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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
Man... so upsetting! The drinks and dessert were AMAZING! But the food? Horrible. I don’t know if it was an off night or because they’ve been there too long, it just was not up to par. Mr Chows, Phillippe, and Tao blow Hakksan out the water. Not worth the price and the Food was just ok. The only thing besides dessert and drinks that was good was the fried rice, but not worth a $500 bill. It was great for $10 rice.
The waiter pushed us to order more than we could eat. The food were greasy and unauthentic. We've been to many Michelin-starred restaurants around the world, and Hakkasan is one of the greatest disappointments. Overall a terrible experience & would tell my friends to avoid this restaurant.
Reserved a table for four persons 3 months in advance as this was new years eve. While ordering our food specifically informed waiter that our orders should be separate as one of us does not tolerate fish. Ordered chicken fried rice for main course but they served fish fried rice. No apology was given - food abruptly removed and waiter scolded the person like a 5 year old "you should have informed me" and handed the menu for a new order !
Do you realize the consequences of serving fish products to a person who is allergic ?? Understand that mistakes can be made but no apology is completely unacceptable. When bill arrived only the "chicken fried aka fish fried rice" had been removed. Prompted our waiter for apology and only then got a worthless "sorry". Our bill ran for +400 USD but we will never be dining there again needless to say.
The food was outstanding. The service was good but the server took a very long time to take our order. They made up for it by paying very close attention after that and this redeemed themselves .
The crispy duck was certainly one of the best I have ever had !
Didn’t meet my expectations. I had been twice before at Hakkassan Miami and thought that since this was their “New York” was going to be better than Miami ‘s but the food was pretty average. Not a flavor to remember. The service was very kind though. But For me it was a “Very expensive PF Chang meal” nothing more.
Service and food was excellent. My only criticism is to tone down or eliminate entirely the incense -- it hits you in the entry vestibule and continues throughout the restaurant. It overpowers the food and drinks and is very distracting (especially if you don't care for an incense smell). I understand the need for the Asian vibe, but the food, decor, and ambiance speak for themselves.
My husband and I frequently dine at the Hakkasan in Miami Beach where the food and service are impeccable. Our experience today at the NYC location did not disappoint on the food aspect but the service was pretty terrible. The restaurant was severely affected understaffed. It took a long while to receive our food. We never received our tea until mid way through the meal and then they gave us a different flavor than what we ordered because they said they ran out of the flavor we selected. Turns out the one they brought us was more expensive but they didn't bother to share that until the bill came. The busboy was barely around to refill our water or clear the table. All in all a disappointing experience.
Service was very slow. We told them we had a show to go to. We had to ask someone to take our order. Then we had to have them check on the food. Two dishes came undercooked which the took back and subtracted from the menu but it doesn't make for a great dining experience.
I celebrated my birthday here last night and we all had a wonderful time. I was running a bit late and was able to move my reservation back 45 mins w/o a problem. We sat by the bar as my party of 6 arrived one by one. Bartenders were very nice and attentive. Drinks were great but pricey (expected at a restaurant such as this). Food over all was pretty good. One chicken dish we didn’t like too much and sent it back (which was taken off the bill). Overall a great dining experience and we will return in the future.
We had a wonderful reunion with friends from our trip to China. Lychee Martini is the best drink I've ever had. We've eaten at Hakkasan NY before and they just hit it out of the ball park everytime. From the service to the quality and creativeness of the food you can't get any better than this. Our friends had the vegetarian tasting menu and it was unbelievably good. You won't go wrong with anything you order here. Thank you again!
We enjoyed dim sum plates and cocktails before a show. Execution & flavor of everything was excellent with one small complaint. The fried shrimp dim sum was designed for drama with 5-inch 'streamers' of dumpling strips shooting up and therefore an incredibly awkward food to eat. It is a basic dumpling that they've added drama to...not to good effect!
We had the Hakka steamed dim sum (perfection), the jasmine pork ribs (delectable!), the green salad, in addition to the shrimp dumplings. The staff was excellent. We ended the meal with the black sesame & chocolate dumplings which were a lovely explosion of flavor. (Thank you to the staff for the recommendation as we would have made a mess with 'ladylike' bites!)
It is an expensive night vs. many other options you could choose. But if you want to enjoy great service and a creative menu, then it is worth it.
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