Hong Kong’s Kam’s Roast opens in Indonesia

Hong Kong-based restaurant Kam’s Roast has now opened in Indonesia.

The franchise, which also has branches in Singapore and the Philippines, has been recognised in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong and Macau for the past four years.

Launching in Pantai Indah Kapuk – a neighbourhood in northern Jakarta – the eatery features local roasts garnished with sauces imported from Hong Kong.

The website for the brand in its home territory – where it is known as Kam’s Roast Goose – describes the brand as a third-generation business originally launched in 1942 under the name Yung Kee Restaurant.

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