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A Historic landmark comes with delectable cuisines of the worldto tickle your senses

The Cuisine

Qi - House of Sichuan
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Trattoria Kagawa by MiharaG/F, Ship Street

Mihara has sourced meticulously from the rich harvest of his home prefecture – more than 80% of ingredients hail from Kagawa – as well as found inspiration for his creative dishes. The East-West serendipity is revealed in a menu spanning appetisers and small bites, teppanyaki, pasta and risotto, meat mains and desserts.

The Pawn
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Woo Cheong Tea House1/F & 2/F, Johnston Road

Following an extensive three-month renovation, Wan Chai’s century-old Woo Cheong Pawn Shop is set to reopen as the first high-end Cantonese restaurant managed by Classified Group. Situated within the historic four-storey tenement building, Woo Cheong Tea House boasts a philosophy of “innovating with tradition” that duly celebrates Wan Chai’s status as a meeting point of old and new cultures.

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Crust ItalianG/F, Johnston Rd

Crust Italian is opening up at the historic Woo Cheong Pawn Shop. Rather than just another spot for pizzas and pastas, the new all-day pasticceria will be serving a tasty selection of buttery, flaky pastries — enjoyed with a caffee sospeso, ‘suspended coffee’, served standing up as they do in the cobblestones streets of Italia — and authentic Neapolitan street snacks that nod towards the Campania region.

Five Guys
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Five GuysG/F, Johnston Road

Five Guys has been a Washington, DC area favorite since 1986 when Jerry and Janie Murrell offered sage advice to the four young Murrell brothers: “Start a business or go to college.”
Now, 30 years after Five Guys first opened, there are almost 1,500 locations worldwide and another 1,500 units in development. Five Guys continues to receive generous media attention and has grown a cult-like following around the world.

Qi - House of Sichuan
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Qi - House of Sichuan2/F, Ship Street

Helmed by one of the top Sichuan Chef in Hong Kong, Chef Wong Chun Fai, the restaurant has been awarded One Michelin Star since 2016 in the Hong Kong and Macau Michelin Guide. The authentic Sichuan dishes here reflect the “seven flavours of Sichuan”. Not for the faint-hearted, be prepared to experience a wide spectrum of spiciness as the house serves up explosive flavours from the Sichuan canon.

RUAM
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RUAM1/F, Ship Street

Ruam, is a vibrant-casual Thai garden bar and eatery set above Hong Kong’s bustling ship street. The welcoming venue serves up Thai market favourites and innovative cocktails via a spirited bar, lush expansive terrace and intimate indoor dining area. The name, pronounced roo-uhm, is the Thai word for ‘gather’ and reflects Ruam’s welcoming environment and buzzing atmosphere.

Tenzushi
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Tenzushi2/F, Ship Street

Tenzushi is known for its modern interpretation of Japanese fine dining. Tenzushiʼs team consistently surprises even our regular guests with delightful innovations. With minimalist décor and modest crockery, they keep chefsʼ craft and creativity under the spotlight, providing our guests a true omakase experience in a private and intimate setting.

Five Guys
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22 ShipsG/F, Ship Street

22 Ships is a “no reservations, no service charge” tapas bar which offers rustic yet refined Spanish fare in a buzzy, relaxed setting. The tapas bar now features a range of traditional yet modern multi-regional tapas, together with a dynamic drink menu focusing on Spanish wines, sangrias and classic street-social style drinks, including choices of brandy, sherry and vermouth paired with home-made sodas and culinary style ingredients like strawberry & tarragon.

Five Guys
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WOW CHARSIUG/F, Ship Street

WOW Charsiu is serving a qualified char siu in giant paper tubs between multiple layers of veggie-speckled rice, delighting patrons with thick-cut cubes of tender pork with each bite. It creates one of life's greatest pleasures - an unbeatable combination of succulent fatty cuts of perfectly charred barbecue pork dripping in a sticky-sweet giaze on top of fluffy rice.

Zoë
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ZoëG/F, Ship Street

Since 2002, Zoë always exploring and improving creations to bring more deliciousness and joy to fellow cake lovers. In our explorations, we just keep discovering new, sophisticated and luscious combinations of inspirational flavours and exciting textures! The result? Over 50 types of fine, handmade pâtisseries to stimulate your senses.

Pacific Cigar Divan
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The Harbour Divan by PCCG/F, Ship Street

The Harbour Divan by PCC is situated in the heart of the fine dining district of Ship Street, Wanchai. Occupying a floor area of 1,200sqf inside a 3-storey Heritage Building which is also a part of Wan Chai Heritage Trail, this divan offers a relaxing environment where cigar connoisseurs can enjoy their cigars, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

The History

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About J Senses

Nestled in the heart of Wanchai, J Senses is a unique dining and lifestyle complex where history is honoured and modernity is embraced. The dazzling new landmark of Wanchai is developed by K. Wah Real Estates with a focus on conservation and revitalisation of historical buildings. This one-of-a-kind project preserves the beauty of the heritage and injects new life in it for adaptive reuse. Four Chinese-style pre-war tenement houses on 60A-66 Johnston Road and 18 Ship Street, where used to house the well-known Woo Cheong Pawn Shop, the Hong Kong Yu Clansman Association and Hop Yuen Construction Company, are conserved and integrated into a cosmopolitan hot spot.
Historical features of the buildings, such as the French windows, the inscribed Chinese names of Woo Cheong Pawn Shop and the Hong Kong Yu Clansman Assoclation on the façade, are gracefully preserved, whereas the verandahs facing Johnston Road are incorporated to enhance the overall structural integrity of the complex. With the historic and the contemporary blend harmoniously together, the result is a living heritage capturing both the spirit of Wanchai's ever-changing cityscape and of modern living.

Find Us

J Senses

Address

60 Johnston Road & Ship Street Wan Chai, Hong Kong (Wan Chai MTR Exit B)

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