Hong Kong’s cuisine is characterized by its clean and delicate flavours, which allow the core ingredients to shine through. Bringing the best of Cantonese, European and other Chinese cuisines, Hong Kong’s cuisine is viewed as a balanced diet with its healthy mix of proteins, oils, vegetables and rice.
Located in David’s hall, Koket LU brings the best of Cantonese street foods to the heart of Malmo. Walk up a small flight of stairs and you’ll enter a bustling, small restaurant with jet-black interiors, neon red Chinese signs and roasted duck and pork belly hanging in a heating cabinet, which will transport you straight to Shau Kei Wan Main Street East.
Everything on the menu is absolutely delicious, but if I had to choose, I would definitely choose the “side meat” which offers an assortment of deliciously juicy roasted duck, Sui yuk and char sui. For something more vegetarian friendly, the Gai lan (chinese broccoli) with Shitake, Judas ear mushrooms and tofu exemplifies the clean delicate flavors of Hong Kong cuisine. To finish off, the soy and ginger salmon with a classic ginger and sweet soy glaze has a perfectly crispy skin, while the meat itself melts away like butter.
So, if you’re on the hunt for a cozy restaurant that transports you to the bustling streets of Hong Kong, Kokeriet LU is a must visit.