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Cornwall Café

Cornwall Café

[Coffee Shop/Cafe]

[Kowloon Tong]

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G/F Cornwall Street Squash and Table Tennis Centre, Kowloon Tong
Tel: 2304 5011/2304 5044
Website: www.yang.org.hk/e/default_home.asp
Opening hours:

12:30-20:30 Monday to Thursday and Saturday
12:30-21:00 on Friday
09:00-19:00 on Sunday:
10:00-18:00 on public holidays

Average spending per person: Less than $50

(Last updated: 3/7/2012)

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Cornwall Café is one of the innovative services of the Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service. It aims to provide the disabled with employment and internship opportunities, they will be trained to meet market requirements so they can work in the society. Besides eat-in service, tailor-made catering is also provided for birthday parties, gatherings, wedding banquets or cocktail parties.



Kowloon Tong Station

Exit closest exit to destination

● Exit C1

Wheelchair-friendly entry/exit

● Exit C2 (ramped access and passenger lift)

B. Bus
Bus Routes
KMB 2B*, 2F*, 86C*

* The above KMB routes provide low-floor bus service

Comments on accessible facilities:

Wheelchair users may take the passenger lift at Exit C1 of MTR Kowloon Tong Station to the UG2 floor of Festival Walk. When you reach the Cornwall Street Park, move along the slope next to it and you can see the Cornwall Street Squash and Table Tennis Centre. Wheelchair users should be careful as it is a rather long and inclined slope. Cornwall Café is situated on the ground floor of the Centre; it is wheelchair-friendly with movable chairs. A disabled washroom is available on the ground floor of the Centre.


     An inclined slope leads to the Cornwall Street Squash and Table Tennis Centre

Disabled Washroom:

Ground floor of Cornwall Street Squash and Table Tennis Centre

Attractions Nearby:

Cornwall Street Park

The Cornwall Street Park at the junction of Cornwall Street and Tat Chee Avenue is a good place for a holiday stroll or photography. Waterfalls and ponds are built with natural stream water from the nearby Siu Sai Wu, with pond side Jiangnan-style pavilions among all kinds of trees and blossomy flowers.

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