I love dim sum. I think I can eat dim sum in Hong Kong everyday. I’ve eaten at Hak Ka Hut before and I loved their version of Hainanese chicken which they call baked chicken w/ savory sauce. It’s salted chicken and very, very flavorful. The vermicelli or bihon pictured above was quite dry but I liked the unique taste.
I love bbq pork in traditional white siopao, in baked pastries and now inside a pineapple bun. They call it pineapple bun for the sweet crispy topping on the bun. It’s similar to kopi buns’ topping.
bbq pork pineapple bun
Why would anyone steam pork rinds? That’s sacrilegious! Pork rinds are meant to be oily and crunchy. Where’s the fun in eating them wet and soft? This dish boggles my taste sensibilities.
steamed pork rind w/ chicken & mushrooms
If you don’t read Chinese like me then you’re out of luck. I had to rely on others to order. I can’t wait to go back for more cheap and yummy dim sum!
Hak Ka Hut
3/F, Oterprise Square 26 Nathan Rd,
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
telephone: 2369 3822