Hakkasan Restaurant London
London has two sexy Hakkasan Restaurants designed by famed designer Christian Liaigre. The first, original Michelin star restaurant, Hakkasan Hanway Place, and the one in the posh Mayfair area (Hakkasan Mayfair), where they further set the standard for modern Chinese cuisine. These Chinese eateries made Alan Yau (the man behind Wagamama) a household name.
The moment you enter the black doors from both venues, ostentatious floral displays, a combination of subtly-spiced incense aroma, moody lighting and chilled music entice the senses. Inside the modern ethnic spaces you can find beautiful people and hip clientele. It has a glamorous nightclub ambiance, especially at the cocktail bar.
Chef Tong Cheen Hwee is the leading chef at Hakkasan Hanway Place London, and has been with Hakkasan since its inception. Chef Tong was instrumental in creating the restaurant’s signature dishes like Pekingduck with caviar and grilled Wagya beef with king soy sauce, and bringing them to Hakkasan Restaurants worldwide. You can find Hakkasan also in cities like Miami, New York, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Mumbai.
The menu choice at Hakkasan London is mind-boggling: Japanese abalone, lobster and spinach soup with, Alaskan Royal King crab to name but a few. And absolutely our favourite small dish or starter is the Crispy duck salad with pomelo, pine nut and shallot, and don’t miss the yummy cocktails.
Why go? Both Hakkasan Restaurants in London stand out for its mouth-watering masterpieces, darkly alluring decor, and is worth the money you spend.