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Dong Lai Shun

Dong Lai Shun

[Beijing cuisine]

[Tsim Sha Tsui]

Barrier-free Index+(★*0.5)

Address: B2 Floor, The Royal Garden, 69 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Tel: 2733 2020
Website: www.donglaishun.com
Opening hours: 11:30-15:00 and 18:00-23:00 Monday to Sunday
Average spending per person: $101 - $150 or above

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The hundred-year-old Dong Lai Shun is an old restaurant which is very well-known in Beijing. This is its only branch in Hong Kong. Dong Lai Shun is well-known for the authentic “Shuan Yang Rou” prepared with paper-thin slices of Inner Mongolian black-headed mutton, which stays tender after boiling for a long time. The condiment made with secret recipe adds to the flavor! A wide range of Huaiyang cuisine is also offered.




Tsim Sha Tsui/

East Tsim Sha Tsui Station

Exit closest to destination

● Exit P2

Wheelchair-friendly exit

● Exit P1 (passenger lift)

B. Bus
Bus Routes
KMB 5*, 5C*, 8*, 8A*, 13X*, 26*, 28*, 35A*, 41A*, 81C*, 87D*, 98D*, 208*, 215X*, 219X*, 224X*,234X*
Citybus 973
First Bus 796X
KMB/First Bus 110

* The above KMB routes provide low-floor bus service

Comments on accessible facilities:

It is easy and takes only 5 minutes to travel from Exit P1 of MTR Tsim Sha Tsui/East Tsim Sha Tsui Station. The Royal Garden provides passenger lifts serving B2 floor where a disabled washroom is available. Dong Lai Shun has wheelchair-friendly internal aisles, tables and chairs, but there is a step at the hotel’s entrance, caution is needed.



Disabled Washroom:

B2 floor of the Royal Garden

Attractions Nearby:

Avenue of Stars

The Avenue of Stars is located at the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade which links up the New World Centre and Hong Kong Museum of Art. It is designed to pay tribute to prominent figures of Hong Kong’s film industry, with the Hollywood Walk of Fame as the blueprint. Commemorative plaques names and hand imprints are arranged in chronological order. Here, visitors can admire the splendid nigltly program A Symphony of Lights staged at eight.
(Also read: Pages 14-17 of the Barrier-Free Travel Guide 2011-12)

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