Depending on where you are in the world, Hakka cuisine will mean different things to different people. The Hakka people who live in the seaports of Hong Kong, for example, place more emphasis on an abundance of fresh vegetables and seafood in their Hakka cuisine. In India and Pakistan, Hakkka has taken on more of a Desi adaptation of Hakka dishes, with mouthwatering meals such as chili chicken, dry Bombay tiger prawns and chow mein/hakka noodles.
Whatever your fancy is, Mississauga has an array of Hakka restaurants to choose from while staying at our short term rentals in Mississauga. We’ve outlined some of the top establishments you can enjoy takeout and delivery from, in the comforts of your own suite. Once the Greater Toronto Area has loosened its restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you will be able to dine-in at these three fabulous locations.
One of the first things that comes to mind with this restaurant is the size of its menu. The variety of deliciousness is seemingly endless. You can wet your palate with one of their 20 choices of soups, before delving into a satisfying and spicy main course like Chicken in Hot Garlic Sauce.
This delicious blend of South Asian and East Asian flavours will melt in your mouth. Choose from a variety of spicy Halal dishes that are affordable and generously portioned. Don’t forget to try the Bombay shrimp and the Chilli Paneer.
It is recommended to call before pickup as business hours have recently changed: 905-232-1199.
One of five locations across the GTA, the Erin Mills establishment never fails to disappoint in the flavour department. There is so much variety on the menu that it will be tempting to not sample everything! Be sure to start your feast off with the delicious Mixed Pakora Platter before jumping into the spicy Beef and Yellow Curry Sauce.
With its central location in the city’s core, Platinum Suites is located close to many of the above restaurants. Pre-book a stay at our insurance housing in Mississauga and experience some of the best Hakka cuisine in the Greater Toronto Area. Click here to read more of our monthly blogs.
By Lisa Marie Brennan