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Hong Kong Food | Roasted Goose @ Mongkok

Is HK famous for its roasted goose? Hmm… this is what we always heard right?

As we strolled along Goldfish market, we spotted a few restaurants selling roasted goose. But this shop attracted us most.


The main dish – roasted goose (1/2 goose). This goose is hot from the oven. It tasted like duck to me. Anyway, it taste good with crispy skin. HKD 110 for 1/2 goose.


Char Siew again. Wow! I really luv HK char siew. It’s so thick and the meat is so tender.

See, it’s so juicy. Yum yum…
Vege with oyster sauce. The oyster sauce is serve separately from the vege. As in Msia, the oyster sauce is mix with the vege. Taste too salty if we dip the sauce with the vege, but taste too tasteless if we didn’t dip with any sauce. OMG. What am I talking about… hehe…

This is our lunch at Goldfish Market.

6 Comments

  1. Penangtuapui says:

    hmmm… shud i say more on the food…..

    cannot tahan liao.. will book HK ticket now….

    geram…..

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  2. Allie says:

    Allenooi,

    Ya. It’s slightly oily but we like it still. Hehe…

    Penangtuapui,

    Yes! So faster go book ticket and will be waiting eagerly for your food review. Like your blog so much!

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  3. CRIZ LAI says:

    It looked like Kailan is very famaous in HK. You had in twice so far. :P

    http://crizfood.blogspot.com/

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  4. mikky says:

    your post made me miss hong kong’s roasted goodies even more… :)

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  5. Allie says:

    Criz,
    Hm.. I think so, cos when the menu mention vege, they served kailan. Hehe

    Mikky,
    Thanks for visiting! Will link you up.

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  6. J2Kfm says:

    I missed the Roasted Goose lah. Missed as in REALLY missed. didnt eat. Yung Kee’s HKD150 for half a goose. pricey huh?

    but I’m sure it’s REAL good.

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