Hakkasan

Hakkasan

Chinese Restaurant and Dim Sum Restaurant$$$$
Hell's Kitchen, New York
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  • Phuong H.
    Phuong HJune 30
    Dimsum is really tasty and carefully crafted, pair it with The Hakka --> Asia Express!
  • Alvaro V.
    Good food but the have no idea how to treat customers, Slow service we had to order severa times our service
  • Kai C.
    Kai CaoMarch 15
    The Hakka has a yogurt flavor and it is amazing!
  • Jorge U.
    Three things: Shanghai dumplings (any dumpling really), Peking duck (best in NYC) and spicy seafood rice
  • L B.
    L BJanuary 13
    Quick great service, yummy food cocktails. They accommodated a group of 5 easily. While in Times Sq. area hidden enough to not feel like it.
  • clarissa v.
    clarissa vazquezDecember 24, 2015
    I die for the prawn dumplings. I could eat them everyday. Service was spectacular.
  • Trae F.
    Trae FJuly 31, 2015
    Had a business dinner here with a limited menu. I tried everything on it and it was fantastic. Can't wait to come back.
  • Tian X.
    Tian XieJuly 1, 2015
    Everything was fantastic - steamed dim sum, crispy duck salad, but especially the cod in champagne and honey sauce. Also, definitely check out the smokey negroni!
  • Pramod P.
    Pramod PaiMay 8, 2015
    Dim sum lovers will enjoy the Sunday dim sum brunch, which offers an array of steamed dim sum options. http://freshnyc.com/chinese/haute-cantonese-chinese-cuisine-times-square-hakkasan
  • Venkatesh K.
    http://freshnyc.com/chinese/haute-cantonese-chinese-cuisine-times-square-hakkasan fantastic service did not disappoint
  • Jobina H.
    Jobina HardyFebruary 20, 2015
    Went during #NYCrestaurantweek and had a great deal set menu - food just as delicious and price was incredible!
  • Coracora W.
    Coracora WFebruary 6, 2015
    Lovely food but felt terribly rushed by staff, restaurant wasn't even that busy. Here to enjoy this, give me some time (+ space!) Disappointed by dirty glasses and sediment in glass. Michelin starred?
  • John A.
    John AntosFebruary 1, 2015
    Uber trendy modern Chinese. Expensive, but nice drinks at the bar. Try the smoker... And take time to watch them make the drink. Recommend: vegetarian dim sum appetizer and eggplant main dish.
  • Jean L.
    Jean L.January 28, 2015
    Dessert fruit platter and dim sum dishes are tasty and impressive. Overall presentations have a modern and creative twist.
  • Joan P.
    Joan ParkJanuary 26, 2015
    ordered starred dishes on the menu and they were all amazing! MUSTS: dim sum platter, spicy prawns, black pepper rib eye & peking duck!!
  • Chieko B.
    Chieko BonnaDecember 29, 2014
    Upscale Chinese with amazing dim sum. Everything was delicious. I highly recommend har gau, Crispy beancurd prawn cheung fun, and duck salad. Try their sorbet for refreshing after the meal.
  • Mim S.
    Mim SinNovember 8, 2014
    This Chinese restaurant has one Michelin star. The menu didn't wow me. The food was nice and brought on time. The food was good. Pricey.
  • Michael J.
    Michael JonesNovember 1, 2014
    Vladimir is the best bartender in the world! Incredible food, amazing cocktails, never too busy, and smells like a spa. Cool place.
  • Bennett
    BennettSeptember 8, 2014
    As a life long dim sum lover, I was pleasantly surprised to find such quality here. The fried rice is also very good.
  • Beachmom01
    Beachmom01August 15, 2014
    Great restaurant and lounge. The Summer Palace drink was amazingly refreshing, the dim sum. platter was a feast to the eyes but nothing beat the sesame prawns with foie gras. Simply memorable.
  • Monica D.
    Monica DesaiJuly 27, 2014
    Not only is their restaurant week menu amazing, but they are also giving out gift vouchers for the same face value to return!
  • PureWow
    PureWowJuly 2, 2014
    For those looking for a quick pre-theater meal, Hakkasan is close enough to Times Square but far enough away from the pedestrian masses. Read more
  • tom a.
    tom andrewsApril 17, 2014
    This place is perfect for a night where you feel like treating yourself to something extraordinary. The service, food, and atmosphere are fantastic.
  • Michelle A.
    Michelle AragonFebruary 21, 2014
    You must get the dim sum, it's so delicious! Duck salad is a nice second.
  • Warrent S.
    Warrent SattJanuary 14, 2014
    Exquisite, Shanghai‑chic decor sets the swank mood at this new Theater District outpost of the London‑based chain, fielding extraordinary Cantonese‑inspired dishes with Western accents. . .
  • D
    DJanuary 11, 2014
    Eh... Very well done and complete atmosphere, though it may not be to your taste. My advice is to have an appetizer and cocktails, but skip dinner. The food is just okay... Service was weird at best..
