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Go Inside is a brand name with no little recognition all over Hong Kong, and they’ve built themselves a reputation for superb cooking and service that is well-known. Their food is Western-orientated, with influences from Italy, Spain, Australia and beyond, and when you head over to Go Inside Kitchen in the Selwyn Factory Building on Kwun Tong Road, you’re sure to find something to take your fancy. They’re accessed by Kwun Tong MTR, which is just down the street, so take a trip out and experience the best in hospitality and cooking in Kwun Tong.
The waiters are very nice and friendly. They are efficient to prepare your dishes. They know how to promote the restaurant,they gave us coupon for the next meals.
The traditions of cooking in Hong Kong are numerous, from the myriad of authentic Chinese and Cantonese restaurants that dot the city, to sushi and sashimi joints and Korean barbecue places, but for those wanting a taste of the Western lifestyle, Go Inside Kitchen is a name that stands above others. Whether you want an Australian-style sirloin steak, a Spanish Iberico Pork rack, an Italian pasta or something completely different, they can offer it at Go Inside on Kwun Tong Road in, well, Kwun Tong.
Take a seat at Go Inside Kitchen and make your choice from their Western-style dishes. That might be a set menu – there’s a Western Hemisphere special, with Caribbean fish to start and US Angus rib-eye or Canadian cod to follow – or something from the a la carte menu, such as their Norwegian salmon, their Italian spaghetti or fettucine or their German pork knuckle. Kwun Tong is the area (and the MTR stop) and the Selwyn Factory Building on Kwun Tong Road is the address, so book a table and head on over.