Queen Street Cooked Food Market, 1/F, 38 Des Voeux Road West, Sheung Wan Tel: 9278 8227 Open: noon-2.30pm, 6.30pm-10pm (on Sundays, dinner only) Cuisine: European Price: about HK$300 without drinks or the service charge. Ambience: you'll be as surprised as our friends were when they saw this place for the first time - from the surroundings, they didn't expect fine European food. ABC Kitchen is in the cooked food centre of a wet market, set among shops dishing up dumplings, noodles and curry. ABC Kitchen is the only one there using tablecloths, and where BYO bottles of wine are on tables, rather than toilet paper for napkins. Pros: the savoury dishes. ABC Kitchen was opened by employees of M at the Fringe, which closed a few years ago. Many of that restaurant's famous dishes are on the menu, including the suckling pig and pavlova. Cons: the desserts. Sticky toffee pudding (HK$42) was too firm, not sticky enough and cold in the centre. Lemon delicious pudding (HK$42) wasn't lemony enough. Chocolate souffl?(HK$42) was very light but lacked chocolate intensity and was too sweet. Some of the savoury dishes could have used a little more salt. Recommended dishes: pan-fried frogs legs (HK$88) featured four meaty legs that had no hint of fishiness, served with burned butter, capers and lemon supremes. Roast suckling pig (HK$148), served with potatoes, baked plums and sliced almonds, was as good as the one at M at the Fringe, with soft meat and crunchy skin. The potato gnocchi (HK$128) were tender and light, and delicious with a sauce of porcini mushrooms and parmesan. One guest liked the beef Wellington so much that he ate it all before I could get a bite. What else? It serves weekday lunch specials priced from HK$38 to HK$58. ABC Kitchen stands for A Better Cooking Kitchen.