Hakkasan

AAA FOUR DIAMOND AWARD

BEST OF AWARD OF EXCELLENCE
- WINE SPECTATOR 2014

"One of the most well-known fancy Chinese restaurants in town that sits pretty inside the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, has been providing its elite customers with plenty of unique Chinese cuisine inside an ultra-chic dining room."
- Zagat food critic, Carissa Chesanek

TOP 50 BEST RESTAURANT IN THE WORLD HAS LIVED UP TO EXPECTATIONS
Hakkasan is recognized as the pioneering concept that single-handedly changed the face of Chinese cuisine within the United Kingdom. Since 2003, the Michelin starred London location has set the standard for Chinese cuisine and haute Chinois interior design. The name "Hakkasan" pays homage to the ‘Hakka’ people from the New Territories of Hong Kong while ‘san’ is the respectful Japanese form of address. Although Hakkasan is rooted in the culinary traditions of China, the restaurant’s philosophy and cuisine are not chained by convention. This award-winning restaurant has made its U.S. debut at Fontainebleau and offers diners Modern Chinese fare complimented by a diverse menu of New World wines and sake. The restaurant, located on the fourth floor rooftop, is a seductive enclave of rich textures and hues.

RESERVE A TABLE ONLINE
or call 877-326-7412

GROUP RESERVATIONS (15 OR MORE) 
Contact Gail Karas at 305-674-4706 or gkaras@fontainebleau.com

HOURS OF OPERATION
Sun - Thu

Dinner & Lounge | 6 PM - 11 PM
Fri & Sat
Dinner & Lounge
 | 6 PM - 12 AM

GOLDEN WEEK

Monday, September 29 through Sunday, October 12, 2014

Fans of Hakkasan will have the opportunity to take part in a sumptuous dining experience as the restaurant debuts a special menu in celebration of Golden Week, China’s biggest national holiday.

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ZAGAT RATED

“Just like the one in London, but with a much hotter crowd”, “contemporary” Chinese provides “top-of-the-charts” fare in a “beautifully designed” space in the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, distinguished by “private” niches with ornately carved screens; “no question, it’s expensive”, but a “well-trained” crew enhances the “unique, transporting” experience.