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BV Kitchen in the Remmington Centre on Hung To Road in Kowloon is a premium burger joint, specialising in a range of mouth-watering and enormous burgers and other western cuisine. Hidden in the Remmington Centre, BV Kitchen’s façade is floor-to-ceiling windows, inviting diners in to grab a burger, a giant plate of risotto, or sample something off the specials menu, all served up beautifully in Hung To Road’s premier burger palace.
Easy to use. No need to waste time making phone call. Follow up call from restaurant to confirm booking. Nice surprise to have free-of-charge ice-cream!
Food is not tasty, only the drinks is good.I will go any more.
Services is good and nice. Food is also good. The food cool down quite fast due to the air conditioner. A little bit noisy because too much people.
BV Kitchen is an upmarket burger place making its name as the place to find inventive gourmet burgers in Kowloon. Diners can choose from epic burger events like the crispy foie gras Black Angus beef burger, an enormous homage to delicious chargrilled burgers done right. For those with an appetite, but less fancy tastes, BV Kitchen in the Remmington Centre also does excellent traditional cheese burgers, or a veggie option. If you drop by BV Kitchen less hungry, the team on Hung To Road also do great bar-style snacks like crispy sweet potato fries and calamari rings, which are ideal for a quick stop before hitting the shops.
The interior BV Kitchen is at once simple and super-kitsch. Here guests will find utilitarian tables and chairs surrounded by cute cartoon dragons and glitzy, light-up snowmen. BV Kitchen in Kowloon is the exception to a seemingly endless parade of beefier-than-thou burger places. There’s not a bit of that solemnity at BV Kitchen! Who said gourmet burger places always take themselves too seriously?