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Yat Tung Heen (Jordan)

Yat Tung Heen (Jordan)

[Cantonese cuisine (Guangdong)]

[Jordan]

Barrier-free Index+(★*0.5)

Address: B2 Eaton Hotel Hong Kong, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon
Tel: 2710 1093
Opening hours: 11:00-16:00 and 18:00-23:00 Monday to Saturday
09:00-16:00 and 18:00-23:00 on Sunday and public holidays
Average spending per person: $101 - $150 or above
(Last updated: 3/7/2012)

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Introduction:

Yat Tung Heen is an elegant and contemporary restaurant in Eaton Hotel Hong Kong well-known for traditional Cantonese dishes including dim sum, double boiled soup and seafood. All kinds of northern and southern dim sum are offered in the lunch session.

 

Transportation:

A. MTR
Jordan Station

Exit closest to destination

● Exit B1

Wheelchair-friendly exit

● Exit B2(stairlift)

B. Bus
 
Bus Routes
KMB

1*, 1A*, 2*, 3C*, 6*, 7*, 9*, 35A*, 36B*, 41A*, 46*, 60X*, 63X*, 68X*, 69X*,

81*, 81C*, 87D*, 95*, 203, 203E*, 208*, 230X, 234X*, 270A*, 271*, 281A*

First Bus 970, 970X, 971

* The above KMB routes provide low-floor bus service

Comments on accessible facilities:

As a step exists at the main entrance of Eaton Hotel Hong Kong, the passenger lift at the pick-up/drop-off area at the Pak Hoi Street entrance should be taken. The height of restaurant’s table and chairs suits the wheelchair users. All chairs are movable and a disabled washroom is available inside the restaurant.

 

     Pick-up/drop-off area at Eaton Hotel Hong Kong’s Pak Hoi Street entrance

Disabled Washroom:

Yat Tung Heen

Attractions Nearby:

Temple Street

Temple Street is named after the Tin Hau Temple nearby. The street is a night market rich in local characteristics. Rows of cheap goods stalls pack the street, such as physiognomists, professional chess players, Chinese opera performers, Cantonese and Western songs singers. Cantonese opera enthusiasts may gather for impromptu performance. The stalls operate from 4pm to 12am every day, the busiest hours begin as the night falls.

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