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The chic understated elegance that this fine-dining Michelin star restaurant stands for, is matched by its menu offerings of modern Cantonese food. Head Chef Raymond Wong who has been instrumental in creating the ‘Only at’ local section of the menu, ensures that the local ingredients shine and the dishes are executed to perfection. 'Braised Indian Mutton with Taro' served in a clay pot, is a must-try dish. Dim sum lovers will relish the unique, neatly bundled, 'Black Fungus Dumpling'. Abundant vegetarian options available on the menu. The 'Hakka Hand-pulled Noodles' pair well with 'Stir-fry Tofu and French Beans'. Carnivores must-try the 'Golden Fried Soft Shell Crab'. The swish long blue bar with bartenders adeptly creating unique cocktails makes for a fascinating spectacle. The bespoke teas, especially the 'Strawberry and Champagne', is a must-have. For dessert, the 'Chocolate Raspberry Sphere', is a treat. The service is expectedly impeccable and the staff articulate and alert. Apart from regular favourites, the new additions and set menus are worth trying.
The food is impeccable. I came for dinner on a Monday night and ordered the hot and sour soup, hakka noodles, and mixed veggies, and it was all amazing. Additionally, it was easy to make reservations, great service, friendly host. For such a fancy place, I thought the prices were quite reasonable. I just wish I got to meet a celebrity.
The set mean served at a reasonable price ! Any dish is very tasty! The drinks n desserts are also worth trying ! A good place to celebrate
Hakkassan was a great choice for a fabulous quiet lunch on a Tuesday afternoon. The staff is attentive,knowledgeable and helpful and definitely not overbearing. The chilly tiger prawns with spring onions are perfectly flavoured. The chicken prawn dumplings seem pricey at 3/basket but succulent. The main course was burnt garlic edamame egg fried rice with prawn curry,flavourful and worth trying. Not spicy. The finale was the coconut dessert served in a Michelin style,brilliant Without drinks@2200 pax it is pricey but worth it. The only flaw in the restaurant is the dark elevator and passages
Hakkasan has to be the pinnacle of Asian cuisine. Having visited the London restaurant I had to visit the Mumbai equivalent and I was not disappointed. The entrance is stunning, the restaurant is very subtly lit and has a great feel and vibe to it. The service is very good and the food arrives at your table very quickly, every dish is a delight to eat. We stayed in Juhu for our trip and the restaurant was about 40-50 minute cab ride but was well worth the journey. A must to do.
Hakkasan one of the best Asian Cuisine restaurant in Mumbai. This restaurant can be places in a high-end Luxury Restaurant not only because of its Ambiance and Menu but because the way they treat the customers it gives you a feeling of Royalty. Let’s first start with the Restaurant’s Ambiance. The Look of the restaurant is based on metal and wood Finishing with blue led lights which give a feel of being in a premium lounge. The Sitting are divided into three formats i.e. Couch Sitting , Couple Sitting and Bar Sitting . The Table is set around One Plate, two small Bowls , Spoon Fork and Chopsticks. As soon as you sit on your table they provide you with a Cold wet towel to refresh yourself. I really liked it caused it was a good refreshing feeling and much needed when travel for along distance. Well now it's food time. Their food concept is divided into "A Le Carte" and "Fixed Lunch/Dinner Menu." The Fixed menu is also further classified into 3 Course meal to 6 Course Meal. Depending on which option you choose you can pick 1-2 dishes from around 4-6 varieties in every course. Again the course is equally divided into Veg and Non-veg so get a full round options to eat from. Another unique part of the fixed meal is that its starters is usually a Small bite which means its just 2 pieces due to which even a 6 course meal is not that heavy to consume. A le Carte menu is also bifurcated into- Chinese, Thai and Cantonese. They have a well sorted menu with a good selections. Another good part about the menu is that its have Starters to Desserts. So you get to choose from a good varities of options depending upon your appetite. I had ordered around 8 different dishes which had 2 veg rest all non veg dishes. Every dish is well presented and dressed before its placed on your table. The Dimsums are always brought in double boiled bamboo basket due to which the dish remains hot and juicy for a longer period of time. My recommendation for dimsum will be "Spicy Chicken Dimsum" and "Prawns Dimsum". Their soup is also very well made, Its thick with a good texture and you can smell the aroma very prominatly. Their main course is something you should always try cause its not something you get to eat every day. Its nicely prepared in different sauce like Bean sauce, Soya sauce, Pepper sauce and much mote. My Recommendation will be "Chicken in Black Bean Sauce" and "Tofu in Soya Sauce". I loved the ambience and the food so will you. If you are planning to try something different and wish to spend a happy time I surly recommend this restaurant. The Deserts are not something new but very delicious to try it. But do remember to try the Teas. Its no like your usually tea like green tea or herb tea. It’s a mixture of many different ingredient which includes wine, herbs, honey, cinnamon, etc . My recommendations is Ice Wine Tea.
India has become an attractive playground for international culinary brands. They have come to realize the amazing potential of Indian fine dining market, which has gained a polished sheen over the years due to trendiest and fanciest of eateries piercing the market. Every global cuisine is welcomed here, no matter how exotic or eccentric. Indian palate has become sophisticated and are eager to learn even more. One celebrated brand name arrived on Mumbai’s shores with a lot of pomp and show. With awaited breath, Mumbaikers welcomed ‘Hakkasan’ to its glittery fold and shifted to fit it on Waterfield Road in Bandra West. The locality was an ideal fit for a posh restaurant like Hakkasan. The understated elegance of the restaurant beckoned Mumbaikers and once they tasted the food, there was no other place for them.
Hakkasan is a popular restaurant of international repute. It’s known for its modern Cantonese offerings and gives its patrons an excellent meal made of high quality ingredients. Other than the a la carte menu, the restaurant’s set menu gained instant popularity with the gourmets. It allowed them to sample little bit of everything without squandering too much time, of which they are always in short of. The chef is a master of his craft. You will agree with that too after having just one bite. The bill will be quite hefty, be prepared for that. Make your first course of, wild mushroom & vegetable wrap, fried soft shell crab, crispy duck salad and grilled vegetable shanghai dumplings. After whetting your appetite with starters move along to, wok-fried lobster in XO sauce, mabo tofu, hakka braised pork belly, chilli prawns with mantao and peking duck with ossetra caviar.
Wash it all down with one of their unique refreshing cocktails. The place is highly sought after, book ahead. In desserts, mousse cake, cinnamon-pineapple ice cream, chocolate cheese cake and choco bomb will do very nicely. Finish with a pot of gourmet Chinese tea. It’s highly recommended. Similar to the menu, Hakkasan’s décor reflects the same sleek modern element. Interiors are very swish and mostly comprising of wooden finishes but the addition of electric blue LED lights in bar lifts up the entire scene. Have a few drinks at the glowing bar before moving onto the main dining table. A private dining room is up for grabs for those looking for a bit of seclusion. A contemporary glamourous space.