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COMPASS MAGAZINE > February 2016

Hakka Cuisine

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Hakka Cuisine

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Hakka Cuisine

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Hakka Cuisine

210, WenXin S 3rd Rd, Nantun Dist (next to Costco);
(04) 2473-0878
Hours: 11 am-2 pm, 5-10 pm
English menu.
Cash only.
No service charge.

Hakka Cuisine's second branch offers a playground with lots of plants, making it suitable for the whole family. The luxurious interior has plenty of Hakka cultural aesthetics, while traditional heavy-flavored Hakka dishes have been transformed into more modern, natural and healthy versions that are also fresher and lighter. Individual dishes range from NT$150 to NT$480, and affordable table set meals start from NT$3,000. --By Niang Chen, translated by Carrie Chang Chien

A. The authentic Hakka Stewed Pork (NT$220), pictured with Fried Eggplant with Basil (NT$150/240), features tender skin and meat. The brilliant Hakka Snack (NT$180/280) comes with squid and dried tofu and has a perfect texture that goes well with beer.

B. A variety of Hakka cuisine (NT$120-480) includes Pig Knuckles (NT$300) and Fried Rice Noodles (NT$120), stir-fried with red onions for a heavenly flavor and aroma. Tender, crispy and tasty, Pork Chops and Bamboo Soup Hakka Style (NT$280) is made with Chinese pickles and bamboo.

C. The handsome head chef has a great cooking skills.

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