Bangkok used to be limited to noodle and rice soup shops late at night. Tipsy club goers would end their night by eating khao tom, a rice soup known for helping hangovers, and at places like the long running Pochana 55, the crowd of slurpers at 3 a.m. is legendary. Same goes for Took Lae Dee, Bangkok's 24 hour cheap food counter inside of Foodland. However, there are now a whole slew of newer and fancier 24 hour diners and cafes that dot the city; spots like 25 Degrees in the Pullman G Hotel on Silom which features gourmet burgers, pancakes with maple syrup, and creative omelets along with breakfast burritos for those who feel the need in the wee hours. If Chinese is your forte, Hong Teong Long stays open until 4 a.m. and does the best dumplings in town. More chic decor and a wide selection of desserts to go with the free WiFi can be found at the new Too Fast To Sleep Cafe as well as over at the strangely named 24 Owls by Sometimes. And if you make it over to the old city area by 2 a.m. you can feast on Bangkok's most famed pad kee mao "drunkards' noodles," served at the famous hole in the wall Jay Fai restaurant. Also worth a visit are the steaming bowls of ramen at Ramen Tei, of which the Thaniya branch serves until 2a.m. One thing is guaranteed, you won't get lost looking for a place to hang out after hours.