If you’ve ever been on a drunken rampage in Central or Wan Chai, you’re no stranger to The Flying Pan. Frittatas, pancakes, eggs Benedict – this place has more breakfast combos than you can shake your fork at. Opens 24 hours a day, seven days a week, this retro American diner is a definite go-to for tipsy patrons looking to sober up with the help of some good old greasy breakfast food with a milkshake on the side. Daily 24 hours
Whether you’re stumbling around in search of a post-drinks feast after a drunken night at a Hong Kong bar, or just feeling peckish in the middle of the night, late-night hunger pangs are no laughing matter. Thankfully, our city is home to a host of restaurants that offer seriously delicious grub around the clock. From late-night eggs benedict in Soho at joints like The Flying Pan to early-morning noodles in Tsim Sha Tsui to 3am dim sum at Sun Hing Restaurant Hong Kong, you’ll never go hungry again with these tasty options. Read on to discover the best 24-hour and late-night restaurants in Hong Kong.
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