Hakkasan, Zagat rated as "top-of-the-charts" and a "unique, transporting" experience, made its US debut at Fontainebleau. The AAA Four Diamond Award recipient offers diners authentic Cantonese fare, complemented by a diverse collection of wines and sake, in a sleek setting with an alluring vibe.View Private Dining Details
As always, the food was great - veggie based plus protein based dim sum (mix the hot dipping sauce with the hoisin duck sauce = wonderful dipping sauce). We've had their superb Peking Duck before so we wanted to try something different. We opted for their abalone - very $, but abalone is always $. This came as a whole abalone in a wonderful "meaty" broth and a superbly steamed & carved bok choi (probably the best cooked bok choi we have ever had). The mollusk was incredibly tender and so flavorful - the more you chewed it, the more layers of flavors evolved.
Good options for vegetarians!
Muy buena en general
It was amazing!!! Our waiter was fabulous , the food was excellent, and the atmosphere very cool!
Best restaurant in Miami Beach! It’s always a pleasure to come back here every time I am in Miami.
love, the food was perfect and the place and well legal .... earned
Very expensive for food that is just a bit above average. We also felt a rushed as the food arrived only a few minutes after ordering.
I’m a huge foodie have been to Italy three times I’ve been trained by a Michelin chef and have the highest of standards and found this to be in my top five meals ever best Asian food quality seafood excellent service great ambience we were there for the Chinese lunar new year and got to put a fortune on the wall excellent excellent evening
Still one of the Best restaurants in Miami
The restaurant is over the top loud so dont go expecting a quite atmosphere. We were out looking for a scene so it was perfect for this particular night. The food was delicious however the “prawns” are just the same tiger shrimp you get at publix for $7.99 a pound. I pointed this out to my wife and the waiter suddenly apeared in front of me flipping out; apparently he somehow heard me and was incredibly upset that I called the “prawns” just regular florida shrimp. He felt he had to justify that they are prawns, their size, and that I was wrong. This is a real turn off at any restaurant let alone one were rice, shrimp and chicken with snap peas is $120.