The Best Roast Goose 烧鹅 @ Fu Kee Congee Mongkok 富记粥品旺角 on 10Jan2016

hong kong roast goose 烧鹅 (excellent!)

hong kong roast goose 烧鹅 (excellent!)

travelled with this fun RI group (6 of us) to hong kong to eat & hike 10-14jan2016. ^^

i guess that was representative of our priority – eat to hike to eat…lol. ^^

roast meat 烧腊station

roast meat 烧腊station

we were staying at royal plaza at mongkok, checked in by 3pm+ & found fu kee congee 富记粥品 at fa yun street 花园街quite easily.

fuk kee congee 富记粥面

fu kee congee 富记粥品

place was quite crowded. the servers were efficient & polite enough. 🙂

hong kong roast goose 烧鹅 (excellent!)

hong kong roast goose 烧鹅 (excellent!)

we ordered 1/2 roast goose 烧鹅. it was excellent!

after that we had roast goose at yat lok and tao hueng, & then at fu kee 富记again 2days later.

for now, this is the best roast goose in hong kong for me, though most of my friends still line up behind yat lok. 🙂

hong kong roast goose 烧鹅 (excellent!)

hong kong roast goose 烧鹅 (excellent!)

the goose was so flavourful & tender. it was a bit oilier than the others, but i liked that also, i think it was the most flavourful.

char siew (bad)

char siew (bad)

the char siew i would think was a disaster!

char siew (bad)

char siew (bad)

didn’t think you could have a bad char siew in hong kong, especially when the 烧腊chef produced such excellent roast goose.

but we had char siew again at yat lok & it was almost as bad.

this one here was tasteless & dry. the one at yat lok was more moist but equally tasteless!

my conclusion unfortunately – don’t take char siew in hong kong…Singapore hawker stall char siew just so good! 🙂

beef + liver congee

beef + liver congee

the congee were just excellent here! the best but where congee is concerned, there are endless supplies of good congee in hong kong.

mixed innards congee

mixed innards congee

it was so smooth & sweet,

mixed innards congee

mixed innards congee

both the mixed innards congee 及第粥 & the liver + sliced beef congee were excellent too!

dry beef horfun干炒牛河

dry beef horfun干炒牛河

the dry beef horfun干炒牛河 had good wok hae, otherwise nothing special – a dish i can do without.

chicken rice

chicken rice

it’s not easy to find chicken better than singapore’s hainanese chicken rice, yet recently i had very good com ga (chicken rice) in hoi an, vietnam; and now again here in hong kong! just perfect!

chicken rice

chicken rice

it was beautiful going with the ginger spring onion sauce. 🙂

fish belly veg soup

fish belly veg soup

we had a fish belly vegetable soup. very good & enjoyable too.

quite super that we were treated to such outstanding hong kong fares on the first day of our arrival. couldn’t have asked for more la… ^^

after the “late lunch”, 1 friend who was staying at the different hotel, found that his hotel was just directly opposite 富记粥品. how very convenient! 🙂

the meal was HK$553 for 6 hungry guys. 1/2roast goose 烧鹅 was HK$220. we could have done away with the char siew & added couple more cooked dishes. 🙂

c.h.e.f andy

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Fu Kee Congee Mongkok 富记粥品旺角
104-106 Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok
旺角花園街104-106號
How to get there?
Tel:2385 1230
Opening hrs:
Mon.-Sun. 07:30-23:30

 

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8 thoughts on “The Best Roast Goose 烧鹅 @ Fu Kee Congee Mongkok 富记粥品旺角 on 10Jan2016

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  8. Recently, I heard from my hong kong local friend that quality of the roasted goose in Fu Kee has saldy gone down… I think this has to do with crazy high rent in Hong Kong. It is very sad to see good restaurants and cha chaa teng trying hard to make some living. In order to survive the steep rent usually, the restaurants have to sacrifice the quality of their food and service, too.

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