Chuen Cheung Kui
Historically, the Hakkas were the nomads of China. Their name means "guest families," because they migrated from roughly China's geographic center to other parts of the mainland (and later to many other countries around the world). The cuisine reflects that diversity in some ways. Generally hearty and strong, it's core dishes were also designed, frequently, with an eye towards ingredients that would be easy to preserve: salty, cured or pickled vegetables and meats are par for the course. Tofu is present in its many incarnations: fresh, pressed, preserved and dried.
At Chuen Cheung Kui, you want to go with the salt-baked chicken, steamed bean curd stuffed with pork, and the steamed pork belly with either preserved mustard greens or thick slices of taro. You'll thank us later.
Price: About HK$150 (£12) per person