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Best 24-hour and late-night restaurants in Hong Kong

Here’s where to find delicious grub around the clock

Late night restaurant
By Time Out Hong Kong |
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Whether you’re stumbling around in search of a post-drinks feast after a 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 Kongyou’ll never go hungry again with these tasty options. Read on to discover the best 24-hour and late-night restaurants in Hong Kong. By Jenny Leung

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Hong Kong’s best late-night food and restaurants

Restaurants

The Flying Pan

icon-location-pin Wan Chai

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

Restaurants, Chinese

Block 18 Doggie's Noodle

icon-location-pin Sham Shui Po

With seven different locations around Hong Kong, Block 18 Doggie’s Noodles is well loved by locals. Open 24 hours, the eatery might have a lacklustre shopfront but that does no justice to the amazing food offered inside. The noodles here are the star of the show, served in a rich, flavourful broth made from pork bones and other various ingredients. The glutinous noodles are soft and bouncy in every bite. We highly recommend trying the faux shark fin soup made with shredded duck meat, too. Daily 24 hours

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Restaurants, Ramen

Ichiran

icon-location-pin Causeway Bay

Nothing can sober you up quite like a hot bowl of noodles. Come Friday night (or early Saturday morning), you’ll find waves of restless partygoers lining up outside Ichiran waiting for their fix of slurpy ramen goodness. In case you’ve never been, Ichiran is a Japanese ramen restaurant specialising in tonkotsu ramen. With individual booths for each customer, you can customise and choose everything from noodle texture to additional sides or toppings. Fair warning though, if you do decide to indulge in a midnight feast at Ichiran, be prepared to queue. Daily 24 hours

Restaurants, Chinese

Sun Hing Restaurant《新興食家》

icon-location-pin Kennedy Town

For stomach-filling dim sum that’s not only delicious but also dirt cheap, Sun Hing is your answer. This humble little dim sum joint is made for night owls thanks to its 3am opening hours. Unlike most restaurants, customers don’t get to just pick and choose off the menu. Instead, the dim sum here comes fresh out of the steamer; servers will go to each table asking if there are any takers once the food’s ready. The leftovers are then stacked together on a side table, where customers can later go back to take what they want to eat. Once you’ve had a taste of Sun Hing’s famous custard buns, you’ll be going back for more. Daily 3am-4pm

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Restaurants

Mini Bangkok

icon-location-pin Kowloon City

Tucked away in Kowloon City where some of the city’s best Thai restaurants can be found, Mini Bangkok is an ever-crowded Thai restaurant that offers a large menu of mouthwatering dishes such as spicy tom yum soup, creamy seafood green curry and a wide variety satay skewers. Once you’ve fueled up, round off your meal with a gorgeous mango sticky rice pudding, and holy coconuts, your rumbles are healed. Daily 11.30am-1.30am

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Dalin Pocha

icon-location-pin Tsim Sha Tsui

All hail the Korean king of fried chicken! There are fewer things in the world more satisfying than tucking into fried chicken – especially in the middle of the night. Fill your table at Dalin Pocha with generous portions of fried chicken, cheesy grilled ribs, bibimbap and kimchi pancakes. If you’re feeling particularly ravenous, look no further than the restaurant’s signature dish: the 88cm-tall jumbo yakitori, a giant skewer of various meats and veggies that hangs from the ceiling at your table. Dalin Pocha also has plenty of post-chicken tipples on offer, including beer, rice wine and soju that comes in a literal fruit bowl. Daily 12pm-3am 

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Restaurants

2DP

icon-location-pin Tsim Sha Tsui

What if we told you there’s a place where you can fully satisfy your sweet tooth, completely guilt-free? The team at 2DP are experts at whipping up gorgeous dishes that not only taste as good as they look, but are also healthy, too. That includes everything from traditional Chinese desserts to delicious, low-cal sweet treats. Apart from desserts, 2DP has a range of savoury vegetarian dishes that are just as popular. Crowd favourites include the barley risotto served in a hollowed-out pumpkin, orzo with creamy spinach and the cheese fondue with charcoal bread blocks. Sun-Thu 12pm-12am, Fri-Sat 12pm-12.30am

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