Saturday, January 26, 2008

Yung Kee Restaurant

Finally I got to pig out at Yung Kee! We got to order everything we wanted as there were 10 of us. Yay!!!

The legendary roast goose: very tender and juicy. HK$210 for half a goose.

This cold cut dish made of pork(HK$110) is apparently one of Yung Kee's signature dishes. It's not really my cup of tea but it seemed fine judging by what people were saying.

My favourite dish scrambled eggs with XO sauce(HK$78).

Another signature dish beef brisket in clear soup(HK$115). I didn't really like the cut of beef but again it seemed popular.

Stirred-fry green sprouts(HK$80).

Deep fried pork fillets(HK$96). Nice seasonings and not too greasy surprisingly.

Beef and spring onions in clay pot(HK$100). Beef tasted OK and tender but too little of it and too much spring onions.

Sweet and sour prawns(HK$170). The prawns were huge and fresh and the sauce was zingy and sweet at the same time. Excellent!

Fried glutinous rice(HK$95). Very heavy dish indeed. We each had a spoonful or two and it was more than enough.

The fried rice (HK$90) was not as good as usual. Where were the big prawns?

Yung Kee
32-40 Wellington St., Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2522-1624

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