GOOD BBQ Highlight:
A Hong Kong Brand Story
Good BBQ, a trendy Cantonese BBQ takeaway chain, was founded by Chef Sandy Keung in 2015. A trained CPA and former hedge fund manager, Sandy left finance to pursue her passion in cooking setting up fine dining restaurant first and then the popular BBQ chain.
Good BBQ Join Forces with Food Made Good HK
As a siu mei restaurant chain in Hong Kong, our mission is to grow Good BBQ’s core values around sustainability and community impact. We work closely with Food Made Good HK, a sustainability consultancy supporting the F&B sector, to reduce the impacts we make on sourcing, society, and the environment.
Our Signature Dishes
Good BBQ has 4 shops and operates a central kitchen. First to utilize western culinary techniques, Good BBQ created signature dishes such as ‘slow-cooked charsiu’, ‘lamb shoulder charsiu’ and Japanese onsen egg with charsiu, etc. Menu items are designed to keep authenticity to Hong Kong’s favorite comfort food but bringing innovations and modern touches to the overall customer’s experience.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Good BBQ is not attached to any charities permanently. Founder Sandy Keung selects charities she likes to work with and to support each year e.g. Lions Club, Haw Par Music, ImpactHK, Autism Partnership, Pebblesproject.org, etc.
About Cooking Kit
Started end of June 2019, Good BBQ began distributing its Charsiu Cooking Kit in the largest supermarket chain in Taiwan, Chuan Lian. This cooking kit provides a fool proof solution teaching people to make authentic HK charsiu at home.
Shop Our Cooking Kit & Most Wanted Suckling Pig
One of my favourite Siu Mei takeaway shop in Hong Kong. Although I am trying to cut carbs, I still come to this shop at least twice a month to try their Cha Siu rice. I ordered a Cha Siu and Roasted Pork rice, the portion is really generous. love the Cha Siu sauce. Highly recommend it if you feel like a carb day!
Good BBQ launched the omnipork charsiu and I love the taste of it. It is affordable unlike other vegetarian dishes. On first bite, it really did taste like charsiu because of the smokeiness and the spices. The taste reminded me of juyukgone (pork jerky) which is amazing. Definitely worth trying again!