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More Late Night Noshing in Hong Kong

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Yesterday, I listed a number of late night nosheries. I realized that I had missed a few. Some of the following are only open late (defined as 2:00 AM or later) on the weekends. Others did not meet my criteria as unspecific as those criteria may have been. However, I received some feedback that indicates I may have erred on the side of exclusivity. What follows are the names of some additional venues that might appeal to your late night or early morning needs for something to satisfy your hunger, line your stomach, or just kill time until something exciting happens.

If you see “WE only” that means the establishment wimps out on week nights (Sunday – Thursday) and closes before 2:00 AM.

Agave Tequila Y Comida, Lan Kwai Fong and Wanchai, (Mexican food but primarily to accompany your drinks. Reasonable.)

Akita Rotayaki & Teppanyaki, Observatory Ct., Tsimshatsui, (Skip the sushi at 3:00 Am but the teppanyaki is outstanding. Very pricey)

Balalaika, Lan Kwai Fong, (Tried it for the first time recently for lunch. Great! Stomach filling/lining Russian food. Freezer for drinking vodka shots. Pricey.)

BB’s Bistro, Knutsford Terrace, (French country cuisine with lots of wines to choose from. Comfortable and pricey.)

Boca Tapas & Wine, SoHo, (Not just tapas but dim sum, satay and other snacky items. Reasonable.)

Cafe O, Central, WE only, (Pizzas and pastas and desserts. Very casual. Very reasonable.)

California, Lan Kwai Fong (Never figured out its appeal and popularity. Good burgers. Pedestrian California Cuisine. Pricey.)

Chedi Restaurant & Bar, SoHo, WE only (Very good Thai food, except maybe the curries. A little pricey.)

Coyote Bar & Grill, Wanchai, (To my knowledge, the first authentic Tex-Mex restaurant in Hong Kong. Familiarity breeds pretty good food. A little pricey.)

Divino Wine Bar, Central, (Italian with a twist. Incredible wine list. Very pricey)

Finds, Lan Kwai Fong (Features Nordic Cuisine which I always thought was an oxymoron. New and untested. Pricey.)

Havana Bar & Grill, SoHo, (Eclectic Caribbean cuisine. Great if you like charred stuff. Pricey.)

Hutong, Tsimshatsui, (Northern Chinese cooking at its finest and most expensive.)

Hyang Chon Korean Restaurant, Wanchai, (Helps here if you speak Korean and prefer your food spicy in the Korean style. Pricey.)

Knutsford Steak, Chop & Oyster Bar, Knutsford Terrace, (No, not New Orleans in spite of the decor. More like Chicago. My steak was disappointing. Pricey.)

La Bodega, Lan Kwai Fong, WE only (What can be better than tapas and sangria at 2:00 AM. Reasonable.)

Que Pasa Tequila Bar & Cantina, Observatory Ct., Tsimshatsui, (I guess tequila and late nights go together. Usual Mexican-Spanish fare. Pricey)

Red Bar & Restaurant, IFC Mall, Central, WE only, (For the terminally hip. California cuisine, whatever that means to you. Very, very pricey.)

Santa Fe American Brasserie, Observatory Ct., Tsimshatsui, (New to me but Santa Fe has some great restaurants. Very pricey.)

Scirrocco Mediterranean, SoHo, (Above Staunton’s. New place. Portuguese plus. Pricey.)

Shooters 52, Times Square, Causeway Bay, WE only, (One of my all time favorites. Great Prime Rib, spareribs and burgers. A little pricey.)

The Annexx, Lan Kwai Fong, WE only, (Hearty American food. Reasonable prices. What’s not to like?)

The Quarterdeck Club, Fleet Arcade, Wanchai, (Like Bulldog’s pub in Lan Kwai Fong? You’ll like this slightly upscale version. Used to be a McDonald’s, believe it or not. Reasonable.)