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10:00am - 09:00pm

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10:00am - 09:00pm

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Yat Lok’s roast goose is said to be a tourist trap but I really don’t mind traps if they taste as good as this.

The signature roast geese are marinated with a secret recipe and go through over 20 preparatory steps before being chargrilled to perfection. Such diligence leads to a hella crispy skin and meat that balances both herbal and sweet. Get the 1/4 goose with the drumstick (185 hkd) and pair it with rice to temper out the grease and you’ll be a happy camper for the rest of the day.

Their roasted goose indeed deserved its gleaming reputation- crispy skin and tender meat albeit greasy. Their char siew was delicious too although I still prefer Joy Hing's rendition. Ate here twice but couldn't get the goose drumstick on both occasions. Still yummy nonetheless.


When I was sourcing for the locals' favourite place for Roast Goose, it is quite consistent that they like Yat Lok more than the others.
What I really love was the paper-thin crispy skin, with fats beneath it. The skin was quite phenomenonal. However, I recall that when I was visited Yung Kee in 2011, and had the luxury of time to slowly savour half a roast goose on the third floor of the restaurant, their goose were more tender and had more dimensions to it.
Definitely, I'll have roast goose again when I'm in Hong Kong, but I won't fly there for it. Maybe Kam's would be better?
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HKD60 | With One Michelin star behind their back for 3 consecutive years, it’s no wonder why the store are filled with people no matter what time you visit. Upon ordering, noodles were served in a flash!

Noodles were served hot and it wasn’t soggy at all. Soup was flavourful and portion is pretty big for a lady! Roasted Pork and Goose was super soft and the skin is very crispy. Do try to eat the meat once served to prevent the skin from getting soaked by the soup!

Definitely recommended to try if you’re looking for roasted goose restaurant!

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Why YES PLEASE! 🤤 Yat Lok is fast becoming a MUST eat whenever I’m in HK. Love the flavor which just explodes in your month with every bite you take! (PS: The taste of this goose will take you away from the dingy seatings conditions) ~Come for the taste, not for the place~

HANDS DOWN best roast goose I’ve ever had sorry folks but this is in HK we had to wait for awhile to get seats as it was really crowded and the place is super squeezy as well.

Service isn’t the best but just come here expecting to eat delicious food. The skin was so crispy and the goose tender and fatty it was like biting into a dream. Charsiew and soya sauce chicken was really good too. 110% would fly 4 hours from sg to eat this again😩

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