20 Supper Spots In KL & PJ To Satisfy Your Late Night Cravings (2023 Guide)

Hey Foodies, it’s supper time! Nothing excites us more than a guilty pleasure supper at night so here’s a list of good supper spots you can check out in KL & PJ in 2023!


Top Supper Spots in KL & PJ

1. Mee Tarik @ Chinatown 

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You might have heard of this place from TikTok or you might have seen how crazy the queue is outside the restaurant at Petaling Street! This Mee Tarik restaurant at Chinatown made buzz for its signature Mee Tarik (hand-pulled noodles) served in beef soup with succulent beef slices. It’s a soulful bowl of soup noodle that’s perfect to warm your body on cold late nights! Other than the Mee Tarik, you can get a variety of authentic Chinese-Muslim food like grilled meat skewers, chicken wings, and steam or fried dumplings too. 

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Photo: @cityygrubs (IG)

Location: 34, Jalan Sultan, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor

Operating hours: (DAILY) 10:30AM – 6AM

Status: Muslim-owned

2. Bones Burger TTDI

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Burger is one of the best late night bites so we can’t leave out this gem! Bones Burger TTDI serves meaty beef burgers that are known to be super juicy and flavourful. The OG burger comes with their Tomato & Savoury Onion jam that made craze for how good it tastes! There are also options with Creamy Ceasar Sauce, and BBQ Tabasco Sauce you can choose from. Make it the perfect burger for you with the add-ons of Beef Strips, Special Lamb Patty, Pineapple and more! Another thing you will notice is their fluffy and glossy buns that look yums~

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Photo: @bonesrotp (Instagram)


Location: Pinggir Zaaba, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 7pm-12am (closed on Monday)

Status: Serves no pork


Link: Instagram

3. Nasi Lemak Bumbung in PJ

You’re missing out if you never tried having Nasi Lemak at night, especially at this famous queue-worthy Nasi Lemak Stall in PJ. Nasi Lemak Bumbung is located in the deep alley of old shop lots which makes the dining experience there unique. With the night sky as your bumbung (roof), patrons love to chill with friends here while enjoying their Nasi Lemak with big portions and thick mouthwatering house-special Sambal. The classic Maggie Goreng is also a favourite here. 

 Photo: Daniel Chan

Photo: Yawfai Phang

Location: 6, Jalan 21/11b, Sea Park, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Operating hours: (DAILY) 4PM – 12AM

4. Katin Mini @ Kampung Baru

Photo: Raymond Lam (Google review)

With a spacious outdoor dining area and a view of the KL Twin Tower, this mini canteen is a super chill spot for patrons to unwind and enjoy supper until as late as 3AM. This spot houses a few vendors selling different varieties of food including our favourite Shellout sets, Japanese dishes, Western dishes and more!

Photo: Davide Selvaggio (Google review)

Photo: Ummi Adlina (Google review)

Location: Jln Datok Abdul Malik, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 5PM – 3AM

Status: Muslim-friendly

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

5. Damascus Bukit Bintang

Photo: Mr. Annnymous 143 (Google review)

If you happen to be around Bukit Bintang past midnight, this stall is famous for their Shawarmas. Popular orders include the chicken or mixed chicken and beef shawarma.

Photo: Khairul AMZ (Google review)

Photo: Adib Wahab (Google review)

Location: 111, Jln Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 8AM – 4AM

Status: Halal

6. Brader John Burger

Photo: Joshua Jebaraj (Google review)

Looking for burgers in PJ? Always packed with long queues whenever the stall is operating, Brader John Burger is popular for their burgers sandwiched with their house-special sauce. A staple supper located in Damansara Utama. 

Photo: Amanda Lim (Google review)

Photo: Chuin Cherng Yeap (Google review)

Location: Jalan SS 21/58, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Operating hours: 8PM – 2AM (Closed on Sunday & Monday)

Status: Muslim-owned

7. Tapak Urban Street Dining

Photo: Tapak Urban Street Dining (Facebook)

If you don’t want to limit your supper to one type of food only, we reckon you should check out this hipster night market! Tapak Urban Street Dining is where you go for a huge selection of street food and great night outdoor dining ambience. Burgers, Mee Goreng, Corndog, Milkshakes and more all at one spot.

Photo: Poetri Monalia (Google review)

Photo: Sherwina Deepa (Google review)

Location: Persiaran Hampshire, off, Jalan Ampang, Hampshire Park, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: (DAILY) 5PM – 12AM

Status: Muslim-friendly

8. Togather Cafe

Photo: Lucky Jeffrey Brown

Togather Cafe is where you go for a variety of Asian-Western fusion dishes with over 300 selections for you to choose from. From hearty main dishes to light snacks and desserts, this is an all-in-one spot that can satisfy your supper cravings.

