Stepping foot into The Pawn is like entering into a part of Hong Kong’s history – an experience that is stylish, eclectic, cultural, and full of character.?Following an extensive two-month renovation, The Pawn has re-opened under the culinary direction of Michelin-starred British chef Tom Aikens. The new look is both sleek and cozy, with earthy tones and colorful accents that add depth.?The menu is both relaxed and sophisticated, with a modern British influence. Think brined pork belly, short ribs, shepherd’s pie, confit salmon, mixed in with homemade bread and charcuterie boards. This is a destination?for expats and locals alike, as well as a must see for tourists.