Posted March 11, 2015on:
Talk to anyone who’s been or planning to go to Hong Kong about what to eat there and invariably Yung Kee will be on their lists.
I guess you could say it’s an institution in Hong Kong’s culinary scene, being famous for its roast goose for more than half a century.
But standards drop and Yung Kee’s roast goose is unfortunately no longer the best in Hong Kong.
In fact, mention Yung Kee to any HK foodie and you’re more likely to get recommendations for many other roast goose places than a glowing one for Yung Kee.