Photo: Yee Bonnie (Google review)

Photo: Alex Au (Google review)

Outlet available in: Kuchai Lama | SS2, PJKepong | PV128 | Puchong

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram 

Status: Pork-free

9. Saigon Station

saigon stationPhoto: Saigon Station

You can never go wrong with Pho at night. Saigon Station serves classic Vietnamese street food and warm authentic Vietnamese home cooked cuisines. Their beefy pho noodles comes with a soulful, flavourful soup and soft melt-in-your-mouth pho noodles.

Photo: Saigon Station

Photo: Saigon Station

Location: G-10, Residensi Unggul, Jalan Vista Mutiara 1, Kepong Baru, 52000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: (DAILY) 10:30AM – 1AM

Status: Non-halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

10. Pudu Pasar Wanton Mee / Liang Kee

This over 30 years old stall in Pudu is where you go for one of the best Curry Noodles in KL. The best part is- they are operating until late night! Hidden in Pudu Pasar, this stall serves its Curry Noodles with rich ingredients like Siham, Char Siew, Pork Skin, Chicken, Tofu Puff and Long Beans. The curry broth is boiled with chicken bone soup for up to hours and added with some fragrant and fresh coconut milk to make the dish tastes thick and spicy. They also serve signature Wanton Noodles made with traditional duck egg noodles and it comes with their lip-smacking Char Siew too. 

Photo: Queenie Yap (Google review)

Photo: Nic (Google review)

Location: Wet market, Jalan Pasar Baharu, Pudu, 55100 Puu, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 8PM – 2AM (closed on Sunday & Monday)

Status: Non-Halal

11. Lok Lok YYDS

Photo: Lok Lok YYDS (Setapak)

Lok Lok is one of our all-time favourite late night snacks because you usually get to choose from a huge variety of yummy bites. We found this new spot, Lok Lok YYDS that’s perfect for those who like oil-fried Lok Lok with affordable prices from RM1 only! There’s over 60 types of Lok Lok options and 4 types of sauces for you to pair with. Pick yours and have it freshly fried-to-perfection to fuel your night!

Photo: yehbing chin

Photo: Kenzie Ng

Status: Non-halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram 

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Location: 3, Jalan 7/95b, Taman Cheras Utama, 56100 Cheras, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 6:30PM 1:30AM

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Location: No.1G & 2G, Jalan J-avenue, 43000 Cheras, Selangor

Operating hours: 5PM 12PM

[Lok Lok YYDS @ Setapak]

Location: Shop 11, The Palette Hab Kormersial, 8, Jalan Langkawi, Taman Danau Kota, 53000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 4PM 1:30AM

12. Yan Yan A One @ Old Klang Road

Photo: @my_my_life_m (Instagram)

Anyone up for some Dim Sum at midnight? We usually get Dim Sum as our breakfast but sometimes our craving for it just has to come during midnights. With Yan Yan A One serving Dim Sum from morning until midnight everyday, you don’t have to worry about waiting until the next morning to enjoy it anymore! From your favourite Siew Mai, Xiao Long Bao to Har Gao and more Chinese classic dishes like Char Kuey Teow and porridges, this is a spot that will satisfy your Dim Sum cravings at midnight.

Photo: @smiithchann (Instagram)

yan yan a onePhoto: @coolgardy (Instagram)

Location: Jln Klang Lama, Taman Shanghai, 58100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: (DAILY) 9AM – 2AM

Status: Non-halal

13. K.T.Z Food 

Photo: Chee Khun Yen (Google review)

Need a little sweetness tonight? Head to K.T.Z Food to get your dessert craving fixed. This dessert house is a popular spot for a wide range of classic hot desserts like Peanut Butter Tong Shui, Black Sesame Tong Shui, or their refreshing cold desserts like Mango Loh, Ice Fruitti Loh, and more. They also serve Dim Sum to fill up your hungry tummy at late night!

