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Siu Shun Village Cuisine (Kowloon Bay)

Siu Shun Village Cuisine (Kowloon Bay)

[Zhaoqing and Shunde cuisine]

[Kowloon Bay]

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Address: Shop 6 7/F MegaBox, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon
Tel: 2798 9738
Website: www.siushun.com
Opening hours: 11:00-16:30 and 18:00-23:00 Monday to Saturday
09:30-16:30 and 18:00-23:30 on Sunday and public holidays
Average spending per person: $51 - $150 or above

(Last updated: 3/7/2012)

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As its name suggests, Siu Shun Village Cuisine specializes in Zhaoqing and Shunde dishes. Attractions include river fish such as trevally, big head fish and alligator snapping turtle. Northern and southern dim sums are served during the lunch session at affordable price, making it an attractive restaurant always packed with customers.



Kowloon Bay Station

Exit closest to destination

● Exit C

Wheelchair-friendly exit

● Exit C (passenger lift)

B. Bus
Bus Routes
KMB 15A*, 215X*, 224M*, 297*
KMB/First Bus 641*
KMB/Citybus 606*

* The above KMB routes provide low-floor bus service

Comments on accessible facilities:

To go to MegaBox from the MTR Kowloon Bay Station, wheelchair users must pass through Telford Plaza 1 and move down the footbridge with stairlift for Sheung Yee Road before they can access MegaBox via Wang Chiu Road. Due to the complicated and time-consuming process, we suggest to take a bus. Due to the absence of ramped access at the Plaza’s main entrance and busy traffic flow, extra caution should be exercised. MegaBox provides passenger lifts to all levels as well as disabled washrooms, but the restaurant’s tables and chairs are too close to one another.

Disabled Washroom:

7th floor of MegaBox

Attractions Nearby:


MegaBox is a new shopping mall with large shops. Passages within the mall are wide. Hong Kong’s first international standard skating rink and IMAX theatre are found here. Jusco opened its branch here in 2010.
(Also read: Pages 36-38 of the Barrier-Free Travel Guide 2011-12)

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