If you walked by ABC Seafood in Chinatown you wouldn't think of trying to get something to eat there. The metal door is rolled down over the main entrance, and the take out entrance is blocked by a guy standing on a ladder, starting to apply a badly needed paint job to the exterior of the building. So why is there is large "Grand Opening" banner covering the street level ABC Seafood signage? Because the take out portion is indeed open for business. I don't know if this is ABC Seafood or a replacement, as the roof sign and one of the other street signs still proclaim ABC Seafood and there is nothing inside to identify the operation by name. The takeout area is barely open--a few bbq items hanging in the case, some fast food items in the steam tray, and there are covered metal containers full of dim sum with no menu on the wall or counter to indicate what exactly might be for sale. Perhaps things will clear up in a few days but there are a lot of unanswered questions right now.
ABC Seafood Restaurant
708 New High St, Los Angeles, CA 90012