> Tam’s Yunnan Noodle*
* (It is the Sham Shui Po branch which the Michelin Guide includes, Wong Tai Sin branch is listed here instead because there is a wheelchair-unfriendly step at the Sham Shui Po branch’s entrance)
Address: Shop S31, 3/F Wong Tai Sin Shopping Centre, 103 Ching Tak Street, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon
Tel: 2320 4533
Opening hours: 11:00 - 22:30 Monday to Sunday
Average spending per person: Less than $50
(Last updated: 3/7/2012)
The rice noodle expert opened its first shop in 1996 and has opened many branches throughout Hong Kong and Kowloon. Customers can choose their own ingredients, soup and spiciness. The Tam’s emphasizes on quality instead of choice. Popular food include the famous rice noodles and baked chicken wings with black sesame.
||Wong Tai Sin Station||
Exit closest to destination
● Exit D3
● Exit D1 (Lift)
2F*, 3C*, 38*, 42C*, 61X*, 62X, 70X*, 74A*, 75X*, 80*, 84M*, 85C*,
89*, 89B*, 113*, 258D*, 259D*, 268C*, 269C*
* The above KMB routes provide low-floor bus service
Comments on accessible facilities:
A lift is provided at Exit D of MTR Wong Tai Sin Station since late 2001. To go to Tam’s Yunnan Noodle, you should first take the lift in the station concourse to the ground floor, then follow the signs along the way to Wong Tai Sin Shopping Centre’s wheelchair-friendly entrance. Like other rice noodle shops, the Tam’s is relatively small with closely packed seats. The large number of customers make it even more difficult for wheelchairs.
3rd floor of Wong Tai Sin Shopping Centre
Wong Tai Sin Temple
The original name of Wong Tai Sin Temple is the Red Pine Master Wong Tai Sin Temple or Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple. It worships gods of three main religions: the famous Southern China Taoist monk who lived in the Eastern Jin Dynasty, the Confucian god Confucius and Taoist god Guanyin. The Temple has been listed as a Grade 2 historic building. The newly built Yuenchen Hall (entrance fee charged) is a mixture of traditional Taoist features and contemporary art.
(Also read: Pages 6-9 of the Barrier-Free Travel Guide 2011-12)