Looking for a late-night snack or meal and something to soak up the alcohol after a night out? Then check out our guide for the best late-night eats in Hong Kong! From local dim sum, to kebabs and the classic McDonald’s, these eateries which are open late to the early morning hours will surely satisfy your midnight cravings!
This infamous ramen eatery is known for its tonkatsu ramen. With over 80 branches worldwide this is definitely a reliable and consistent ramen joint that hits the spot. Whether you're there to sober yourself up with their soup or just looking for a midnight snack, Ichiran is the spot to be for a hot steaming bowl of ramen.
Founded in the 1990s by Joseph Assaf, this Lebanese restaurant has been a favorite late-night spot for kebabs, shawarma, hummus and savory pastries. Conveniently located on Lyndhurst Terrace in Central, it is the perfect pit stop before going home.
Beyrouth Bistro, Shop A, G/F, 39 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2480 5338, https://www.facebook.com/beyrouthbistro
This neighborhood restaurant is a favorite amongst locals due to its early opening hours: it opens at 3am and closes at 4pm every day. This tiny restaurant is generally always filled with a variety of people, from the older crowd sipping tea, university students pulling all-nighters to those trying to sober up after a night out. Sun Hing is the place where you will find classic Cantonese dishes like barbeque pork buns, custard tarts, curried tripe, and more.
Sun Hing Restaurant, 8 Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town, +852 2816 0616
Finished work late and looking for some beers and food? Chicken Hot & Soju is the place to be. Most of the menu is solely dedicated to fried chicken. Offering four different styles of chicken to devour, its most popular and highly recommended sweet and sticky chili sauce and sesame is a crowd favorite with the soy sauce chicken coming in second.
Chicken Hof & Soju, 84 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 2375 8080, https://www.instagram.com/leegachicken_hk/
Don't worry - there's no dog meat in these 'dog noodles'. The name is said to have been inspired by the noodle's shape. This popular street snack during the 50s and 60s was popular due its low cost and how filling it is. Take your noodle bowl game to the next level by topping it off with ingredients such as mushrooms, dried shrimp, garlic, or even preserved vegetables.
Block 18 Doggie's Noodle, 88 Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, +852 2563 8020
This is a crowd favorite no matter where you are in the world. The always reliable Mcdonald's is always a go-to. McDonald's has plenty of locations across the city, many of which are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Or why not try their 24-hour McDelivery? Our go-to order is a quarter pounder with cheese, fries and a side order of chicken nuggets and sweet and sour sauce. What's yours?
McDonald's, various locations across Hong Kong, https://mcdonalds.com.hk/en/find-a-restaurant/
Established in 1993, Ebeneezer's has been providing Halal Middle Eastern, Indian, and Western dishes across the city for years. Its menu consists of kebabs, pizzas and everything in between! With over 17 branches across Hong Kong, this establishment has made a name for itself amongst locals. Opening Hours do depend on location.
Ebeneezer's, various locations across Hong Kong, https://www.ebeneezers.com/
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