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Inspired by her time spent living in the Netherlands, the founder of Go Dutch aims to share her European experiences with Hong Kong’s food lovers. Found on the tenth floor of Dundas Square just steps from Yau Ma Tei station among the buzz of Mong Kok, this restaurant finds itself in the ideal spot for a gathering with friends or family over a cup of coffee and some European eats. Go Dutch Cafe provides a sophisticated dining space complete with leather seating and stunning light fixtures, as well as offering WiFi, printers and games for guests to enjoy. The food is more international than you might expect from a place called Go Dutch Cafe, but that’s a good thing – you can indulge in favourites French fries with bolognese sauce or a beef burger as well as Dutch snacks like bitterballen, frikandel and kaesesouffle. Book ahead and Go Dutch on Dundas Street!
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