Popular 24 Hour Restaurants in Hong Kong

Even though Hong Kong is Hong Kong is also well known for its delicious cuisine, with restaurants ranging from high end luxury to the cheapest of budget eats. Although Hong Kong is a bustling city in China, there are not a lot of restaurants that are open 24 hours a day. But now, many restaurants have to raise their cooking to perfection to compete and where in the HK food scene is survival of the fittest and only the best restaurants survive. Below is a list of best 24 hours restaurants in Hong Kong where you get some late night eats.

1. Ichiban(一番)


Ichiban serves the best bowl of ramen noodles in Hong Kong, and it is the only overseas branch of this consistently crammed Japanese chain, Like the canteen ramen restaurants that inspired it, Ichiban remains true to its 1960s roots with self service ordering and individual booth seating. The constant queue that snake outside the door shouldn’t put you off, turn over is quick and it’s testament to the quality of the ramen in side.

Address: 12/F, Macau Yat Yuen Centre, 525 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay

Chinese Address: 銅鑼灣軒尼詩道525號澳門逸園中心12樓

Phone: 2890 7580

Price: $151-$300

2. Tsui Wah(翠华餐厅)

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This is a classic restaurant in Hong Kong. alongside the usual pork and rice and broth based noodle dishes you’ll find classic Hong Kong and western mash ups like toasted sandwiches laced with peanut butter or chicken pasta with scallions. The food isn’t gourmet but it is good and the prices are reasonable. There are branches of Tsui Wah all over Hong Kong, both the Canon Street and Jaffe Road branch in Causeway Bay and the Wellington Street branch in Central are 24 hours.

1. Address: G/F, 493-495 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay

Chinese Address: 銅鑼灣謝斐道493-495號地下

Phone: 852 2892 2633 /2834 2438

Price: Below $40

2. Address: 77-78 Parkes Street, Jordan

Chinese Address: 佐敦白加士街77-83號

Phone: 2384 8388

Price: $41-$100

3. Sun Hang Yuen 新香園(堅記)


Sham Shui Po is one of favorite places in HK with they’re best local eats and they’re cultural facade. The beef & egg sandwich in this restaurant is very popular. There is always a short line up  A lot of people enjoy their pork knuckle with noodles which is very tender and falls apart easily, The beef brisket was tender enough but still preserved that chewy texture where you actually feel like you’re eating a large piece of meat. When you come here, expect lots of people and a large crowd. It may be not the most comfortable dining place, but you can still have a try because the food is very delicious.

Address: G/F, 38 Kweilin Street, Sham Shui Po

Chinese Address:深水埗桂林街38號A地下

Phone: +852 2386 2748

Price: Below $40

4. The Flying Pan


This restaurant is not the healthiest or classiest in Hong Kong, but nevertheless hits the spot perfectly whenever you need it. It open 24 hours a day, The Flying Pan has evolved into a weekend walk of shame for many expats, but for others it is joyfully reminiscent of home. So it is also many people’s perfect dining place in HongKong.

Address: G/F, 9 Old Bailey Street, SOHO, Central

Chinese Address:中環蘇豪奧卑利街9號地下

Phone: 852-2140 6333

Price: $41-$100


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