Kam's Roast Singapore
Hong Kong's Michelin-starred Kam's Roast offers its iconic roasted meats in the heart of Orchard.
Nestled in Pacific Plaza, this 68-seater restaurant (much bigger compared to its Hong Kong counterpart) resembles a typical Chinese eatery, with its wooden chairs and it’s open kitchen concept where you can see the chefs preparing the dishes busily and racks of roasted ducks waiting to be devoured.
Their menu offers pretty much the same things except their famous roast goose as they are still finding a right goose supplier. Their roast duck ($11.80) and pork ($14.80) are roasted to perfection and the crispy skin goes hand in hand with the tender meat. Their pork belly ($14.80) is definitely a cut above the rest, it is marinated with a secret recipe and then barbequed to the right amount of char which gives an exquisite crunch to the juicy meat. While you’re loading up on protein, slurp up their wonton noodles (exclusive to Singapore) alongside their wontons which are filled with prawn and pork. And for desserts, their red bean soup will fulfil your sweet tooth needs while while you will get your daily dose of vitamin C from the chen pi (sun-dried tangerine peel) in the dish.
Nestled in Pacific Plaza, this 68-seater restaurant (much bigger compared to its Hong Kong counterpart) resembles a typical Chinese establishment, with its wooden chairs and its open kitchen concept where you can see the racks of roasted ducks waiting to be devoured and the chefs busily preparing the dishes.
Their menu has pretty much the same great offerings as its main branch in Hong Kong, except for their famous roast goose; they're still looking for the right supplier before the start serving up their showstopper dish. Nonetheless, the roast duck ($11.80) and pork ($14.80) are equally just as good and cooked to perfection, and the crispy skin goes hand-in-hand with the tender meat. Their pork belly ($14.80) is definitely a cut above the rest—it's marinated with the famil'y award-winning secret-recipe marinade and barbequed until it has the right amount of char for that smoky flavor.
Don't forget to try the al dente wonton noodles, which are exclusive only to Singapore. These are brought from Hong Kong on a daily basis via a Singapore Airlines flight to ensure that the noodles and complemented by the freshest, hand-made wontons that have been filled with prawn and pork. Then, round it up with Kam's Red Bean Soup, a healthy dessert that uses only top-grade red beans and Chen Pi (aged orange peel).