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Hong Kong’s Tastiest Late Night Bites

Whether you’re finishing a long shift at work, or stumbling around in search of a post-tipple feast, late night hunger pangs are no laughing matter. Forget fast food junk (take your nuggets elsewhere Ronald), we’re talking about seriously delicious grub around the clock. From Korean fried chicken to Eggs Benedict, and everything in between, you’ll never go hungry again with these tasty options.

Yakisoba Fried Noodles Amazake Restaurant Hong Kong


Raising the bar of late night feasts, Japanese hangout Amazake provides entertainment alongside its late night menu on Fridays and Saturdays. From 10.30pm, the restaurant floor transforms into a gaming paradise where Beer Pong and Sake Pong take place – complete with the necessary drinks and forfeits of course. It’s perfect, then, that celebratory (or consilatory) egg-topped Amazake Sliders ($88), Amazake Roll ($140), and Kagoshima  Wagyu  Beef  with  Egg  Yolk ($180) are ready the taking from 11.30pm onwards.

Opening times: Mon – Wed (12-2.30pm; 6pm – 10.30pm), Thurs – Fri, (12-2.30pm; 6pm – 3am); Fri – Sat, (6pm – 3am)
AmazakeShop A, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central, (+852) 2537 7787

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Chicken Hof & Soju

There are few things in the world as satisfying as fried chicken, so all hail Chicken Hof & Soju – the Korean chicken joint which is open until the early hours at three different locations across Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Fill your table with sharing portions of fried chicken, spicy chicken, kimchee pancakes, Hite beers – and a starter or two if you’re feeling particularly ravenous. Hovering at around $150 per head, this is delicious, bargain Korean cuisine at its very finest.

Opening times: To Kwa Wan, (12 noon – 2am daily); TST, (2pm – 5am daily); Wan Chai, (12 noon – 5am daily)
Chicken Hof & Soju, To Kwa Wan, Tsim Sha Tsui, Wan Chai, (+852) 2176 2598

Masala Train

If you like your food with a bit of a kick, the you will love new Indian takeaway joint Masala Train. Tucked away on the corner of Wan Chai MTR Exit A1, this delicious little haven boasts a selection of mouthwatering homemade curries, keema rolls, sides, and guilt-free desserts with zero sugar that will keep you – and your wallet – extremely satisfied. The best thing about this tasty gem, apart from the incredibly reasonable prices (a Chicken Tikka Masala with rice and salad will only set you back $58) is the fact that every dish is high in protein and fibre and contains no artificial sweeteners or excess salt or MSG which we usually associate with Indian cuisine. Essentially, this is one of the healthiest, most satisfying, and most generously priced late night snacks you will find in Wan Chai – and it’s only walking distance from all the bars! If you don’t fancy a big meal, then the devilishly good Samosas and Falafel with mint dip make a filling snack at a bargain $30 each, while those with a sweet tooth will likely enjoy a pot of the heavenly Gajar Halwa (Carrot Pudding) or creamy Kheer (Rice Pudding) which cost a mere $25 each. Whatever you select from the colourful menu, make sure to pick up a cup of sweet and spicy Masala Chai while you’re there – it’s seriously good!

Opening times: Mon – Thurs, (11.30am to 9.30pm); Fri – Sat, (11.30am – 1am)
Masala Train, G/F, Yue On Building, 146 – 148 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, (+852) 2415 3000

Under Bridge Spicy Crab Restaurant Hong Kong

Under Bridge Spicy Crab

For a local seafood experience, under cover of darkness, take a seat at Under Bridge Spicy Crab. Tucked under the Canal Road Flyover, this spacious venue is a no-frills affair, with all eyes on the fresh seafood being whipped up in the kitchen. The famous Under Bridge Spicy Crab (pictured right) is an absolute must – and famous for a reason. Checking in at around $150 per head, it’s near impossible to resist ordering the entire menu. Just make sure you welcome the Beef Noodles to your table and bury your face in Deep Fried Squid with Chilli, Garlic, and Salt too.

Opening times: 6pm – 6am daily
Under Bridge Spicy CrabG/F – 3/F, Ascot Mansion, 421 – 425 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, (+852) 2893 1289


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Ciao Chow

If you find yourself longing for some late night Italian in Lan Kwai Fong, strut straight past the kebab shops and take a seat at chic Italian cafeteria, Ciao Chow. Serving up mouthwatering pizzas, antipasti dishes, and drinks until 2am throughout the week and 4am on Friday and Saturday, never again will you wake up with the lingering regret of a Big Pizza slice (hallelujah!).

Opening times: Sun – Thurs, (12 noon – 2am); Fri – Sat, (12 noon – 4am)
Ciao Chow, G/F, California Tower, 30 – 32 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, (+852) 2344 0005

Burger Circus

Think strawberry milkshakes, candy stripes, and bow ties, and you’ve got Burger Circus in a nutshell. Taking the biscuit as Hong Kong’s most charming American diner, this tasty late night spot, located oh-so-conveniently between Soho, Lan Kwai Fong, and Wyndham Street, serves up irresistible burgers until 3am between Thursday and Saturday. Whether you stick to safety with The Circus Classic ($88), crank up the heat with The Flame Swallower ($88), or tempt a night of bad, cheese-induced dreams with The Magician’s Maytag Blue ($95), your tummy definitely won’t be rumbling after a trip to this 1950s-inspired, vintage gem.

