Time Out says
New iteration of the classic Hong Kong restaurant, now with extra European grandeur
Originally Hong Kong’s first revolving eatery that opened in Mong Kok in the 1960s, Junon returned after decades and found a new home in Wan Chai. The restaurant is spruced in the classiest European interiors found in the city, with glass chandeliers, pale yellow table lamps, and even a glass ceiling decorated with the image of the Roman goddess Juno. A thoroughly romantic setting, the food is up to scratch too – but fair warning, it comes with a hefty price tag.