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By Andrea Lo | September 12th, 2015

Looking for some nocturnal noms? These after-hour hot spots should cure those late-night cravings.

Hor Hor Deem

Run by three hardworking ladies, Hor Hor Deem (可可店) was a Kennedy Town mainstay long before all those trendy eateries invaded the neighborhood. Here you’ll find staples like beef ho fun, and spam and egg noodles, as well as cheung fun served with chili sauce and peanut butter. Open until 3am, Hor Hor Deem has no English sign, but you’ll hear the crowds and smell the food.
136-142 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, 2818-3658.

Tsui Wah

It might be a tad cliche, but Tsui Wah is one of those places where you’re guaranteed a bowl of hot, steaming noodles or fragrant curry rice anytime, day or night. It’s not five-star, that’s for sure, but at least it’s reliable.
84-86 Des Voeux Road Central, 2815 3000.

Tsiu Wah. Photo: Razlan/Flickr via Creative Commons 2.0
Tsiu Wah will get you through the night. Photo: Razlan/Flickr via Creative Commons 2.0

Sharkie’s Snacks

This small stall just off LKF offers up classic Hong Kong street foods after hours, when you need them the most. Churning out the likes of curry fishballs, lo mein and siu mai, there’s absolutely nothing fancy about this spot—but it sure as hell satisfies those late-night cravings.
Shop C, G/F, Wo On Building, 8-12 Wo On Lane, Central, 2530-3232.

Amazake

Located in a building that also houses three nightclubs, Amazake caters to the pre- and post-party crowd with Japanese dishes like ramen, gyozas and fried chicken. You know what to do: wash it all down with some sake.
G/F, On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central, 2537-7787.

Wah Lap

Tai Po’s venerable cha chaan teng Wah Lap offers up exquisitely made curry beef briskets, dumplings and pineapple buns—all good foods to stuff your face with in the early hours should you ever in a million years find yourself in Tai Po.
48 Po Leung Street, Tai Po, 2656-8788.