I find front-loading my food helps a lot. If I eat heavier early in the day, I am less hungry at night. Breakfast is by far the biggest meal I consume all day, after I work out in the morning (which means I tend to eat it around 9-10 AM).
Learning to do this was hard, because I kept going "But if I blow all my food in the morning, what will I do if I get hungry at night?!" I had to reassure myself that if I was REALLY HUNGRY I could eat something at ten PM. Remembering that: 1. if I eat more in the early day, I am less hungry at night and 2. if I am REALLY HUNGRY I can still eat something at night has really helped me.
I do let myself eat something though--a small salad of leftover chicken or turkey and a cup, a cup and a half of greens (and maybe a little olive oil) if I am REALLY HUNGRY though. Or sometimes I will eat a handful of nuts. I think it's important to reassure myself that I am not "not allowed to eat". If I am "not allowed to eat", I WILL EAT.