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There are restaurants of all stripes to be found in Hong Kong, and the diversity of the dining scene is one of its strength. If you fancy some Cantonese dim sum, then roll out the trolley, and if you feel like a sushi, then roll out the, well, rolls. If your tastes lie to the West, then make a move to Go Inside inside the Fortune Metropolis in Hung Hom, for a feast that is for the whole family to enjoy. Their menu takes in a range of Western influences, from Italian-style risottos and angel hair pasta to Spanish Iberico Pork and steaks from Australia and America alike. They’re easily accessed – you needn’t step outside the Fortune Metropolis when you leave Hung Hom MTR station – and when you’re there you can take your fill of as many Western favourites as your waistband can cope with. Book a table now to ensure your seat is reserved before you go inside at Go Inside.
It’s my first time dining at Go Inside. The staff are indeed normal than normal， though they are obliged to use hands and gestures to communicate. The whole process from leading to the table， placing the order， checking bills were all smooth. Very good thing is that they have a table mat sheet so customers can indicate their wants of salt， sugar etc and even the cooking preference for steak ! And I like the shop’s names， both Chinese and English are good - easy to remember， poetic.
Felt they cannot cope with full occupant. Need to wait for a long time for dishes, discrepancy in the dish size and ingredient already sold out at 7pm