Yat Lok

www.misopeckish.comLooking for some decent roast goose in Central Hong Kong without the price tag?  why not give this little busy eatery a try.   This place is more like a takeaway joint selling your usual Hong Kong styled BBQ meats, though it is very popular with its roast goose.

During peak meal times, expect to wait for a spare seat.  yes you heard right a spare seat.  Here you will more than likely share a table with other strangers who come and go.

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Food here is very affordable for good quick, cheap lunch time eats.  You can choose you BBQ meats in either dry egg or rice noodles or soup in soup or rice.  It is as simple as that.

I ordered some Roast Goose with Dry Egg Noodles.  Noodles were ok but I was more or less after the roast goose.  the goose was ok.  Though would have loved it if it was not as fatty. but I managed to eat my way around the fat.

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I found that the Quarter of a Roast Goose that came with my noodles was not sufficient so went ahead and ordered another quarter of a roast goose on its own.  Nice meaty succulent meat

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Hong Kong Ice Milk Tea – is a must have when you are in Hong Kong. it is very similar to the Malaysian equivalent – Teh Terik (Pulled tea) which is basically black tea with condense milk.   Definitely refreshing and welcoming.

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Good cheap eats.  The only down to some is that you have to share a table with complete strangers, which can be daunting if you are not use to it. But I certainly did not mind so long as I did not have to wait long for get a seat.

Location:  G/F, 34-38 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong

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