Follow Us  
Restaurants > Chinese

HAKKASAN NEW YORK
More Chinese Listings... | Submit Listing Changes/Additions | Send this link to a friend

311 W. 43rd St.
212-776-1818
hakkasan.com/newyork

Michelin-starred Hakkasan is an elegant oasis in the hubbub of Times Square. This is one of several Hakkasans that can be found in world capitals, including the flagship in London. International Development Chef Ho Chee Boon gives a modern flair to very traditional Cantonese cuisine. Hakkasan is big and bold yet it retains the special grace of traditional Asian hospitality. There are several small dining rooms, separated by wooden latticework, and the Ling Ling lounge, with a hypnotic moving-image backdrop behind the long bar, is a place to enjoy a Hakka, a tall cocktail made of vodka, sake, coconut, passion fruit, and lychee.

Hakkasan is dim sum heaven and you can make a selection from the “small eat” section of the menu—at dinner they offer baskets in 3 options, hakka steamed dim sum, vegetarian steamed dim sum, or fried dim sum platter; the full dim sum menu is available seven days a week lunch/brunch—so order a basket of eight plump and delicious steamed dumplings. Dim sum means “touch the heart” in China, where it began as a snack to have after work with tea, just to stave off hunger. (You can do the same here for there is a wide selection of Chinese tea.) Dim sum selections include scallop shumai, prawn and Chinese chive, black pepper duck, and more. Peking duck is taken seriously and prepared in a traditional oven that was brought over from (Hong Kong) China. You can order a superb whole Peking duck with rare Kaluga caviar and XO sauce for $275, or for considerably less, without caviar for $88. Try the tasty Crispy Duck Salad with pomelo, pine nut and shallot in a tangy citrus and pomegranate dressing.

A wonderful fresh Coconut Pudding topped with a slice of caramelized spiced pineapple seems too beautiful to eat. But dig in for delicious cubes of lime spongecake, coconut, and a scoop of coconut sorbet.

Saturday and Sunday brunch: 11:30am – 3:00pm

Sunday dinner: 5:30pm – 10:00pm

Monday-Wednesday dinner: 5:30 – 11:00pm

Thursday – Saturday dinner: 5:30pm – 12:00am

-- Marian Betancourt

Visit the Activity Planner for More Great Activities

CityGuideNY.com Articles About Hakkasan New York:

Click Here to Purchase Tickets to NYC Shows & Attractions!


 Advertising |  Add a Calendar Event |  Bookmarks |  Company News |  Contact Us | Jobs @ City Guide
 Suggest a Listing

 For More Content Visit: Concierge Choice Awards | Promenade Magazine | NY Metro Parents Magazine
Bar Bat Mitzvah Book | NYC Activities | NYC Dining | NYC Discounts | NYC Events
NYC Museums | NYC Shopping | NYC Theater

Contact us. All Materials Copyright 2014 Davler Media Group, LLC
View Privacy Policy | Terms of Service

NBA Store - $10 Gift Card With Spalding Basketball Purchase
Dave & Buster's Coupon - Times Square - New York City - Free $20 Game Play
HBO Shop Coupon - Buy More, Save More
Sony Store - Free Gift Card With $99+ Purchase
Click Here for More Discounts...
· The Grand Tour - American Museum of Natural History on July 29, 2014
· Target First Saturday - Brooklyn Museum on August 02, 2014
· NYC Parks 2014: New Artwork, Spaces, Hidden Gems
· The Best Live Music and Concert Venues in New York City
· This Week in NYC
· NYC Theater Notes: Priscilla in Pippin, Living on the Fringe & More
· Rock of Ages on Broadway: Nothin’ but a Good Time
· Yankee Stadium Tours: A True Blue Yankees Experience
· Himalayan Happy Hour Shop & Cafe - Rubin Museum of Art on July 23, 2014
· NYC Restaurant Week Summer 2014 July 21-Aug. 15
Click Here for More News...
Click below to contact our NYC Experts for suggestions on group activities & more:
Dining
Sightseeing
Nightlife
Theater 
Shopping
Transportation
buy tickets | find savings | set your itinerary
Chelsea
Chinatown
East Village
Financial District
Greenwich Village
Harlem
Little Italy
Lower East Side
Midtown East
Midtown West
Soho
Theater District
Times Square
Tribeca
Upper East Side
Upper West Side

LOGIN
 email:

password:


save
 Forgot Password?