DH loves to hang around in Wanchai because of the computer malls, he knows very well what’s good to eat in the neighbour better than me, like the egg tarts from Honolulu. He loves roast meat, and he told me about Kam’s and of course with it’s gigantic ad with the Michelin Star. We wanted to have dinner before we left, but they close quite early (I think around 9:30 pm), we returned the next day for lunch, our last day before we left Hong Kong.
If you know Yung Kee in Central, you know very well that the restaurant used to be very famous with their roast meat, especially their roast goose. Yung Kee belongs to the Kam family, after the founder, the father Kam Shui Fai passed away, the 2 sons fought to own the restaurant in the court, leading to the liquidation of the restaurant. Kam’s roast goose is founded by the 3rd generation of the elder son Kam Kwan Sing. 4 months after their opening, they obtained their 1 star Michelin. Note: Yung Kee nowadays has Bib Gourmand but no more stars.
They are selling around 80 - 100 geese each day.
We will like to try the small birds too, are they quails?
Look at that squid!
Kam’s roast goose - delicious, the meat was well proportioned with the right ratio and thin and fat meat. Husband usually likes duck more than goose, and he found it delicious
Fat farm roast pork Cha Siu- Originally we wanted to order suckling pig (since we had an average one in San Dao Kee a few days ago), unfortunately it was sold out. This cha siu turned out to be one of the best dish we ate on this trip. It was very fat, but the fat gave taste to this dish and it was heaven!
Mushroom vegetable noodle
DH “sneaked” into the kitchen and took this photo. (Naa, he asked, but they found him amusing)
This meal was an exciting delight, we will return for sure!
Kam’s Roast Goose
G/F Po Wah Commercial Centre
226 Hennessy Rd
Tel: 2520 1110
11:30am - 9:30pm