Have you ever wanted to eat some heartwarming comfort food at the end of a night out? Fortunately, Hong Kong’s food scene is bustling even through the late hours. There are plenty of options for a midnight snack, so read on to discover Hong Kong’s best late night food spots.

After enjoying a night out on the town, a satisfying end to your evening usually calls for some food before heading home. Filling up on some comfort food is important for settling your stomach, and helps to avoid that dreaded morning after hangover. No matter where you are, Hong Kong offers a diverse range of late night food spots you can enjoy. While many usually flock to Central’s Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) district, we have gathered the best late-night eateries all across Hong Kong. The next time you and your friends are wondering where to eat late at night, read our guide for our recommendations.


Ciao Chow

A warm pizza is a well-loved after hours comfort food you can never go wrong with. Head over to Ciao Chow if you end your night in LKF. Popular since its opening, Ciao Chow brings you comfort food with their famous pizzas and other delicious Italian dishes. Open until 4am on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2am during weekdays, Ciao Chow is perfect for night owls who are looking for a very late night supper. Amidst their expansive menu of carb-heavy choices, there are options for when your sweet tooth kicks in- dive into their thick custard pudding or a chocolate tart. Make sure to try out their signature Carbonara pizza, it will leave you coming back for more.

Address: G/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central

Open From: Sun-Wed: 11am-12am; Thurs-Sat: 11am-2am

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Up 9 

Offering Nepalese cuisine, Up 9 serves top quality momos (Nepalese dumplings) and Pani puri. Deeply loved by many in Hong Kong, Up 9 is always a go-to spot for some comfort food at any hour. Although located in the heart of LKF, Up 9 requires a bit of hunting to locate, but once you find it, you will most certainly revisit their signature Pani puri and chilli momos. If spice is not to your taste, Up 9 offers a variety of dishes for all at an affordable price. The strong flavours of distinctive Nepalese spices are something you definitely want to try on your next night out. 

Address: 9/F Winner Building, 27-37 DÁguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central 

Open From: Mon-Sun 5pm-3am

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Wan Chai

Under Bridge Spicy Crab

Hong Kong offers some of the best spicy crab eateries you can find. Under Bridge Spicy Crab has been open for more than 20 years after starting out as a small-scale stall. It is now loved by many locals and tourists alike, popularised for their full menu of seafood and signature spicy crab. The menu is quite extensive with a variety of fresh seafood dishes, so you might want to try a little bit of everything. If you prefer milder flavours, they offer spice level options to fit your preferences. The business has expanded to three restaurants within walking distance of each other, so you will be able to easily find a table at any hour.

Address: G/F – 3/F, Ascot Mansion, 421-425 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai (click here for other locations)

Open From: Mon-Sun 12pm-6am

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Burger Joys

Your classic burger and fries joint, Burger Joys will satisfy your cravings immediately. Located in the heart of Wan Chai, Burger Joys serves a selection of burgers, finger food, and all-day breakfast that will leave you full and satisfied. If you are looking for a quick and filling bite to comfort your stomach, Burger Joys is the late night food spot for you. 

Address: Shop E, G/F, De Fenwick, 42-50 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

Open From: Mon-Sun 11am-6am 

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Prince Dragon Dim Sum

You can never go wrong with dim sum after a night out. Loved among locals, Prince Dragon Dim Sum serves authentic Hong Kong dishes at an affordable price. Take your time choosing from the array of dim sum available, you might want to try their Cha Siu (barbecue pork) filled Bo Lo Bau (pineapple bun), fresh shrimp dumplings, or even some mouth-watering spicy chicken feet. Each dish ranges from HK$20 to HK$40, so you can fill up on dim sum to your heart’s content, for a great value.

Address: G/F, 11 Lan Fong Road, Causeway Bay 

Open From: Mon-Sun 9am-10pm (Covid hours)

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Kennedy Town 

Sun Hing Restaurant 

Visited by many university students seeking a late night snack, Sun Hing Restaurant is the go-to dim sum place in the late hours. Located in the middle of Kennedy Town, it is the perfect choice after a night out at the Kennedy Town pier or in the middle of an all-nighter. Unlike traditional restaurant hours, Sun Hing opens at 3am, perfect for those working late at night. The restaurant has a self-serving selection of dim sum that you can serve yourself with. Their egg yolk custard buns are a must-try, along with the steamed lotus. 

Address: Shop C, G/F, 8 Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town, Western District

Open From: Mon-Sun: 3am-4pm

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Tsim Sha Tsui 


Warm, rich ramen broth is a well-loved cure all. Ichiran is famous for their authentic Japanese pork ramen, and is often bustling with night owls. The restaurant provides a unique ordering experience, allowing you to choose your ramen preferences, from noodle thickness, to broth spice level, to toppings. Ichiran is laid out with individual tables next to one another, making it the perfect spot to devour and enjoy your ramen without any concerns, regardless of the hour. 

Address: 8 Minden Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui (click here for other locations)

Open From: Mon-Sun 11am-11pm (Covid hours)

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Dalin Pocha 

Are you a Korean-Fried Chicken lover? Dalin Pocha is the king of Korean late night food. “Pocha”is a Korean open bar that serves alcoholic beverages as well as Korean comfort food. From Kimchi stew to fried rice and noodles, Dalin Pocha serves authentic Korean cuisine that will satisfy your cravings. Dalin Pocha offers generous portions and a variety of Korean alcoholic beverages, such as Soju, so you can even start your night there. They are well-known for their fried chicken menu, where you will find unique fried chicken options to enjoy with a glass of beer. If you are looking for a healthier option, order a beef bone marrow soup, popular in Korean culture as the “Hangover soup”. 

Address: 79 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui 

Open From: Mon-Sun 12pm-3am 

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