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Hakkasan Group’s wine lists share the same innovative overall structure, with wines separated by quirky categories, like ‘new classics: genius without a château’, or ‘blends: the art of the winemaker’. All have a superlative range of wines, with a heartening willingness to go off the beaten track, as well as reassure diners with a strong selection of Burgundy. An object lesson in professionalism and imagination.
A favourite restaurant is like a good friend. Sometimes you don't see each other that often but when you do you know it'll be lovely, exciting and just as familiar as ever.Hakkasan has long been one of my favourite restaurants in London and when my foodie friend Theresa came to town I was keen for her to try it out. I don't get to see Theresa often as she lives in Bristol, but when I do its like we've never been apart. Lots of old familiar jokes, good times and plenty of wine!...
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Miss S popped back into town this week, on a "little" (5 week) holiday from home. We headed to Hakkasan for lots of food and tonnes of giggles...
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After all the talk of my friends telling me how amazing this place was, I finally, after about a year got around to going for my birthday dinner. Located at Bruton Street in Mayfair, I almost walked right past with very limited signage apart from one security guard to open the massive dark wooden door for you. We started the evening with abit of home away from home – a nice bottle of Hawkes Bay, New Zealand wine.The menu for both starters and mains seemed decent with plenty of variety. I was in my normal ‘indecisive’ mood but I had been informed about how amazing the Dim sum was so my first thought was to...
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Ok, Alan Yau. I get it. I take back all my former hesitations about selecting Hakkasan as my birthday dinner choice. You win. The food is utterly incredible. The atmosphere is ... meh ... but the food. Oh, the food. Can one even refer to it as food? I think it's deserving of a term that denotes a higher form of praise.Just last week, as I was walking past Les Trois Garcons on my way back from the launch party for Hair: Fashion and Fantasy, I looked inside and thought, maybe I should come here instead for dinner on my birthday, instead of Hakkasan Mayfair. Who needs pretentious Chinese food when you could...
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Hakkasan Mayfair’s intimate and luxurious private dining room caters for formal and informal occasions, and can be used for both sit-down dinners and canapé receptions for up to 14 seated guests. Please note: hiring this space requires a pre-agreed minimum spend.
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