1 Michelin star restaurant: 1 Michelin star for 9 consecutive years since 2013
Best roast goose in Hong Kong: tender and juicy roast goose with crispy skin
Kam’s Roast Goose earned its well-deserved Michelin star within just four months of opening its doors, and awarded the Michelin star for 9 consecutive years in a row.
With the secret recipes passed down through generations from the renowned Yung Kee restaurant, their roasted goose is truly a masterpiece. Impeccably prepared, the goose boasts a perfectly crispy skin that encases tender, flavourful meat. Each bite is a burst of mouth-watering goodness that will leave you craving for more.
Whether you’re a local food enthusiast or a curious traveller, Kam’s Roast Goose is a must-visit destination that promises to deliver an unforgettable dining experience.
Kam’s Roast Goose: Review & Photos
We highly recommend the roast goose, which is definitely the highlight of our dining experience. We ordered roast goose (half), lai fun with vegetables, and lo mein with goose oil and vegetables.
I recently had the opportunity to try the roasted goose (half portion) at Kam’s Roast Goose and it was absolutely mouth-watering! The goose looked so attractive as it arrived at the table, and it was still warm when I tasted it. The skin was incredibly crispy and the meat was mostly tender and juicy!
Although there was a slight greasy texture in some parts, it was still the best roasted goose I have ever had. Definitely recommended!
After having a few pieces of roasted goose, I always feel the need for something less greasy, so I ordered a bowl of rice noodle soup (lai fun). The rice noodles had a smooth texture and the quality was similar to what you would find at a typical BBQ shop.
The mixed noodle (lo mein) dish was rather average. The noodles itself didn’t stand out much, lacking any special qualities. The flavour was a bit mild, and there was even a slight lack of goose oil. My recommendation would be to stick with the rice noodle soup (lai fun) instead!
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