Don’t miss: 12 chicken wings and 2 beers for $98 every Tuesday

Opening times: Sun – Wed, (11am – 11pm); Thurs – Sat, (11am – 3am)
Burger Circus22 Hollywood Road, Central, (+852) 2878 7787

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Eggs Benedict The Flying Pan Hong Kong 24 Hour Breakfast Restaurant

The Flying Pan

Well, it wouldn’t be a late night guide without the king of all-day breakfast, The Flying Pan (pictured above). This American diner-style restaurant has two branches nestled in the heart of Hong Kong’s two biggest party districts, Wan Chai and Central, so you can expect a tipsy diner or two as the hours pass by. The Classic Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($39) is a strong contender at all hours, as is the bargain build-it-yourself egg option. Sweet-toothed? The menu boasts more pancakes than you can shake your fork at …

Opening times: 24 hours, 7 days a week
The Flying Pan Central, 9 Old Bailey Street, Central, (+852) 2140 6333
The Flying Pan Wan Chai, 1/F, David House, 37 -39 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, (+852) 2528 9997

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The clue is in the name guys – this place is totally delicious. Dishing up the best calamari in Hong Kong, Deliciousland welcomes hungry punters through the door 24 hours a day, to tuck into a mouth watering selection of fried ricenoodles, and calamari – and for just $40 to $80 a piece! Throw a couple of supersize Tsing Tao beers into the mix and you’ve got yourself one truly delicious party. Earning the rank of Causeway Bay’s best kept secret, just promise to keep this one on the down low – okay?

Opening times: 24 hours
Deliciousland426 – 430 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay, (+852) 2893 9795 / (+852) 2234 0234

Pad Thai Wan Chai Thai Hut Hong Kong
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Thai Hut

Dice with spice and enjoy late night entertainment courtesy of Wan Chai partygoers at Thai Hut (pictured above). Alternatively opt for takeout and tuck in at home – after all, the Wan Chai roadside doesn’t offer the most idyllic dining experience let’s be honest. Regardless of your seating choice, you can bag yourself a sizeable curry with your choice of meat for around $50. The creamy Paneng Curry is on point, as is the Pad Thai. If you’re looking for something lighter, take your pick of classic Thai snacks including satay skewers and spring rolls for around $20.

Opening times: 12 noon – 6am
Thai HutShop 3, G/F, Wan Chai Central Building, 87 – 91 Luard Road, Wan Chai, (+852) 2866 8528

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Hot pot your way to late night happiness at Changwon – one of the oldest restaurants in Kowloon’s Korea Town. If you’re looking for a relaxed atmosphere with room to stretch your legs, Changwon isn’t your spot. If, however, you’re on the hunt for a hands-on Korean cooking experience in a compact space, then look no further. Meat platters, fresh seafood, and veggie selections (all the Korean BBQ regulars) are yours to throw on your personal grill and cook to your liking. Plus, you’re welcome to bring your own tipples along for the ride, with a corkage fee of $50 per bottle. Cheers!

Opening times: 12 noon – 5am
Changwon, Shop G, 1 Kimberley Street, Tsim Sha Tsui, (+852) 2368 4606

Tsui Wah 24 hour restaurant hong kong

Tsui Wah

As far as convenience goes, it’s hard to beat the original Cha Chaa Teng restaurant, Tsui Wah. With 31 branches across the city, many of which are open around the clock, this nostalgic chain continues to pull in the late night crowds 50 years on. From noodles to sandwiches, and pasta to curry, the eclectic menu is sure to keep all members of the midnight feast club content – as is the average price tag of $50 to $60 per dish.

Opening times: 24 hours
Tsui Wahlocations vary


Put down your fork and step away from the pot noodles – there’s no reason why a late night meal can’t be done in style! Tucked away on Lyndhurst Terrace, TokyoLima is one of the few top quality restaurants in the heart of central to stay open late every night of the week. Inspired by Japan’s famous izakayas, where locals eat and drink well into the early hours, the restaurant offers a wide variety of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, also known as Nikkei cuisine, which includes dishes such as Futomaki ($100), Beef Cheek Adobo ($260), and Chicken Yakitori ($120). Whether you’re looking for just a quick snack or a full-blown meal, these guys promises to help you heal the rumbles.

Opening times: Restaurant, Mon – Sun, (6pm – 12 midnight); Bar, Sun – Thurs, (5pm – 1am), Fri – Sat. (5pm – 2am)
TokyoLimaG/F, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, (+852) 2811 1152

Knutsford Steak Chop & Oyster Bar

Sometimes the need for food just becomes too much and a substantial bar snack is enough to make you swoon with happiness – especially if you’re four margaritas deep on Knutsford Terrace. Hop upstairs to Knutsford Steak Chop & Oyster Bar for gastro pub classics including Buffalo Chicken Wings ($92), Dover Bay Fish & Chips ($108), Double Decker Nachos Mexicana ($108), and Jumbo Onion Ring Fritters($72) until closing every day. We’re not promising the best value for money, but the hunger hole will be filled.

Opening times: Mon – Thu, (4pm – 2.30am); Fri – Sat, (4pm – 3.30am); Sun, (4pm – 2am)
Knutsford Steak Chop & Oyster Bar, 15 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui, (+852) 2316 2381

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