Nidhi   Shilpa
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Happy Hakka = Happy Me

There is a dearth of good Chinese delivery outlets in Delhi. And I am glad I discovered Happy Hakka.

I believe Chinese is the most popular foreign cuisine in India. And honestly it is my favourite comfort food. I can have it anytime. But it’s not possible to go to a fine dine place everyday for those cravings and given the limited delivery options for Chinese in Delhi, we aren’t left with much choice. But I recently got to know about Happy Hakka- a leading Pan Asian QSR known for fresh, healthy & pocket friendly Pan-Asian food and they have recently launched their new menu with dishes like Crispy Wai Wai Salad, Dragon Fire Wings, Emperor’s Hotpot and many more.

So we placed the order & the order was delivered in the mentioned time in microwavable packages so it’s basically ready to eat. Even ample accompaniments including cutlery & tissues were provided. And what more! They have a pay by card option also available at your doorsteps.

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We started with Cheesy Pizza Pockets which had juicy dimsums inside a pizza stuffed with cheese, onions & tri-coloured peppers. A best of both worlds, as they aptly say. It was really crispy on the outside with a cheesy surprise inside. It was delicious, loved it!

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The Crispy Wai Wai Salad (Chicken) had crunchy wai wai with yellow bell pepper, onions, chinese cabbage & crispy chicken in a chilly lemon dressing. The chicken was a bit dry but succulent & deliciously made. The taste was really refreshing and made for a great start.

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The Paneer Paradise Dimsums had soft crumbled paneer with onions & garlic; very nice, soft & delicately prepared with lots of love wrapped in each soft piece.

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The Chinese Chicken Pops came wrapped in a foil like lollipop. Served with a garnish of cabbage & carrots, they were basically chicken drumsticks marinated with ginger, garlic & chilly coriander. The chicken was juicy and spicy.

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The Double Corn Veg Soup was a thick soup with finely chopped veggies & corn. It was very mild and not at all spicy. Tasted great! The chicken version was also nice if I have to make a choice between veg & non-veg, I would go for the veg one.

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Next, the Slurpy Khao Sui served with steamed rice had Thai herbs & broccoli in a coconut milk Burmese gravy. The taste was delicious & actually calmed & delighted my senses. Some Khao Sui add ons & lemon is given separately given to add more flavour.

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Coming to the dishes that are most popular in India. The Veg Shanghai Manchurian had crisp, batter fried fritters of carrot, ginger & green pepper in their spicy Shanghai gravy. The Manchurian balls were a bit hard according to me and the gravy a little too spicy! However the Happy Hakka Noodles were just amazing. Thin Hakka noodles used with veggies like carrots, onions, cabbage, beans & green bell pepper made in olive oil & spices.

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The Nom Nom Fried Rice were classic fried rice tossed with delicate corn, beans, carrots with spring onions. Well prepared & nice!

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Also available are Kung Pao, Pan-fried noodles, Chicken Ninja, Emperor’s Hot Pot in box meals, Spicy-Samurai Dimsums and the list just goes on. One cannot resist but attack on the delicate & nutritious wholesome offerings.

It was a really happy meal I must admit as the fineness & authenticity of the food lingered on and every item I tasted turned out to be better than the first. So thanks Happy Hakka for the super fast & delicious Chinese temptations you send at every door, and with their pocket friendly meals, you have more reasons to celebrate & be left asking for more.

Happy Hakka Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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