One of the food that you should have when you are in Hong Kong, is the roasted meat such as roast duck, crispy pork and BBQ pork.
Kam’s roast goose is a 1 michelin star restaurant in Hong Kong. As the name suggest, the restaurant is known for their roast goose. They do serve other roasted meat but if you come here then you will want to have their roast goose.
The roast goose can be ordered on its own in half (HK$270) or whole (HK$520). It can also be ordered with rice and noodle.
I ordered the roast goose leg with noodle in soup 甘牌燒鵝髀瀨粉 (HK$95). The noodle is not the typical thin egg noodle or ho fun, instead it is lai fun (round rice noodle) which is a thick and almost clear. The texture is smiliar to al dente spaghetti.
You can also pair the roast goose with suckling pig on rice 燒鵝乳豬飯 (HK$82) or any other common roast meat. This combination is definetely one classy roast combo rice. Suckling pig is one of the most expensive roast meat and nor is it commonly found on a typical menu.
Kam’s Roast Goose 甘牌燒鵝
G/F, Po Wah Commercial Center,
226 Hennessy Road,