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Hakka Ye Ye Restaurant Review: This understated eatery near Lan Kwai Fong and the shops of Hollywood Road is beloved as much for its regional Chinese bites that include crispy nam yu pork ribs and smoky chicken wings as for its reasonable prix-fixe lunch menu. Regulars start with the steamed shredded radish puffs, and so should first-timers, for an unexpectedly juicy burst wrapped in a translucent rice dumpling. The menu also offers a selection among chicken, tofu, seafood and meat dishes. Slurping is practically a requirement with soups like the Pork Trip, with pickled cabbage and ground pepper, and the more delicate winter melon soup of Chinese ham, mushrooms and fresh shrimp that is worth ordering ahead as required. The emperor's chicken is arguably fit for a king, so generous is the portion of steamed chicken with shredded ginger and green onion at dinnertime in particular, while the stir-fried duck breast slices are only for those whose palate can handle serious spicing. No need to save room for dessert, as the grass jelly is more a local flavor. But the hip, contemporary Chinese art and panoramic city views add satisfying accompaniment to these unusual dishes. Other locations.