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Hakka Food

Last updated by david at 2017/5/16

Hakka food also called Dongjiang food is a traditional food brought by Hakka who emigrated from the central plains of China.

Its characteristics are salty, oily and fragrant, similar to food in northern area. Hakka food looks simple and the price is relatively cheap.

Recommended dishes: Bean curd stuffed with minced pork, steamed pork belly with preserved greens, Hakka rolled meat pot.

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Chuen Cheung Kui Restaurant

108-120, Perceval Street Causeway Bay


Hakka Seafood Restaurant

1, Mut Wah Street, Causeway Bay


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