The Pawn Hong Kong has recently re-opened its gates for British food lovers after a 3 months renovation where Tom Aikens was careful with every detail. Having a central location in Wan Chai, The Pawn Hong Kong has its name origins from an ex pawn shop that used to run in the same place. The building itself was built in the late 1900’s and this is why the traditional British interior mixes up so good with the walls inside. It gives you the feeling of a luxury London bar and restaurant with leather couches and Victorian wood tables.
Tom Aikens is famous for being rewarded with 2 Michelin stars at the early age of 26, always looking to improve his methods and culinary recipes in order to create the best taste. The Pawn Hong Kong can be proud of keeping the same architectural décor of the Wan Chai area without falling prey to urban modernism that destroys traditional buildings and local history. This British restaurant rises like a shiny star among other restaurants with its top floor where Tom Aikens has created a green farm where a complete range of herbs are grown to be used in the kitchen or bar. At the first floor guests can enjoy a British beer, whiskey or cocktail in the Bar 1908 while at the second floor, The Pawn Hong Kong offers them a casual British cuisine, a real luxurious culinary experience.