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Din Tai Fung (Causeway Bay)

Din Tai Fung (Causeway Bay)

[Beijing cuisine, Sichuan cuisine and Shanghai cuisine]

[Causeway Bay]

Barrier-free Index+(★*0.5)

Address: Shop 3-9 68 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: 3160 8998
Website: www.dintaifung.com.hk
Opening hours: 11:30 - 22:00 Monday to Sunday
Average spending per person:$101-150
(Last updated: 3/7/2012)

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Introduction:

Like all branches, steamer bun is the most popular food in the Causeway Bay branch. Guidance is provided on its consumption besides hospitable service. Apart from the world-renowned steamer bun, Taiwanese Dan Dan stirred noodles and fried rice with shrimps and egg are also offered.

 

Transportation:

A. MTR
Causeway Bay Station

Exit closest to destination

● Exit E

Wheelchair-friendly exit

● Exit D1 (Passenger lift)

B. Bus
 
Bus Routes
KMB 108*, 968*
First Bus 23A, 25, 63
Citybus 5B, 8X , 10, 11, 25A, 25C, 26, 76, 969
KMB/First Bus 914*

* The above KMB routes provide low-floor bus service

Comments on accessible facilities:

Ramped access is provided at the building’s Irving Street entrance, but be careful when crossing the road due to the lack of sophisticated crossing facility at the junction of Pennington Street and Irving Street. The Causeway Bay branch is larger than the Tsim Sha Tsui branch. A disabled washroom is provided on the 3rd floor of the building. The washroom is locked, please notify the staff to unlock it when use.

 

     Exit on Irving Street

Disabled Washroom:

3rd floor of the building at 68 Yee Wo Street.

Attractions Nearby:

Hong Kong Central Library

Hong Kong Central Library is a 12-storey building with an area of 9,400 square meters. Being the hub of Hong Kong’s public libraries, it provides extensive library facilities and comprehensive reference and information services. The archway at the centre of the facade symbolizes the opened gateway to knowledge. The geometric graphics all have different meanings: the circle signifies the sky, the square signifies the earth and the triangle signifies the accumulation of knowledge.

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