(This feature was published in GMA News Online last May 11, 2018)
Michelin-starred and Hong Kong institution Kam’s Roast is opening its doors in Metro Manila on May 15.
This internationally acclaimed establishment has only been around since 2014, but the family behind it has a culinary heritage that spans three quarters of a century. Its founder, Hardy Kam, comes from the third generation of the family behind Yung Kee Restaurant, and he has teamed up with prominent Hong Kong TV and movie producer Robert Chua with this particular restaurant concept.
While you won’t need to book a flight just to get a taste of its signature roasts, you might need to fall in line or book a table to to get one. “Our goal, quite literally, is to give Filipinos a taste of the most delectable flavors that can be found around the world. We’re proud to add Kam’s Roast to our mix of dining concepts; and look forward to giving Filipinos more options that will delight their discerning palates without needing to hop on a plane,” shared Eric Dee, COO of FOODEE Global Concepts. It’s the same group that introduced us to other international concepts such as Tim Ho Wan, Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodle, and Todd English Food Hall, among others.
Kam’s Roast in Manila will be serving the full menu similar to the one in Hong Kong, except for its roast goose. Here are the things that should be on your “to eat” list:
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