Recommendation by Lemi
What began as a simple food stall in 1938 has now become a Hong Kong culinary legend, all thanks to their Signature Charcoal Roasted Goose. This restaurant has drawn large crowds clamoring for the dish, known for its crispy skin and delectable braised sauce. Yung Kee has also become a major draw for tourists who often take an entire box of goose on their flight home; thus, the name “Flying Roast Goose.” Sadly, disagreements between the late owner’s family members have put the restaurant’s future on shaky ground. Despite this, Yung Kee still stands today, synonymous to the dish that has kept it standing for decades.