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Kimberley Chinese Restaurant

Kimberley Chinese Restaurant

[Cantonese cuisine (Guangdong)]

[Tsim Sha Tsui]

Barrier-free Index+(★*0.5)

Address: Mezzanine Floor, Kimberley Hotel, 28 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Tel: 2369 8212
Website: www.kimberleyhotel.com.hk/chi_restaurant_tc.html
Opening hours: 11:00-15:00 and 18:00-23:00 Monday to Friday
10:00-16:00 and 18:00-23:00 on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
Average Average spending per person: $151 or above
(Last updated: 3/7/2012)

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Kimberley Chinese Restaurant is on the hotel’s mezzanine floor.Advanced order must be made for its signature dish roasted suckling pig with pea sprouts. Endemic dishes and various dim sums offered in the lunch session are just as delicious, not to mention the hospitable services.




Tsim Sha Tsui/

East Tsim Sha Tsui Station

Exit closest to the destination ● Exit B2

Wheelchair-friendly exit

● Exit N1 (passenger lift)
● Exit A1 (stairlift)

B. Bus
Bus Routes

1*, 1A*, 2C*, 6*, 7*, 13X*, 26*, 35A*, 41A*, 81C*, 87D*, 98D*, 208*,

219X*, 224X*, 230X*, 234X*, 237A, 242X, 252B, 259B, 259C, 260B,

260X*, 261B, 268B*, 269B*, 271*, 281A*, 296D*

* The above KMB routes provide low-floor bus service

Comments on accessible facilities:

Some sections of the road from Exit N1 of East Tsim Sha Tsui Station to the Kimberley Hotel are relatively narrow and inclined. Kimberley Chinese Restaurant can be accessed by using the passenger lifts provided in The Kimberly Hotel. The restaurant has wide aisles, movable tables and chairs of suitable height. A disabled toilet cubicle is provided in the men’s and ladies’ washrooms on the 1st floor, but they are behind a number of smoke lobby doors.


     The Kimberley Hotel provides ramped access for wheelchair users

Disabled Washroom:

Mezzanine floor of the Kimberley Hotel

Attractions Nearby:

Hong Kong Science Museum

Hong Kong Science Museum is a science-themed museum. It is one of the museums under the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and has the greatest annual average number of visitors. The 4-storey museum has 15 galleries exhibiting about 500 items, most of them allow visitors’ interaction.
(Also read: Pages 14-17 of the Barrier-Free Travel Guide 2011-12)

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