Yue Kee - Hongkong
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Directions to Yue Kee
Founded in 1958 by Mr. Ng from Polin of the Chiu Chow province, Yue Kee Restaurant is known for its traditional goose roasting and broiling. The restaurant is simply decorated and has about 50 tables.
Yue Kee has set menus which all feature their traditional Roast Goose. A set menu for 8-10 persons for HK$1188, Sharks Fin and Seafood Set for 4-6 people for HK$1688, and other sets for 12 people for at least HK$3000.
You can check the details of the set menus at their official website: (http://www.yuekee.com.hk/en/p3.htm)
Other than the set menus, they also have an a la carte menu, and take out for HK$480 per Goose.
Open daily from 11am-11:30pm. Cash, Visa and Mastercard are accepted. You can go to the Bellagio Mall in Sham Tseng after you eat.
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