Mrs Pound | Hidden secret in Sheung Wan with flare

 

We tried Mrs Pound last week and were pleasantly surprised with not just the menu itself, but also the venue’s vibe.  The exterior doesn’t give anything away, not even a the name of the restaurant, but stepping through the sliding doors you are are hit with a hip, warm and inviting space. The foundation of this Asian street eats style menu is uniquely reflected across the interior decor, illustrating the character behind the cute novelty story. There are burlesque scents of a women’s attitude, oozing out of every corner, wall and ceiling of the room. I’m talking feather boas, classic vanity mirrors with exposed light bulbs, ballet shoes and trinkets.  Continue reading