Euro Go Go Shop 23, Level 9, Langham Place, Mong Kok 2626 0660 Other branches throughout Kowloon and NT www.eurogogo.com Grub: Fast food chain-store-style European food at low prices. Assuming you don't expect Michelin-starred quality, and you won't be disappointed. Vibe: Very casual, and most customers are young. But as fast food outlets go, this is unexpectedly comfortable. Who to bring: Friends, for a cheap and cheerful bite. If your parents or date don't mind such a low-key setting, go for it. What's hot: There really is a lot of great food on offer, and you'll struggle to know when to stop ordering. A great starter is cheese garlic bread and the carrot cream soup with puff pastry lid. The crispy lid is delicious, but quite heavy, and very filling if you have a small appetite. Some of the snacks are excellent. The baked honey chicken wings are better than any other fast food chain. The chicken skin is sweet and crispy, while the meat inside stays smooth. The mashed potato is great, particularly the version with sweetcorn. There is a wide range of pasta choices. The sole filet with spinach cream sauce penne rigate, and the chilli spaghetti with seafood and cream herb sauce are the top recommendations. The spinach cream in the former perfectly complements the delicate fish, while chilli sauce greatly enhances the taste of the seafood in the latter. You might not have space for dessert, so make a point of returning for tea some time. The creme brulee and banana waffle are especially tasty. What's not: Although it is a chain, there is an inexplicable lack of branches on Hong Kong Island. Drinks are comparatively expensive, and despite the reasonably priced lunch and tea sets, there are no sets at night, making dinner seem very pricy. Cost: For HK$70, you can try a wide range of dishes and leave feeling extremely satisfied.