Yat Lok Restaurant (一樂燒鵝)

Cantonese
$ $
G/F, 34-38 Stanley St
中環, 中西區
+852 2524 3882
Monday
10:00am - 9:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 9:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 5:30pm

Tips

  • The best roast goose in Central, definitely better than Yung Kee
  • Roast Goose Leg over rice with salted egg is quintessential at Yat Lok, arguably the best Roast Goose eatery in HK! When dining in pairs, opt for half Roast Goose (+ additional leg) la carte to share.
  • Good crispy roast goose with fat melted away. Excellent alternative to expensive Yung Kee on the next street. The roast pork is good as well.
  • Dun try its fried dumplings~~~ it sucks
  • for around $50, the amount of everything (cha siu, chicken & rice) is unreasonably small tho the taste is good ; btw you'll have to pay extra $5 for water / $15 for tea -,- so...bring your own water!
  • Forget about Yung Kee. This is the real deal for HK Roast Goose. Their "25 steps" goose is crispy on the outside, succulent on the inside, tastes divine n costs less! Try the Crispy Roast Pork too!
  • Just stick to the roast goose. You can give the BBQ pork a miss. A serving of rice costs HK$16.
  • Amazing (Goose thighs).
  • The best roasted goose in town! Smooth and soft, juicy and melt in your mouth! Worth the long queue!
  • Roast goose
  • Goose was so so but the roast pork (siu yok) is phenomenal!
  • The best roast goose on HK side. No need to go to Sham Tseng.
  • Best roast goose in Central without a doubt. Forget Yung Kee. Always queues at lunch time so come at odd hours if you can.
  • 2011
  • Roast goose drumstick with rice
  • Fave: bbq pork & roast goose over rice
  • Located in Central district, the offerings of goose at this establishment is good enough to challenge the likes of Yung Kee (theyre just expensive!) Drop by for a bite if youre ever feeling peckish!
  • Unexpected finding and amazing roasted goose !!! Simple and delicious. Highly recommended
  • Fair prices. No water. Selling napkins. And I couldnt understand what is so special about the gooses here compared to many restaurants in the town. Did they graduate from university?

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