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New York is known around the world as the city that never sleeps, but Hong Kong is close behind it in terms of round-the-clock eating, drinking and making merry. The day and night-long culinary culture is world-renowned, and when you go to Tsim Sha Tsui, you are never short of options for a feed, no matter when you turn up. One of the standout restaurants in the area is Late Night Diner – a late night diner, you’ll be amazed to read – where they dole out Japanese delicacies to the punters of Hong Kong from their location on Hau Fook Street. Take the Metro to Tsim Sha Tsui for a Japanese meal to remember, regardless of whether you’re bright and early or darkening their door in the wee small hours.
The waiters of this restaurant are impolite, unprofessional, with fair food and environment, I will not recommend to others and not visit again for sure.