Photo: Amy Yap (Google review)

Photo: シャトレーゼ大好き (Google review)

Location: 22, Jalan SS 2/63, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Operating hours: 12:30PM – 12AM

Status: Non-Halal

14. Mama Mee 夜宵食堂

mama mee klPhoto: @yexiaocanteen (Instagram)

If you love creamy tom yum Mama Mee, this is for you! Ye Xiao Canteen is most known for its signature rich and creamy Tom Yum Mama Mee with seafood or meatball options. You can also find other Thai and Western main and side dishes there like Duck Noodle Soup, Cream or Aglio Olio Pasta, Thai Style Baby Octopus, Ginger Salmon and more there. There are a few outlets of the restaurant that are open until late night so do check out the nearest one when you are hungry late night!

Photo: @jas_vow (Instagram)

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Status: Non-halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

Outlets available in: Setapak | SS2, PJ | Kepong Baru | Puchong | Cheras Taman Yulek

15. Chinatown Seng Kee

Photo: Vincent Tay (Google review)

Chinatown Seng Kee at Petaling Street is famous for their signature Claypot Lou Shu Fan served with loads of minced pork and an egg on top. It’s a comfort food that has been around for more than 20 years. Other than the Claypot dish, their Stir Fried Intestine is also a perfect order for your supper. 

Photo: Chongjung Zheng  (Google review)

Photo: Albert LimCC  (Google review)

Location: 52, Jalan Sultan, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 4PM – 12AM

Status: Non-Halal

16. Fatty Bak Kut Teh & Fish Head

Photo: Lawrence Phuah (Google review)

The name itself tells you what you should get at the restaurant- a hot bowl Bak Kut Teh and their famous Steamed Fish Head dish. Bak Kut Teh is one of the most comforting dishes you can get and you will really want to try having them at late night to warm your body. The bowl of herbal soup at this restaurant is served with tender pork belly, innards and their special juicy pork balls. The Steamed Fish is also a must-order with flesh that falls off the bone and melt-in-your-mouth texture.

Photo: Fattu Bak Kut Teh & Fish Head

Photo: Boon Leong Tan (Google review)

Location: 4 ½, 5, Batu, Jln Klang Lama, 58100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 4PM – 1AM

Status: Non-Halal

17. Wang Ah Wah

Photo: hsin (Google review)

Located at the lively street, Jalan Alor, Wang Ah Wah is a famous spot for BBQ Chicken Wings in KL. The extra smokey flavour and thoroughly marinated chicken is what earns this spot the reputation of being one of the best supper spots in the city. They serve other Cantonese-Chinese dishes too like Salted Egg Fried Sotong, Hokkien Mee, Char Lo Shee Fun, and more. 

Photo: Sam Chen (Google review)

Photo: Stella Tan (Google review)

Location: No 1, Jln Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 4PM – 2AM

Status: Non-halal

18. Peng Hwa Restaurant

Photo: Kiaos Tan

This restaurant is where you go for a simple bowl of Teow-Chew porridge for supper. Choose from a variety of side dishes like Braised Intestine, Fried Fish, Pickled Veggie, Yam Pork Belly and more that are perfect for a warm Chinese meal.

Photo: Janice Tan (Google review)

Photo: Xander Loh (Google review)

Location: 19a, Jln Klang Lama, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 4:30PM – 12AM (Monday) ; 4:30PM – 2AM (Tuesday-Sunday)

Status: Non-Halal

19. Oho Mookata

Photo: Ceg Lee (Google review)

Indulge in hot Thai mookata and a variety of Thai dishes at OHO Mookata & Bar. This supper spot has a huge open-air seating area and also private rooms that are all decorated beautifully, making it a nice place for photo opportunities too. It offers a lively ambience with live band performances, perfect for a chill night out.

Photo: Wai Siong (Google review)

Photo: Lee Rong Zhao (Google review)

Location: G1, Ground Floor, Wisma Trax, Jalan Chan Sow Lin, 1, Jalan Lima, Chan Sow Lin, 55200 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 4PM – 4AM

Status: Non-halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

20. Hallaway Foodhall @rooftop13

A night bar and food heaven operating past midnight, Hallway Foodhall is where you can enjoy supper with friends at the rooftop. Outdoor seatings are available with beautiful night view and live band performing, while their indoor seatings offer a comfortable supper dining experience. You can find Korean, Thai, Chinese and more variety of cuisines here to fix your supper cravings. A great gathering spot with friends!

Photo: Sue Chang (Google review)

Photo: Siew Ling L (Google review)

Location: Wisma Trax, Level 13, No.1, Jalan Lima, Chan Sow Lin, 55200 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: (DAILY) 4PM – 3AM

Status: Non-halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

Get Your Supper Craving Fixed Later!

Whether you are reading this during daytime or at night, save this list just in case you need your supper later! Enjoy, foodies!

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