ABC Kitchen

Restaurant Queen Street Cooked Food Market 1 Queen St Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, China Published on: 12-08-2016

12:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Restaurant
A-la-carte
32.24 - 51.58 USD

ABC Kitchen is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
ABC Kitchen serves classy European food. It is not just a restaurant, this is a place where people can have a fix of good quality western food without feeling robbed.

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Why ABC Kitchen is special ?

ABC Kitchen is full of surprises – the tables are set with red and white checkered tablecloths, reminiscent of a French bistro, but don’t expect it to be fine dining, you’ll be eating away right in the middle of the busy Sheung Wan marketplace! And shh! This secret spot is for the pork lovers out there – the suckling pig at ABC Kitchen is absolutely amazing, so be sure to give this place a try!


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Must try dishes:


The Provencal fish stew


The Pan-fried foie gras


The Porcini soufflé


The Seared sea bass


The Pan-roasted pigeon.


The Lamb shank


The Roasted suckling pig


The Lemon meringue tart,


The Pavlova


The Mille feuille with passion fruit custard.

Selling points

  • Excellent quality in a bargain venue
  • Delicious, excellent service and unique experience!
  • Gourmet food in modest surroundings
  • Western food in true Hong Kong style!
  • Great food and best service in town

Facilities

  • Main cuisine Western
  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget Medium
  • Alcohol YES
  • Air condition YES
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian YES
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Duration
1.0 day
Estimated
42.74 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
10 places

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Queen Street Cooked Food Market 1 Queen St Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, China

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Tips for you

  • Best to reserve for weekends.
    Timming
  • Being inside a wet market there is no need to dress up.
    What to wear
  • Just make sure to call ahead, as they’re wildly popular and book up quick.
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  • You can bring your own alcohol, but their selection is pretty good and not overpriced.
    Experience
  • You can give is go with a group of friends and order a plate of everything - then you get the sample it all
    Experience
  • Its not the type of place for a romantic evening or someone wanting a bit of peace.
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  • It's a buzzing atmosphere and perfect for groups of 4 or more.
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Reviews

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Interesting "food market" concept, but food in this particular restaurant is overpriced by HK (or Italian) measures compared to its quality.

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Roast suckling pork was horrible. All bone and fat, zero meat. AVOID!

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My first (and probably last) experience at ABC Kitchen:http://www.razlan.net/2011/10/abc-kitchen/

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Have the suckling pig, don't even think about anything else. It is amazing!

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Try the Lamb Chops

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I generally have low expectations of western food in a food centre. Usually, it is some wannabes and the quality of food is super mediocre. When my friend suggested coming here, i just went a long without no expectations. No research done earlier and have never heard of this place.Mind you, this is NOT a restaurant. This is a place where you want to have a fix of good quality western food without feeling robbed. There is NO ambience. Just trying to have good food at reasonable.The quality is far beyond my expecations. We had the1. Caesar Salad (HK$38) - portions are generous, the greens could have been fresher.2. Salmon Benedict (HK$58) - yummy3. Crispy pork knuckle (HK$148) - to die forI am not a fan of food centers. But I would come here again for the food. Clearly the chefs have learnt quite a lot from the former masters working at M on the Bund. Excellent value.But I will not hang around for chit-chat. Come with a bunch of friends who care for food more than ambience.How to get here :Taking the tram or bus (4 or 4X) is the most accessible.

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Yes - the wet market feel is a little bit suspect, but trust me - this place is great. The service is excellent and the food is stunning. I've been a few times and never know what to order - because evereything is delicious.The best tip u can give is go with a group of friends and order a plate of everything - then you get the sample it all. (Quite a few people do this, so they are good at staggering the order to bring out a plate at a time) That said the suckling pig is dreeeeeaaaammmyy! Also - the pavolva is amazing - If you want it order early as they often run out.You can bring your own alcohol, but their selection is pretty good and not overpriced.Fab place to take friends for a relaxed, but excellent meal. Enjoy!

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A great place for friends to meet up that allows you to bring your own bottle without corkage charge and experience great food. Almost half the customers will go for the roast pork because it is really good. The oysters from Ireland, Australia and France are fresh and a bargain, great for sharing. Mushroom souffle is not always on the menu but should be tried if you get a chance. Best part is dessert, they have one of Hong Kong's best pavlova and souffle lovers won't be disappointed by their range of souffles. Being inside a wet market there is no need to dress up. Its not the type of place for a romantic evening or someone wanting a bit of peace. Best to reserve for weekends.

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I generally have low expectations of western food in a food centre. Usually, it is some wannabes and the quality of food is super mediocre. When my friend suggested coming here, i just went a long without no expectations. No research done earlier and have never heard of this place. Mind you, this is NOT a restaurant. This is a place where you want to have a fix of good quality western food without feeling robbed. There is NO ambience. Just trying to have good food at reasonable. The quality is far beyond my expecations. We had the 1. Caesar Salad (HK$38) - portions are generous, the greens could have been fresher. 2. Salmon Benedict (HK$58) - yummy 3. Crispy pork knuckle (HK$148) - to die for I am not a fan of food centers. But I would come here again for the food. Clearly the chefs have learnt quite a lot from the former masters working at M on the Bund. Excellent value. But I will not hang around for chit-chat. Come with a bunch of friends who care for food more than ambience. How to get here : Taking the tram or bus (4 or 4X) is the most accessible.

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Good value for French food. Still has one of the best suckling pig dish($168) in HK. Great service & can BYO. Pitcher of Sangria is only $138. Lunch specials are very cheap!! Highly recommended.

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