Chan Kong Kei

www.misopeckish.comLast time we visited Macau we took away our order for half a roast duck.   This time I was going to make an effort to dine in.  Forgetting that the roast duck here was good, I ordered roast goose as it was hard to get back home.

Chan Kong Kei is similar to a Hong Kong BBQ takeaway, where you see the roasted meats hanging up at the front of the store window, while the other side is where a noodles and soups are made.

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We managed  to pop in before the dinner crowd as I was not willing to hang around for another two hours.

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As usual Mr Wasabi did not want anything so I ordered Roast Goose with Noodle Soup for myself.  While we were waiting for my dish to come, Mr Wasabi said ‘I can eat now’.  I rolled my eyes, as I would have ordered a 2 BBQ dish with some veges.

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Mr Wasabi decided to order something to eat, so we agreed to ordere a 2 dish BBQ and vegetables on top of my order

2 Choice BBQ – Roast Goose, BBQ Pork

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The goose especially the skin had a nice black pepper flavour to it than your usual BBQ or five spice flavour.   The goose was faily tender.  the noodles were cooked perfectly – thin egg noodles that was still el dente right to the last bite.

Vegetables – Gai lan – poached with some oyster sauce.  still had a bite to it but not over done.  Slightly be on the oily side but that was ok.

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Good cheap eats without all the bells and whistles.  Will definitely return again.  Having tasted the roast goose and the roast duck from our previous visit, I would definitely recommend the roast duck.

Location:  19 R. do Dr. Pedro Jose Lobo, Macau

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