Australia’s Top 24 Hour Restaurants
Can’t sleep? Still hungry? This article is for all those night-owls out there. You will find that there is no shortage of options to satisfy that growling stomach the next time you are up all night.
People of Victoria, be sure to bite into a mouth-watering tzatziki at Stalactites. As you enter, you will be pleasantly greeted with a taste of Greek flavours. The furniture is dipped in a rich, chocolate-brown coating and set against exposed brick interiors for an exaggeratedly homely ambience.
Insomniacs from New South Wales can sleep walk into Ye Chon and City Extra and order up a feast. Ye Chon will warm you through a hearty Korean BBQ while City Extra will treat you to a modern Australian meal of steak and fries.
Visitors and locals of Queensland can seek refuge in the multi-coloured interiors of Café 21 and Fat Boys Café. Take in these vibrant atmospheres as you munch on some pasta or pizza. The ambience of these quirky places will keep you alert and beady eyed.
Living in South Australia? Grab some grub at Café de Vili’s. A generous serving of schnitzel and burger doused in gravy is a suitable midnight feed for even the biggest appetites. Bakery on O’Connell street is also the pit-stop for all your pies, bread and cakes.
A hint of coffee grains scent the air at Dome in Western Australia. Order some Cannelloni or a steak at this twenty-four hour joint. If you still have the munchies, take a trip to Fast Eddy’s Café of lasagne and milkshakes.
Those in Tasmania are lucky enough to indulge in the lavish pastry lifestyle of Salamanca Bakehouse. Primarily housing sweets and cakes of all sorts, this bakery is a popular hang out on weekends. This place is also famous for its savoury chicken, scallop and beef pies.
Feel like Chinese at 3am? Sleepless nights in the Northern Territory can be enjoyed at Uncle Sams. Within its blue exterior, hungry visitors can slurp up some warm noodles or stir fry. Afterwards, you can also grab yourself some groceries to take home at Darwin’s 24-7 Superstore.
Have a bit of a sweet tooth? Pancake Parlour (VIC, ACT), Pancakes on the Rocks (NSW), Pancake Manor (QLD) and The Original Pancake Kitchen The Original Pancake Kitchen (SA) offers private booth seating and caters to all groups. For those who aren’t in the mood for sugar, there are also numerous savoury options of potato and cheese.
If you’re planning an all-nighter, these destinations provide an excellent hub for recuperation while the rest of the city snoozes.
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