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About Hakkasan - New York
Located in Hell's Kitchen, Hakkasan New York offers a distinctive experience where modern authentic Cantonese cuisine, world-class mixology and dramatic design converge. The dining experience is intimate and chic, inviting guests to taste the artistry created by Michelin-starred Chef Ho Chee Boon. The culinary journey features dishes inspired by local flavors and influences as well as Hakkasan classics such as stir-fried black pepper rib-eye beef with Merlot and silver cod with champagne and Chinese honey suited for any sophisticated palate. Accompanying the delectable menu are expansive wine and cocktail programs, carefully curated by the talented Hakkasan mixologists.
New York, NY 10036
Chinese, Dim Sum
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily - 11:30am – 3:00pm
Dinner: Daily - 5:00pm – 11pm
Ling Ling: Daily - 5:00pm – close
8th and 9th Ave
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Our resident DJ spins Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 7pm to close
Michelin-starred Chef Ho Chee Boon
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Late Night, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Hakkasan New York can accommodate private events from 10 to 350 guests. Please call the restaurant directly to request additional information regarding special event accommodations.
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Hakkasan New York can accommodate private parties from 10 to 350 guests. Please fill in your information below and Tatiane Thompson will contact you as soon as possible to book your event. If you’d prefer to talk now, please call us at (646) 738-6677.
Hakkasan - New York Ratings and Reviews
Good for a Sunday lunch with family (seniors and kid). Modern setting and music with comfortable seating. Not traditional Chinese decoration. Food is good. Some dishes are too salty according to my taste, but overall is good. Service is appropriate. A nice experience.
Honestly, I felt that management changed or at least that was the feeling. It took us long to order food, they didn’t have Penkin Duck which is one of their staples, this time it was different I don’t think I will go again unfortunately. It was not the experience we had before.....! Our Servent was ok, but again it took a long, long time for us to order food and ask for the check.....!
LOVE THIS PLACE... food is incredibly tasty. Lots of fun options. Not cheap but a totally upscale Chinese/dim sum place with a new wave twist. Awesome cocktails. Peking Duck was stellar. Shrimp toast yummy and noodles were delicious. Because its Chinese New Year loved the drums and Chinese dragon parading thru the restaurant. Cute touch. We will be back for sure.
I've been to the restaurant in SF, but this was my first visit to the one in NYC. My memory says the food in SF was better. Although having said that, the food at this restaurant was also good, but didn't fall into the category of "to die for". We ordered the lotus root stir fry, a mock chicken dish and chicken in a claypot dish. All were good, but not great. The Hakka noodles were okay - no better, no worse than any other place I've had similar dishes. The cocktails were also good. Excellent service.
Amazing as always. The Peking Duck is not to be missed. The Fried soft shell crab with egg yolk and the duck salad for appetizers are delicious. Also the sea bass is another favorite. Special house made macarons replace fortune cookies for dessert. I’d give more than 5 stars if I could!
Food a mix of good and mediocre. Service was terrible. Food and drink arrived in a random order but essentially all at once - choose which dish you want to be cold when you eat it and have your cocktail after your main course. Real disappointment after what we are used to at Hakkasan Hanway Place in London. The NY version is clearly trading on the name and reputation but not living up to expectations.
I chose this restaurant after a NY Times article that mentioned the fortune cookies (as good a reason as any for choosing a restaurant in NYC). We had a wonderful lunch (the dim sum) and the food and service was excellent. When the check came, I mentioned the fortune cookies and was told they only serve them at dinner. I said I was sorry to hear that since it was the reason I picked the restaurant. The hostess just shrugged and walked away. Put a bit of a damper on an otherwise lovely meal in a beautiful place. For a $125 lunch I think she could have found one in the kitchen??
The Pecking Duck is good
However, the design of the restaurant is confusing. There are blue, watery lights and Chinese window framing, which don't match at all. The music is not pleasant.
The rest of the food is fine but overpriced
The fortune cookie as macaroons are creative but they don't taste good. The messages in the fortune cookies are discouraging and pointless.
I made a reservation 2 weeks prior to my dining visit. The restaurant was crowded as expected however they severely lacked proper staffing. Food clearly took far too long to bring out & even when they finally did serve the main course they neglected to bring the side rice which accompanied the main dish which took 25 minutes to then bring. I finally went over & spoke to the general manager & expressed my great disappointment. I dine out very often for both business purposes as well as for pleasure & I must say this was far below poor. Thumbs down big time
This beautiful restaurant never fails to please and awe us. The design is gorgeous; the food is delicious and the servers are gracious. The lunch is a bargain considering the wonderful quantity and quality of the sushi. I have ordered small plates which are very unusual. The fresh fruit drinks are also tasty. This is a not to miss experience. Hakkasan is hiding in plain sight on a rather run down block which also houses the Second Stage Theater. Don't miss it!!!!
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