Yung Kee Restaurant

Restaurant 32-40 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong Published on: 10-08-2016

11:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Fine Dining
38.69 - 103.16 USD

Yung Kee Restaurant is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Yung Kee is a multi-award winning restaurant that specializes in roast goose. Yung Kee has a reputation of selling the best Roast Goose in Hong Kong

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Why Yung Kee Restaurant is special ?

Quarter Roast Goose (HK$150): unlike other roast meat joints that sell individual plate of Roast Goose rice, Yung Kee offers minimally a quarter of goose (lower quarter without drumstick) that cost HK$150+. There are options of half goose at HK$240+ and whole goose for HK$480+.

Yung Kee goose is much more meatier and more succulent than a roast duck. The highlight of the whole dish is the goose skin. It is really crispy, almost crackling and the thin layer of oil and fat that comes along with it. It’s oily, but not greasy for my stomach.

Yung Kee also sells Roasted “Jet” Goose where they vacuum pack their roast goose for you to “da bao” back to your country. Each goose costs HK$500.

Yung Kee’s century egg is really really soft and smooth and it’s almost like biting through tofu. The egg yolk’s texture is like an Onsen Egg – soft, creamy and very flavourful. I am going to say it – best century egg ever. It’s not difficult to understand why there a demand for them to sell their century egg in gift boxes to be brought back. Six century eggs with ginger cost HK$78


How to get to Yung Kee Restaurant?

Direction to Yung Kee is very straight forward

1. Come out from Central Exit G

2. Walk against the traffic until you reach Queen’s Road Central

3. Cross the road and walk along the traffic until you see d’Aguilar Street

4. Turn left into d’Aguilar Street, walk straight until you see Wellington Street on the right 5

5. Turn right into Wellington Street and you should see Yung Kee on your right


Selling points

  • Good location and good food
  • Best chinese food in hong kong
  • Most famous for their mariated goose
  • Good Local Food in Bustling Atmosphere
  • Pricey but value for money


  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget High-end
  • Alcohol YES
  • Air condition YES
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian YES
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32-40 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong

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Tips for you

  • Yung Kee has a reputation of selling pricey dishes but value for money
  • One has to make reservations as this restaurant gets full.
  • Credit Cards such as American Express, JCB, MasterCard, VISA are accepted.
  • Staff was very friendly and efficient
  • If you are unsure what to order, ask the servers to recommend a set of dishes based on the size of your party.


TripAdvisor View more

Famous For Barbqued goose, served with the head and beak looking up at you so be aware. Suckling pig also fantastic. Good wine, good atmosphere, service could be a little faster, but staff were very friendly. Pricey compared to other restaurants, but well worth one visit.

TripAdvisor View more

We had to wait for at least 1/2 hour before being seated.. The roast goose, smoked pigeon in tea leaves and abalone in sake were delicious. As for the deep fried salt and pepper frog legs, although the legs were big and succulent, I felt that it would have been better if I had ordered them stir fried instead. Pretty pricey but yummy.

FourSquare View more

Roasted goose & chicken - overrated, standard has dropped. Century egg - those who like it will enjoy the gooey yolk that has strong alkaline taste. Seafood fried rice - very ordinary but pricey

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