! Don’t worry you don’t have to go far, it’s walkable distance if you’re staying in Central Bangkok. Even if you don’t, this 16 supper spots are worth your time to satisfy your palate.

1. 55 Pochana

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This restaurant serves Thai-Chinese cuisines and it has gotten popularity because of its delicious food! Make sure you order their oyster omelette as it is their signature dish – loved by locals and tourists.

Of course, there are other dishes worth trying such as fried pork intestines, stir fried Thai flowers with glass noodles and so on! My advice to you – expect tasty and delicious food but not the best cleanliness and service you can get.

Address: 5 Pochana, Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Tan Nuea, Vadhana 10110, Thailand

Opening Hours: 6:30 PM to 4 AM, daily except Tues and Sat – 6:30 PM to 3:30 AM

Social media(s): Facebook

2. Nai Ek Roll Noodles

This stall is popular for their springy roll noodles (kuey chap) and peppery broth that warms your soul when you drink it. Their kuey chap is also Michelin-rated which gives you another reason to try it out!

Remember to try their roll noodles, deep fried crispy pork and pork braised meat!

Address: 442 Yaowarat Road (Yaowarat 9) Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 9 AM to 1 AM, daily.

Social media(s): Facebook

3. 25 Degrees Bangkok

25 Degrees is an award-winning American diner, open 24/7. They offer burgers, snacks, soup, sandwiches, salads, all-day breakfast, desserts and drinks! A perfect supper combination would be burger and a glass of beer which is also perfect for hangovers and after-club party. Besides, they also play American hits music from the 70s and 80s to keep your mood going.

Amazingly, they even let you craft your own burger and scrambled eggs! I would go there any day, to customize my own food according to my taste.

Address: Pullman Bangkok Hotel G, Silom Road, Bangkok

Opening Hours: 24 hours, daily.

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4. Shabeebee Roti-Cha

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This restaurant serves modern Muslim dishes and the décor is hip! Suitable for hipsters who loves food and taking photos as well.

Wondering what this is? This is the special Thai milk tea that Shabeebee Roti-cha offers. Tastes great and perfect for your IG.

If you’re a big fan of curry, this is the right place for you as they offer different selections of curry mixes to go with your fried roti. Also, don’t forget to try out their murtabak too!

Address: 20, Suan Luang Square, Soi Chula 12 Bangkok

Opening Hours: 24 hours, daily.

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5. Too Fast To Sleep

Too Fast To Sleep is special because it offers a co-working space suitable for you to study, eat and chill. It’s a perfect place if you can’t sleep at night or want to read a book while enjoying a light bite.

They offer toast with different toppings such as strawberry jam, tuna, pork floss, Nutella and so on. If you don’t like a heavy meal for supper, this is just right for you!

Address: They have a few branches, including Siam, Rama IV Road and Sukhumvit. Google whichever is closest to you!

Opening Hours: 24 hours, daily.

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6. The Street Ratchada

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The Street Ratchada is a 24/7 lifestyle mall which offers food, drinks, supermarket and fitness! Perfect for all the night owls who can’t get restless at night. They have a lot to offer, just make sure to drop by if you’re looking for supper and entertainment!

Address: The Street Retail Development Co.,Ltd. 139 Ratchadaphisek Rd, Khwaeng Din Daeng, Khet Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400

Opening Hours: 24 hours, daily.

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7. Hollys Coffee Thailand

If you’re looking for a café to chill and to satisfy your sweet tooth late at night. Go ahead to Hollys Coffee as they are open 24/7 and offer really good desserts!

They offer pancakes, toast, bingsu and delicious drinks to go along with your food!

Address: Check out their social medias to find the closest outlet to you.

Opening Hours: 24 hours, daily.

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8.  Thipsamai Restaurant

Your travel to Bangkok is not complete if you haven’t tried pad thai – the signature dish of Thai food. Thipsamai Restaurant has been established since 1966. Their signature Padthai Sen-Chan dish includes shrimp oil, deep sea prawns and omelette which is used to wrap the noodles.

It is so tasty that many customers do not mind the long queue and would always go back for more!

