Duck dishes are common in Singapore, but it has been a wild goose chase when it comes to those featuring its feathered cousin. That has led many diners to ask why roast goose cannot be found here.
That is not entirely true though. Goose - whether roasted or braised - may not be so common here, but The Straits Times found at least four eateries which serve it: Peony Jade restaurant at Keppel Club, hawker stall Ming Mun in Ang Mo Kio, Chao Shan Cuisine in Phillip Street and the Ban Heng Group of restaurants. They serve geese imported from sources accredited by the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA).