Since we cannot visit HongKong, the next best thing is to get some food from Kam’s Roast takeaway. The restaurant in Pacific Plaza, Singapore is closed for dine-in but is open for takeaway and food delivery orders.
We had expected a quick order and run at the restaurant as the Orchard Road area is very quiet these days. But there were a couple of patrons in front of us and it took longer than we expected. There is a QR ordering system at the entrance, but for tech non-savvy person like me, it was not easy. It is best to order by phone in advance or use a food delivery service. I think Foodpanda covers this restaurant.
Kam’s Roast Menu
There is a nice display of roast meats at the entrance. Here are pictures of the Kam’s Roast menu. Being mostly roast meats, rice and noodles dishes, these are suitable types of food for takeaway or delivery.
Kam’s Roast Takeaway Noodles and Char Siew
We are creatures of habit and ordered the same items that we are used to having from Kam’s. A roast duck noodles ($10.80), a BBQ char siew noodles ($9.80) and a separate order of char siew ($14.80).
The roast duck noodle made me recall the roast goose in Hong Kong at Yat Lok. This circuit breaker is making my mind wonder. The roast duck at Kam’s Roast Singapore is not quite the same. But for now, it is close enough. The dry noodles has the distinctive Hong Kong style crunch.
We like the char siew as much as the roast duck at Kam’s Singapore. A nice quantity of the meat comes with the noodles. Not a few thin slices, but thick chunky slabs. The charred edges and low fat ratio made this a very good char siew noodles to dabao home.
We like the char siew so much that we ordered an extra portion for our Kam’s Roast takeaway. It is an easy dish to transport home. It keeps well in the fridge for consumption later in the day or the next day.
9 Scotts Road, #01-04/05/06/07,
Pacific Plaza, Singapore 228 210
Weekdays: 11am to 10pm
Weekends & Public Holidays
*Last Order 9.30pm
Take away starts from 10.00am
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