Following the arrival of Japanese Michelin-starred ramen eatery Tsuta, Kam’s Roast, born from the feud involving the Hong Kong institution Yung Kee Restaurant, has landed in Singapore to open its first branch outside the Fragrant Harbour on November 19.
The local outlet of the third-generation family restaurant will be supervised by the original roster of Hong Kong chefs, ensuring the quality of its signature dishes, such as the roast duck and suckling pig; however, the roast goose, which Kam’s and its predecessor Yung Kee are best known for, will not be available here.
Other standout items include the ‘Toro’ charsiu, made from a secret recipe conceived by Kinsen Kam, once second-generation owner at Yung Kee. Wonton noodles, which Kinsen served at Yung Kee, will be available exclusively in Singapore, (with the noodles to be air flown here from Hong Kong daily on Singapore Airlines, we hear).
The flagship outlet of Kam’s Roast in Hong Kong was awarded one star in the 2015 and 2016 editions of Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau.
9 Scotts Road, #01-04–07, Pacific Plaza