Hong Kong is no stranger to Continental cuisine, but ABC is in a league of its own. The "restaurant" is made up of a few stand-alone plastic chairs and tables scattered around Sheung Wan's wet market food court. Despite being sandwiched between a curry stall and Chiu Chow dumpling joint, ABC's owners remain loyal to their classic, European training (the manager and chef both hail from Hong Kong's once-iconic M at the Fringe restaurant), serving dishes such as roasted suckling
pig and handcrafted pizzas. If you want wine with your meal, ABC allows BYOB for no corkage fee.
Shop CF7, Food Market, 1 Queen St., Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, Hong Kong–China