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They may call New York the city that never sleeps, but Hong Kong can give it a decent run for their money in the twenty-four-hour partying stakes. The round-the-clock dining culture of the city is one its great strengths, and whatever the time of day, whatever the cuisine and wherever you are, you can be sure of picking up some superb food. A case in point is the Late Night Diner in Causeway Bay, where Japanese specialities like sushi and yakitori skewers are served up morning, noon and night, satisfying the demands of the hungry public of Hong Kong from its address in the Bartlock Centre on Yui Wa Street. Book your table now and head over by taking the Metro to Causeway Bay, right by the Happy Valley Racecourse and Hong Kong Stadium.
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