- Restaurant, Take-out
- Admiralty, Central, Kwun Tong
- Address: Shop 2, G/F, 39 Queen’s Road Central,Central
- Website: https://goodbbq.co/
- Open Hours: Monday-Sunday
- Open Since: November 26th, 2023
- Phone: 9852 1062
- Cuisine: Cantonese
- Ambience: Trendy
Hong Kong’s Comfort Food: Siu Mei (燒味, translating to “roasted meat”) is no doubt most Hongkongers’ comfort food. Serving premium crispy pork belly, char siu and soy sauce chicken — to name a few — Good BBQ is not going to disappoint if you are looking for a good old siu mei rice bowl for a fair price.
Look & Feel: Unlike traditional siu mei spots, Good BBQ curates its dining spaces with brighter colors to exude a contemporary flair.
On The Menu: Good BBQ’s siu mei is the epitome of upholding traditional standards of authenticity while enhancing its flavors with modern innovation. Whether you are in for a traditional bite of Crispy Pork Belly consisting of crispy skin and tender, marbled meat, or are looking forward to trying the House’s signature Slow Cooked Char Siu Rice with 63º Egg to indulge in the marriage of the first ever sous vide Char Siu and creamy egg yolk, Good BBQ is here to satisfy. And of course, guests with a no-meat diet are also taken care of. Crafting its signature dish with Impossible™ Pork, the House also makes sure that the stay of vegan diners is worthwhile by serving plant-based meat that is free of gluten, animal hormones, and antibiotics. Besides all the takeout lunchbox ranges for office workers, Good BBQ also serves “Party P” Suckling Pig, a traditional dish that is present in every new launch and celebration.
To impress your own guests at home, the House’s BBQ cooking kit will certainly be the item you want at the check-out. Available in Char Siu Sauce and Crispy Pork Belly, the kit comes with a recipe and the marinade and sauces pre-measured so anyone can recreate some of Good BBQ’s most loved dishes at home without fail.
Great For: Satisfying your cheat-day cravings!
FYI: Visit Good BBQ in Admiralty and Kwun Tong for a sit-down meal!
This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.