Hong Kong may be world famous for its dim sum, but it's also a heavyweight in the siu mei (Chinese BBQ) department. All those seasoned and roasted birds dangling by roadside windows? You guessed right - all Chinese BBQ. We think that Yung Kee Restaurant, a reasonably-priced 2010 Michelin Star winner, is one of the best places in the city for what many believe to be the grandest roast of them all - the goose. With four floors full of famished foodies, Yung Kee is a must-visit dining destination for the discerning Trabblr.
Cooked in an oven until the meat is tender and the skin crispy, and then sliced and served with plum sauce, BBQ goose is such a delight to eat because of the variety of flavors and textures in each bite. In addition to siu mei, Yung Kee also makes its patrons salivate with its stuffed crab claws, beef fried noodles, and deep fried prawns.
Please note that the waiters are known to (strongly) suggest more expensive dishes so just hold your ground if you know what you want!
Meeting point: At the restaurant. It's a five minute walk from MTR Central station.
Leaders, Yung Kee is open from 11am to 11:30pm every day.