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Yat Tung Heen (Wan Chai)

Yat Tung Heen (Wan Chai)

[Cantonese cuisine (Guangdong)]

[Wan Chai]

Barrier-free Index+(★*0.5)

Address: 2/F Great Eagle Centre, 23 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Tel: 2878 1212
Opening hours: 11:00-16:00 and 18:00-23:00 Monday to Saturday
10:00-16:00 and 18:00-23:00 on Sunday
Average spending per person: $101 - $150 or above
(Last updated: 3/7/2012)

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The Wan Chai Yat Tung Heen serves traditional Cantonese cuisine including fresh seafood, abalones and shark fins. All kinds of dim sum are offered in the lunch session. It is appreciated for the comfortable surroundings and friendly service.



Wan Chai Station

Exit closest to destination

● Exit A4

Wheelchair-friendly exit

● Exit A4 (passenger lift)

B. Bus
Bus Routes
KMB 960*, 961*
First Bus 2A, 2X, 18, 18P, 720, 720A, 722
Citybus 25A, 25C, 40, 40M, 780, 788
KMB/First Bus 104*
KMB/Citybus 621*, 641*, 905*

* The above KMB routes provide low-floor bus service

Comments on accessible facilities:

Wheelchair users can directly reach Great Eagle Centre via the footbridge above the MTR Wan Chai Station, but should beware of the drainage groove on the way. Cargo lift is provided but it is always occupied.  Wheelchars users may contact the building attendant by phone for assistance. Wheelchairs users must be cautious as the lift passage on the 2nd floor is narrow. The spacious Yat Tung Heen provides wheelchair-friendly tables and chairs but no disabled washroom. A disabled washroom is available in Harbour Road Sports Centre.


     The Harbour Road Sports Centre next to the Great Eagle Centre.

Disabled Washroom:

Harbour Road Sports Centre (2nd floor)

Attractions Nearby:

Golden Bauhinia Square

The Golden Bauhinia Square lies outside the new wing of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The national flag and HKSAR flag are raised at 8am and lowered at 6pm here every day. At the centre of the Square is erected the Golden Bauhinia sculpture, it is a gift from the PRC Central government in commemoration of Hong Kong’s reunification with China. The Golden Bauhinia Square is a popular sightseeing spot which attracts many visitors every day.

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