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Phenomenal service! Fried dim sum platter was a little greasy but delicious. We had the Pipa duck was was so succulent, juicy and the skin was perfectly crispy. The lamb chops in XO sauce was extraordinary- perfectly cooked and so tender we literally cut them with a butter knife. The scallion egg fried rice with the XO sauce from the lamb was obscenely flavorful and just magical to eat. For dessert we had the coconut lime lychee plate with sorbet and granita... best dessert of my LIFE! Really this place is so hidden on 43rd street but beautiful and intimate inside. Completely worth every penny.
The prices need to be made less. It’s an amazing restaurant but the food prices need to be worked on.
Had a wonderful time. Food was excellent and wait staff were friendly.
Definitely not worth the cost. We had the tasting menu with truffle duck, cod, Brazilian lobster and veggies. The drinks are great but the food was not worth $168 per person. The dumplings in China Town were better and 1/10 the cost. Beautiful restaurant just not worth the cost.
Food Ambiacw and service were excv
Bit fancy but elegant Chinese. Would prefer a bit simpler
We were running late and they gave our table away. Made some excuse about how the computer bumped us after 15 mins, but we weren’t 15 mins late. Then they did nothing to make it up to us that evening. Didn’t leave us with a good feeling at all.
A really terrific Cantonese spot for pre and post theatre. We loved the space, the food was great, the service was top notch, and the staff is well-trained and professional.
The pika duck and the braised pork belly were outstanding
I'm so glad I made the reservation at Hakkasan for an anniversary/birthday date, after much internet searching for best Peking Duck restaurants in NYC. We ordered: dimsum platter (4 varieties, 2 of each), Peking Duck (half duck for $88 - NOT $38 as listed on OpenTable's menu), garlic peashoots, and panfried Shanghai dumplings. The Peking Duck was comparable to duck that I've had in Beijing with the right balance of juiciness and crispy skin, and the half-duck is plenty for 2 people. The dimsum platter was a unique twist on classic dimsum, and had high quality ingredients and craftsmanship, but was not worth the price in my opinion. Atmosphere and service was great - the hostess specifically held a corner booth for us. Overall vibe was modern, with dim blue lighting and design elements from traditional Chinese architecture. Would definitely recommend if your budget allows it.
Dining excellence: one of the finest wine lists, great food - especially the knock your socks off desserts and wonderful service.
Happened upon it searching for a nice lunch before show. it was excellent. food delicious and we are planning to return for dinner.
There was definitely great service and the food was high quality. However, we got the fried crab which did not sit well with me for the rest of the evening. It was an appetizer. The meal was delicious, I got the 3 mushroom stir fry, and the onion fried rice. The only other weird thing was the bathroom attendant who opened my stall and no other stall then smirked at me while watching me get out of the stall to wash my hands. No one else was in the bathroom which made this encounter extra weird.
Otherwise, I thought it was a nice restaurant with great service and good food.
This was my second visit, and it was even better than the last. The atmosphere is elegant - gorgeous wood and marble. The staff is attentive but not bothersome. The tableware is lovely. And the FOOD.... oh my! The pumpkin duck puffs are a thing of artistry. The cocktails are divine. Every item was beautifully prepared and tasty. This is an expensive meal, but it is worth it.
Superb service from start to finish, the hostess also ordered us an uber via her own phone. The waiter and bar staff were outstanding.
Food is stunning.
Fantastic service, wait staff answered any questions we had and made sure everything was perfect for us. The seabass was incredible; we got it as part of one of the signature menus, I would definitely order this again from the A La Carte menu. Look forward to dining there again
Nothing special for easter
The soft shell crab small plate was delicious, the Peking duck tasty, the udon noodles were very greasy and chicken fried rice bland.
The decor and atmosphere create such a cool vibe that, along with great food, cocktails and a wide ranging wine list makes it a special experience every time. One of our faves!
Came in after a show with my three older children. We arrived after a show. Minute we sat down we were rushed. Arrived at 10:15. Why take reservations if you are going to rush customers through. Kitchen closed at 11. That should have been plenty of time. Waiter was rude. Food was Luke warm at best, rushed out, and tasted like prepared hours earlier. I’ve dined here, and at other Hakkasan’s several times. Always been a special treat. This was simply unacceptable. It was so bad - the waiter encouraged to get dessert elsewhere as he had to go. Could have had better food at a corner Chinese restaurant. Can’t spend that kind of money for this. I’m so disappointed. Also, no one, was kind. Not a smilie from anyone who worked there. Must be a pretty bad place to work.
Poor quality, super overpriced. Fails on every account: bad food, ridiculous prices, cheesy atmosphere and mediocre service. Save your money and go somewhere else
Topnotch service, amazing Chinese fare.
Fine cuisine and excellent service from the waitress!
Would have appreciated if the table was in the corner or so. Lacked privacy
Excellent food expensive but delicious and in heart of theater district
Food very disappointing for the price. Could have gotten the same at a good neighborhood place.
this was sensational for a pre theater lunch. Food was excellent, not too expensive, ambience lovely, and service efficient.
Excellent in every way
The meal and cocktails were delicious. The service was outstanding including the coat check woman, the hostesses, the waitress and the bus persons. The waitress in particular was wonderdul - attentive, efficient and kind. We had a lovely evening.
A great alternative to the Times Square mediocre restaurants. Delicious, creative Asian cuisine, knowledgeable, friendly staff and a hip decor/ambiance.
Terrific food -- THe bok choy was great. The fried Szechuan dumplings were very good but not superb. The curry shrimp was succulent and lovely. The pipi duck was excellent.
Waiter- very helpful!
Drinks were the best part!!
Very hip and inventive menu and ambience. Great for a group and small plate sharing. Highly recommended, but can get pricey.
Hostess staff was a bit pretentious and not very welcoming.
The wait staff was fantastic (as was the duck salad). Unfortunately, other options, though good, were not worth the price or the hype the restaurant typically gets.
Whilst in NY for the day my family happened upon Hakkasan and we made an early dinner reservation. What a great place, reminiscent of Buddakan in Philly (if you've ever been) but more discrete and a little quieter. All the food was excellent, I can barely pick my favorite but it was probably the stir fried lamb strap which melted in my mouth. The cocktails and mocktails were also excellent. We're looking forward to a return trip
The staff here really knows how to treat regulars really well! Our office is just upstairs so we go whenever we can :)
Great modern Chinese food. All dishes are high quality and served beautifully. Great cocktails and amazing bartender. Also impressive wine list and very competent sommelier. Nice ambience and buzzy but not too loud. Not cheap by any standard but a worth it all in all.