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.
- Wan Chai
Time Out says
New iteration of the classic Hong Kong restaurant, now with extra European grandeur
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