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Yung Kee, known as "the King of Roast Goose", is located at No.32-40 Wellington Street, Central. It has been established for more than half of a century. Half a century ago, it was still a large roast food stall in West Guangyuan Street. At that time, in Macau Ferry Terminal area, passengers who returned from overseas, as well as seamen from the mooring steamships, would like to pay a special trip to taste the delicacies. Thus, Yung Kee gets itself the name of "flying roast goose".
Yung Kee, known for its roast goose, is well-known both in and outside of Hong Kong and Macao. Many foreign tourists, celebrities and overseas Chinese come to Yung Kee for its delicious roast goose. It is a delicacy paradise not to be missed during your trip to Hong Kong.
It ranked the eighth in "the Asia's 20 best restaurants" by the ranking of Asia's first independent authority of the Diet Guide "The Miele Guide 08/09". It also ranked the highest among restaurants (which are specialized in Chinese cuisines) in Hong Kong.
Yung Kee has been selected as "the World's Fifteenth Restaurant" by "Fortune Magazine" of the United States in 1968. It is the only one Chinese Restaurant to win the award. Yung Kee has been selected by French authorized "Michelin Diet Guide 2009” as a one-star restaurant.
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