Hawkers' food menu offers a wide variety of Asian-inspired dishes. Our server said that each dish is large enough to share between two individuals. We ordered a few of the recommended items including Bulgogi Chicken Skewers, Steamed Baos, Korean Twice Fried Wings, and Golden Wontons. The best dishes we had were the Twice Fried Wings and Steamed Baos. I thought the Singapore Meh Fun and Pad Thai were also tasty. Our least favorite dishes were the Golden Wantons and Siu Yoke. They both came out overcooked and did not meet expectations. Since there are so many options on the menu, I would not let one or two dishes define an overall experience. However, I plan to avoid ordering those two options in the future.
The beverage selection at Hawkers is quite large. They offer a wide variety of wine, cocktails, and beer. The full bar has something for everyone. Seating is spread throughout the restaurant with booths and bar chairs in the front. Additional table seating is in the back by the open-style kitchen. Additional patio seating wraps around the outside of the building.
In my opinion, the best part of dining at Hawkers is the atmosphere and decor. I enjoyed seeing the colorful posters, signs, and mix of decor. It is also interesting that each seating area has a different vibe. The food and drinks take a back seat to the atmosphere created at Hawkers. I recommend visiting just to experience something new and different in Charlotte, NC.