Mon to Sun, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mon to Sun, 5:00 pm - 11:30 pm
5 rooms for 4 to 80
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Smoked pork belly with pine nuts
Steamed crab with rice in a bamboo steam pot
The ground floor of Yung Kee has the look and feel of a typical dim sum restaurant – bright white lights, white tables cloths and tables that are placed closely together. In contrast, the top two floor of Yung Kee are of classic Chinese 1970s restaurant décor – the floor are covered in a deep red carpet and big golden dragons and landscapes adorn the walls. Not recommended for a romantic date, Yung Kee is however a great place for a group setting.
Not to be missed at Yung Kee is the roast goose with lai fun Chinese noodles. The meat was tender and flavourful and tasted even better dipped in the plum sauce served alongside. We also ordered a plate of barbequed pork, which was even tastier. The tender meat was coupled with the perfect hint of sweetness from the honey glaze. We also ordered a seemingly simple sliced beef with spring onion and ginger dish served in a stone pot, which was deliciously addictive. Although the aubergine with crab meat dish felt a little bit over-boiled and ended up being tasteless, the crabmeat did taste really fresh and we ended up picking all of the crabmeat off of the colourless aubergine. We asked for a seasonal vegetable recommendation and got baby bok choy fried with garlic, which was done excellently; not too crunchy or soggy, this simple vegetable was cooked perfectly through and the colour was perfect. For dessert we ordered the mini egg tarts, which come in a serving of three. Warm and not too sweet, the bite-sized tarts were a satisfying way to wrap up the meal.
Although the staff cannot help with food and wine pairings, there is an extensive wine list made up of Chinese, French, Italian and Australian bottles.
The staff at Yung Kee know the menu well and can recommend specials. However when the restaurant is busy it can be difficult to flag down a waiter so it’s best to get all ordering done in one go.
Dinner for two with wine comes out to about HK$1,000, which is to be expected. However, it can be more if premium seafood is ordered.