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Hung Shing Temple
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62 Johnston Rd · interesting places nearby
The Pawn has relaunched in the same handsome block that used to house a century-old pawn shop. The menu, designed by British star chef Tom Aikens, is as refreshing in its take on classics like fish pie as it is in its rendition of modern British cuisine – halibut with skin seared paper-thin is paired with slow-cooked octopus and dried sakura shrimp.
You'll see the original facade of Woo Cheong Pawn Shop (和昌大押) at the corner of Johnston Rd and Tai Wong St East. You can reach the Pawn via an elevator on Tai Wong St East.