Address: 313-315 Maha Chai Rd, Khwaeng Samran Rat, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200

Opening Hours: 5 PM to 1 AM, daily.

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9. Raan Jay Fai

You might have seen this lady queen who wears a goggle while cooking to protect her eyes from the heat. She is non other than Chef Jayfai with her street food receiving a star from The Michelin Guide Thailand.  The must try is definitely the crab omelette with a generous amount of crab, dry seafood congee, seafood drunken noodles, curry powder stir fried crab and Nam Prik fish.

Reservations need to be done at 3 months in advanced or call them at 092-724 9633. Walk-ins usually wait for a minimum of 2 hours. Be sure to reach early!

Address: 327 Mahachai Road (at the intersection with Samranrat Road), next to Thip Samai restaurant

Opening Hours: 1:30PM to 12 AM (Tue to Sat) | Closed on Sun & Mon

Social media(s): Instagram

10. Jeh O Chula

Here comes another Michelin Star rated street food – Jeh O Chula. The place is usually packed and has long queue but definitely worth the wait! The most popular dish is the Tom Yum MAMA – tom yum is something you should not miss when you’re in Thailand as well. The soup is spicy, sour and creamy – perfect for those who likes adventure!

The must eat is Tom Yum Mama, fresh salmon with mixed thai herbs, crispy pork and Pad Pak Boong Fai Daeng (stir-fried morning glory).

Tips: you can book your table earlier via Klook to skip the wait!

Address: Rong Muang, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Opening Hours: 5:30 PM to 1 AM, daily.

Social media(s): Instagram

11. Pa Tong Go Savoey

This pushcart stall is featured in Michelin Guide 2018 and 2019. They serve the best Thai-style deep fried doughnuts. The doughs are freshly made and fried in a big wok of oil. This is perfect for a light bite at night!

Address: Yaowarat Road BKK, Thailand

Opening Hours: 6 PM to 12 AM – Tues to Sun only

Social media(s): Instagram

12. Phichit Bangthong

Phichit Bangthong is a roadside stall that serves BBQ skewers of many kinds. They marinate their meat using their own secret sauce and is then grilled using the traditional charcoal way. Besides, there is 9 sauces for you to choose from. These skewers are definitely perfect for supper!

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Address: Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Soi 1, Suriya Wong, Bang Rak, Bangkok

Opening Hours: 2:30 PM to 1:30 AM (Mon to Fri) \ 12:30 PM to 1:30 AM (Sat to Sun)

13. Hong Teong Long

This restaurant serves Shanghainese style dishes with a reasonable price. For those who loves Chinese food, this is the place to go for supper. The pan-fried bun stuffed with pork, dumpling, mapo tofu and xiao long bao are the most popular dishes to try out!

Address: 149/16 Thanon Surawong, Surawong, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 4 AM, daily

Social media(s): Facebook

14. Ramen Tei

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For those ramen lovers just like me, you know ramen is an all-day meal. No matter lunch, dinner or supper. Ramen soup is perfect for you to sip on before you go to bed, don’t you think?

Besides, Ramen Tei also offers other Japanese dishes such as katsu curry, gyoza and so on!

Address: Ramen Tei, 77 Soi Sukhumvit 39, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Opening Hours: 11 AM to 12 AM, daily

Social media(s): Facebook | Website

15. Mae Varee Sweet Sticky Rice with Mango

Mae Varee is said to be the best place that sells mango sticky rice in Bangkok. Now you know where to go for a delicious supper if you’re craving for mango sticky rice.

If you’re a mango addict, click here for more mango desserts in Bangkok!

Address: Mae Varee Sweet Sticky Rice with Mango, 1 Thonglor Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Opening Hours: 6 AM to 11 PM, daily

16. Let’s Say Café

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This is another 24-hour café for you to chill alone or with your friends. It’s also a perfect café for you to read a book if you enjoy some quiet time. They don’t only provide a cozy environment but also, western cuisines, desserts and good coffee.

Address: 440/19-20, Soi Rajawithi 3, Rajawithi rd., Thanon Phayathai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours: 24 hours, daily

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NOTE: All the above information is correct at the date of publication. If you come across any changes or updates, please let us know by email and we will update the information accordingly. Thank you!

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