  • Frank F.
    Frank ForsterDecember 8, 2013
    Not a typical dim sum experience. Dim sum ordered a la carte. Service on this Sunday morning was quite inexperienced. Dim sum was good but again not the typical selection. Location is very impressive!
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    Dim sum is delicious: chive dumplings, sticky rice w/ chicken, duck-stuffed pumpkin puffs. Also try sea bass or gai lan. – Green Guide Editor
  • Ashley P.
    Ashley ParrishSeptember 7, 2013
    Try the smoky negroni. Watch the bartender prepare it, might just be the best show in Times Square.
  • brendan w.
    brendan wallaceAugust 16, 2013
    My favourite London restaurant now my favourite NY restaurant ... Try the awesome smoky negroni. Dim sum platters amazing too!
  • Krishnan R.
    Krishnan RamachandranAugust 3, 2013
    Great food! Lovely ambience. Overall a very good experience. Will surely be back.
  • Maia W.
    Maia WailanaJuly 25, 2013
    all it takes is fabulous service and fantastic food.. and you are reminded that you are in heart of NYC!!
  • Shagun M.
    Shagun MehandruJuly 22, 2013
    Service was attentive, drinks were strong, food was incredible but obviously small portions & pricey. That comes with the territory. Go.
  • Candace C.
    Candace ChangJuly 7, 2013
    Agreed, the dim sum platter is great for lunch. But I'm OBSESSED with the tofu aubergine and Chilean sea bass! Love the decor too
  • Paul G.
    Paul GuerzonJune 3, 2013
    Great date spot, a good place to weed out the culinarily incompatible...sweet and sour what, check please...love the family style portions too, good for groups of synesthesiacs.
  • Alexander L.
    Alexander LeeFebruary 13, 2013
    Horrible service. I was seated at 730p and my order didn't arrive until 911p. Waiter says that the kitchen was busy while the table seated after me ate, paid and left. No accountability from staff.
  • Jake Spencer H.
    Jake Spencer HammelJanuary 28, 2013
    Get the Crispy Duck Salad or you'll regret missing out. Heaven in every bite!
  • BlackBook Magazine
    BlackBook MagazineJanuary 25, 2013
    This Michelin-starred, high-class Chinese spot in Hell’s Kitchen is the king of the prix-fixe: Seven courses. $98. Come hungry, leave perhaps too full for nooky, but you’ll make it through.
  • Chavelli
    ChavelliDecember 11, 2012
    Finally, a spot in NY with good dim sum. It may not be 100% traditional but coming from someone from Hong Kong it's better than every other place in NYC! Delicate and authentic flavors with creativity
  • Claudette F.
    Claudette FeldmanOctober 21, 2012
    Vegetarians: the greens/asparagus salad sucks, don't get it! Weird dressing. The vegetarian tofu is amazing so is the rice &: the sea bass is delicious!
  • Patty R.
    Patty RiceOctober 11, 2012
    Our server, Ashley C., went above and beyond. Wonderful food and accommodating service:-)
  • Maybelline New York
    Maybelline New YorkSeptember 5, 2012
    Palatial with white marble and soft leather, this Chinese restaurant is as stylish as it is delicious. Stir-fry lotus root is to die for.
  • Tudor L.
    Tudor LeuMay 14, 2012
    Upscale Chinese food imported from London. Pricey, but top quality. Go for dim sum.
  • Kyle T.
    Kyle TuckApril 28, 2012
    Obviously Dorothy doesn't understand the Highest of caliber this place holds. You are paying for what you get and that is the best of the best in modern Chinese. Enjoy! :-D
  • Dorothy J.
    Dorothy Jean ChangApril 19, 2012
    Amazing dim sum and decor but def overpriced and way too big. I don't expect it to last very long. Go while it exists. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListApril 14, 2012
    This glitzy Cantonese chain from London is now open in Midtown West. The lengthy menu includes dishes both lavish ($345 Peking duck with Kaluga cavia) and familiar ($10 hot and sour soup). Read more
  • Nadia P.
    Nadia PApril 13, 2012
    Vegetarian Dim sum is delicious to start with. dumplings have really tender skins. Finish with the chocolate orange...not too sweet chocolate mousse balanced by a blood orange sorbet
  • Albert S.
    Albert SomozaApril 11, 2012
    Finally in NY! Start off with a Smoky Negroni - a twist on a classic cocktail with a Grand Marnier smoke infusion- simply sublime!
  • Christina M.
    Christina MullikinApril 10, 2012
    The steamed dumplings. You must. Ask the sommelier to pair a good Riesling with it, you never knew wine could pair so well with chinese cuisine!
  • Jase K.
    Jase KimApril 9, 2012
    NYC outpost just as good as the Miami one. Mushroom lettuce wraps and shacha sea bass! Pair with a Double Cross martini by Camille and you're set!
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