Bibo is part of Le Comptoir group, the sophisticates behind openings such as The Ocean, Umi, and Tri. This Sheung Wan venue was one of its first in their portfolio of restaurants to open in Hong Kong, and it carries all the signature characteristics of the group’s eventual follow-ups, where money seems to be no object. The space, which looks out onto Cat Street and Ladder Street, is beautifully decorated (in this case with some pretty priceless and impressive modern art pieces, from Jean-Michel Basquiat to Kaws); it’s buzzy; and it’s expensive. In contrast to its surroundings, Bibo offers fairly classic French cuisine, with an emphasis on premium ingredients such as Hokkaido scallop, Brittany blue lobster or Miyazaki wagyu beef, presented in numerous artful ways. Located along historic Hollywood Road, just diagonally across the street from tourist magnet Man Mo Temple, Bibo is a reliable spot always for a quick drink before dinner; a no-fuss yet reliable business lunch; or even Sunday brunch with free-flow champagne.