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Today 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm – 12:00 am
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311 W 43rd St New York, NY 10036
311 W 43rd StUSNYNew York10036
$$$$Chinese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Cocktail Bar
Fine Dining Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 5:30 – 11:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:30 pm – 12:00 amFriday 5:30 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:30 – 11:00 pm
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Cavernous outpost of a London-based chain showcasing modern Cantonese cuisine in a slick setting.- Google
People talk about dim sum platter, peking duck, michelin star, dumplings and modern chinese
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Yan Liang Sim
reviewed a month ago
First Hakkasan sounded like a Japanese restaurant but turned out it was Chinese. The ambiance was cool and chic, but also came off as impersonal. Definitely felt more like a lounge than a restaurant. The food was good, but not great. For the price, I'd go elsewhere (much cheaper)! Some of the main dishes on the menu would be terrible as entrees so take note. This is a place for eating in a group and sharing dishes.
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Charlie Shay
reviewed a month ago
Came here for their restaurant week dinner menu. The layout of this place is slightly confusing at first. My first impression of this place was a "labyrinth of a night club." Here are some quick notes: Good for: upscale modern Chinese dining; drinks; group's night out Hits: mocktails (Green Nile was delicious with a heavy dose of ginger); cocktails (Golden Emperor is also a terrific drink); friendly and efficient bartenders; modern decor and fairly comfortable seating; grilled sea bass; macaroons (amazing chewy texture) Misses: small portion; price Note: I always have difficulties justifying upscale dining when it comes to Chinese food, especially when there are cheaper alternatives in Chinatown that are also decent in quality. The food at Hakkasan is great and the service is good, but I still felt the "decor tax" is a bit hard to swallow. Fortunately, the dessert here is out of this world, which, for me, justified the price tag a little. Food: 5/5 Service: 4/5 Decor: 4/5 Noise: Say what?? Forget about dinner, let's dance!
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MIke From GA
reviewed 2 months ago
No doubt the food is good. They have an eclectic menu of interesting stuff and what I ordered was indeed tasty. The atmosphere is very trendy and the service was good, with a reservation or tow. My only complaint was price and portion size. Let me explain. My friend ordered stir-fry beef ribs for $39. There were exactly 7 pieces of meat in the dish, served in a cornucopia of crunchy rice. It was a joke. It was what a normal restaurant would call an appetizer and did not come with rice, and was almost forty dollars. My other friend got a stir-fry vegetable dish that was served on a side-dish size plate for $15. The hot and sour soup, the kind that is $3 at szechuan grand, was $11 here. I had chicken in a clay pot for $24 and it was very tasty. The dim sum platter has eight pieces for $24. Wines start around $12. I don't mind paying expensive prices but the extend of overpricing at this restaurant, for the amount of food you get, is absurd.
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Teresa Simmons
reviewed in the last week
My friend and I came here during restaurant week and thank goodness for that because this place was expensive. Its really gorgeous inside and the staff were very friendly and accomodating. I had the fried dim sum platter and they were really tasty with the exception of the scallops. I dont eat seafood so I was shocked and pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed the shrimp dumpling that didnt have that seafoodish taste that I cant stand. I had the sanpei chicken in a clay pot and it was delicious with the egg fried rice. I literally ate everything off my plate and was disappointed I didnt have any more food to eat. The portions were soo small. For dessert, I had the chocolate gianduga ganche that was absolutely delicious but I had to eat that badboy real slow because that's how tiny it was. LOL. I would love to visit this place again when I have the funds to enjoy a whole meal because they teased us with the food since we paid a discount rate for restaurant week.
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Jonique H
reviewed a month ago
When entering Hakkasan for a restaurant week diner, I was immediately impressed with the ambiance. Firstly, there's a long hallway entrance leading to the hostess desk. It appears to be made of pure marble from Italy or somewhere fancy. I've never seen that much detailed marble work outside of Catholic church or Grand Central. The hostesses were very nice and accomodating. A lovely blonde woman escorted us to our seat and I was quite impressed that she seemed to speak fluent Mandarin. I can only assume, since I don't speak it myself, but the asian party she interacted with seemed to be understanding ok. As we travelled further to our table, we passed intricately carved wooden screens and listened to the mood setting music in the place. Again, nice ambiance. I chose the restaurant week prix fixe meal with the lamb as my main course. Absolutely delicious. The rice was even delicious. And the dim sum were beautifully prepared. Highly recommended.
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Jason Wong
reviewed 8 months ago
I am always skeptical about upscale/high end Chinese restaurants. I always have the state of mind, why go here when it cost nearly nothing in Chinatown? We decided to come here for restaurant week ($38 - 3 courses). We got the fried and steamed dim sum which were amazingly good and unique. For my entree I selected the duck breast which was in a very tasty and addicting glaze and taro strips, very good. For dessert I got the peach custard cake which I found refreshing. Overall, I was impressed and satisfied. The decor here was also very cool but I felt like it was a bit of a maze to get around. I don't think I can afford coming here when it is not Restaurant Week.
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