The Great Eastern Hakka Restaurant is a fusion Asian dining that combines Hakka Chinese with Indian and Swedish gastronomy tastes, bringing to you a creative and unique menu.
The crust was thin and crisp to perfection, with a touch of tomato sauce, a mix of quality lamb and beef eye fillet scattered all over the pizza which was generously topped with cheddar, gorgonzola and goats cheese, then garnished off with some Spanish onions.
It was a really good pizza with a unique flavour that I've never had before. One of a kind I'd say and may I add, very very tasty.
Whilst the Duck Pizza was also wonderfully prepared, it wasn't as favorable as the Three Cheese. I personally couldn't comprehend Chinese flavours on a pizza, and the flavour combination of tomato and hoisin sauce kind of threw me off.
Steve, who is a Hakka, commented that the dish is very authentic. I've never tried this dish before, and I really liked it.
We went for Manchurian chicken which was needless to say very tasty and full of flavour, but a tad bit too spicy for my liking. The boys polished it clean though!
I can't remember exactly what the cake was comprised of, but if memory serves me right, there was layers of chocolate, nuts, and maybe a hint of cream cheese.
Hmm, I think there was also a crunchy praline-textured layer with hazelnut flavour. But never mind the elements - regardless of what it was, it sure was lovely!
The food albeit slightly pricey, is really good and yours truly aka the food snob, was very satisfied!