This review is by GurgaonMoms for Happy Hakka
As a family we order a meal at least once a week and I am constantly on the look out for a place to order tasty food that is delivered on time. Happy Hakka invited me to try out their menu. One of their taglines is that they are fast with their service. It was a Thursday evening and I had to leave home by 8.30 pm on an outstation trip, I needed to order in quick and ensure I had my dinner before I left home. I went to Happy Hakka’s online ordering service and placed picked items from their menu for a meal for three.
One of the first things I picked was a Chicken Dim Sum Platter at INR 359, it had a selection of three kinds of dim sums: Tibetan Momos, Chicken Sumai and Chiken Canton dumplings, 4 pieces each. The dim sums were still soft and succulent when they came and had not soggy or dried up. I also ordered appetizer of Shanghai Manchurian (Chicken at INR 239), which tuned out a good choice as they suited by appetite for chilles.
Happy Hakka has mains in two categories: a meal-in-a box or separate dishes. The Malay Mie Goreng Rice ( Chicken/ INR 269) is a meal in a box complete with an fried egg on top. Actually, if you order this you don’t need much more as it lives up to its name of meal-in-a-box with its quantities.
I also ordered a Thai Soul Curry (Fish/INR 319) and a Happy Hakk
a Veg Noodles (INR 129) for others in the family. All their meals come with options of veg, chicken or fish, in a drop down menu that you can simply click to add to your cart. Except for the Veg Hakka noodles, which I found to be bland, but the rest of it suited my Indian taste buds so well.
Happy Hakka has Chinese and South East Asian cuisine that caters to Indian tastes. Their website says they have been inspired by Ramen Bars and fun Chinese flavours. They have 5 outlets including one in Supermart 2, Gurgaon if you like sit down dining. Though I must say they delivered they not only delivered the meal on time but also called before they came home.
The whole meal cost me around INR 1750 and last for three dinners, not one! So Happy Hakka turned out to be Happy, Happy for me!