Kam’s Roast Goose – famous roast goose restaurant from Hong Kong – is opening in Singapore at Pacific Plaza this October.
First, it was the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant Tim Ho Wan. Then it was followed by many popular Hong Kong restaurants and eateries including Mak’s Noodle, Honolulu Cafe andTai Cheong Bakery. Very soon, Singaporeans can look forward to the opening of another reputable Hong Kong establishment.
This time round, it is none other than the popular Kam’s Roast Goose – one of the best roast goose restaurants in Hong Kong – and saying that we are excited would actually be an understatement.
It is evident that every foodie in Singapore can already hardly contain their excitement – and we are no exception. After all, Kam’s had always been one of our favourite Hong Kong restaurants. We are glad that we no longer have to fly abroad just to satisfy our roast goose cravings.
Kam’s Roast Goose Restaurant is actually founded by one of Yung Kee’s grandsons. For those not in the know, Yung Kee is a household establishment in Hong Kong renowned for its internationally acclaimed roast goose.
Politics aside, we have actually always been very impressed by the consistent mouthwatering roasts served at Kam’s Roast Goose Restaurant. Our numerous trips to Hong Kong over the past years have granted us the opportunity to dine at both and honestly speaking, we have to admit that it is the succulent roast meat at Kam’s Roast Goose Restaurant that we prefer.
Kam’s Roast Goose Restaurant had effortlessly won the hearts of its patrons and even gained the recognition of the prestigious Michelin guide. Despite gaining a Michelin star, the eatery remains unpretentious and continues serving one of the best roast goose one would ever have. It seems like founder Hardy Kam Shun-yuen is really continuing his grandfather’s legacy.
In the meantime, we can only cross our fingers and hope that Kam’s Roast Goose Restaurant in Singapore would be as divine as the delicious food served in their flagship store in Hong Kong.
The plot twist now? That they may not serve roast goose just yet. Mr Robert Chua, the man who is bringing Kam’s Roast Goose, says that they are still trying to find a reliable goose supplier, and if they cannot find one in time for the restaurant’s opening, they will serve roast duck instead.
It was originally reported that Kam’s Roast Goose was slated to open in end 2015, but because they couldn’t find a supplier, the opening was postponed. Now that they are finally opening on the street level of Pacific Plaza (which can sit up to 80 people), we can only hope the issue of roast goose will be resolved.
Otherwise, Mr Chua’s team has been working on making roast ducks taste “almost like roast goose”, and that they have conducted several blind taste tests among Hong Kongers as well as Singaporeans living in Hong Kong – of which many “cannot tell the difference”, he said.
We are hoping to see them bring in the signature Prince Kinsen Noodles too. We cannot wait for the opening of Kam’s Roast Goose in Singapore!
Kam’s Roast Goose
9 Scotts Road
Nearest Station: Orchard