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Reviewed December 27, 2019

Seven of us went to this place based on a recommendation from a colleague. We visited a couple of wednesdays before Christmas to celebrate the year. It was not a normal choice for a work celebration but was definitely the right choice. Up the escalators...in the cooked food market (which is not difficult to find) and you enter a reasonable sized floor with lots of tables with plastic seats, some draped with an Italian style paper tablecloth. A few restaurant/kitchens line the outside of the floor. One of these is ABC. Take a table and order from the menu. The menu is limited but its good and the quality is excellent. Its BYOB although alcohol on menu as well and no corkage ! Service is very good - maybe I should see the service has character. Lively atmosphere. You need too shout at times to be heard. A table of (English) guys were reciting loudly the Twelve Days of Christmas next to us. Never got past five golden rings. Great night. Ideal place to take visitors too that want something different.More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed May 4, 2019 via mobile

in a cooked food market (a local food hall with outlets sharing the eating area) is this western restaurant started by some of the staff from a high end place that closed a few years ago (M at the Fringe). All the food was great...but especially the foie gras, the avocado roll, the belly pork and the lamb. Joe Lau runs the place and he is very friendly and has a great laugh with the customers. Take your own wine - very reasonable prices.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed April 17, 2019

This is an Italian inspired restaurant, it has a simple but good menu, the staff are very attentive and the prices reasonable, but not cheap. It's situated in a cooked food market, very Hong Kong with water bottles everywhere and old chairs and table under...the bright lights - but it has a special charm and they made an effort with the checked table cloths You can bring your own wine but we bought ours their for a very good price. The portions are decent and food very good, the flavors were fresh and some dishes surprisingly sophisticated. I had not been before and was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the food and service - good old fashioned deserts . I shall definitely go back!More

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed March 22, 2019 via mobile

I’ve been to this place many many times, with different people, sometimes friends and family, sometimes guests from overseas. They all liked it. It’s not just about the food. The people are nice and service great. You can bring your own and drink everybody to...hilarity. The environment is unique. It’s inside a wet market, sharing a hall with delicacies from east and west, north and south. I think the wonderful fix of smells and people and laughters is what brings me back again and again.More

Date of visit: March 2019
Reviewed September 28, 2018 via mobile

This place lets you bring your own booze! Tucked in one corner of a (air conditioned) food center - it’s got a raucous atmosphere. But the food is honest and lovingly prepared and the service is great. We liked the beef cheeks and suckling pig...the best. But basically everything we tried was quite tasty.More

Date of visit: September 2018
Reviewed September 26, 2018 via mobile

ABC Kitchen locates in the wet market, not fancy at all but comfortable and warm. Oyster is fresh and big from France which costs $45 each! Steak is perfectly flavoured, juicy and tender, simply and delicious! Creek brûlée is normal but worth to order for...lady who crave for dessert.More

Date of visit: September 2018
Reviewed June 30, 2018 via mobile

Son and I went there for dinner. Its a small foodhall with a few restuarants. We had suckling pig and gnocchi (hong kong style). Pig was lovely served on mashed potatoes and apple gravy. Gnocchi was mashed potatoes rolled into balls and fried with veges....It was actually quite tasty. Sangria for drinks. Good feed. Will go back to try other placesMore

Date of visit: June 2018
Reviewed May 31, 2018

It's an excellent place if you want to have good western food - Spanish Roasted piglet, foie gras, etc cooked to a high western hotel restaurant standard, because the chef was reputedly from the old Hilton Hotel of Hong Kong. At the same time, you...can bring your own wine BYO with no corkage fee. The operator really know what they are doing as they provide you with the right selection of wine glasses for red, white and bubbles. They provide ice buckets too. Since eating out in HK restaurants can be an expensive outing, this place provides a good value alternatives. But beware, the surrounding is very basic, as it is in a market after all, but it certainly add another charm, with the red and white checked table cloth to boot.More

Date of visit: May 2018
Reviewed April 26, 2018 via mobile

Just around the corner from the Ibis Sheung Wan and Central is a mix of eateries under the 1 roof. Popular with locals, food is excellent and staff are a scream. Great night always.

Date of visit: April 2018
Reviewed February 10, 2018 via mobile

We love to surprise our friends (locals and visitors) with this quirky surprise find located in Sheung Wan food market. The place is very casual, noisy and you are sitting amongst diners that are enjoying meals from Indian, Thai and other concessions. But this is...no ordinary food court. ABC serves delicious international fare at very reasonable prices. You can bring your own beverages (no corkage) and the staff is happy to serve - glasses, ice bucket, etc. Food is great. Highlights for starts are the clams, the fois gras and the bisque. All the mains are deelish but their roast pork is legendary. Can’t go wrong with the desserts, though pavlova and lemon soufflé are outstanding. We always are treated with friendly service, but you need to be prepared for a bit of chaos, which makes it all the more memorable!More

Date of visit: February 2018
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