The Hakkasan restaurant chain first opened in London in 2001 and has been famed for its modern take on traditional Cantonese cuisine ever since.
The Fontainebleau Miami Beach location, opened in 2003, brings the Michelin starred dining experience to the sunniest and most lavish coast of America.
The combination of acclaimed food and drink minds ensures that every aspect of the experience has been honed to perfection.
Chef Jian Heng Loo spent twenty years in Asia exploring classic Oriental dishes, developing his skills in specific cultural cuisine and fine-tuning a personal, innovative style that makes each recipe unique. This is combined with the lifetime expertise of acclaimed sommelier Brian Grandison, certified from the Court of Master Sommelier. Further alcoholic selections are organised by head bartender Carla Rivera, who trained in Cyprus and Turkey and was ranked in the top US fifteen at the Diageo World Class Cocktail Competition Finals.
This collection of fine talent means that everything on their extensive menu has been designed to provide you with a very specific luxury. The wide selection offers something to suit any taste or dietary requirement and includes broad ranges of meat, fish, other seafood, vegetable, poultry and tofu dishes. The prices vary from only $6, for plain jasmine rice, to almost $200, for their Peking duck with Petrossian caviar. Most dishes fall somewhere between $20 and $60.
They also offer a special weekend Dim Sum lunch, available Saturdays and Sundays from midday until 2.45pm. This includes a selection of stir fry, soups, vegetable dishes and traditional Cantonese dumplings for a set price of $33 per person.
Reservations must be made for any table, with two private dining rooms (the Ling Ling rooms) available for hire that seat either 20 or 40 people, or can be combined to fit a party of up to 60. There is also seating available for up to 20 at the Chef’s table, where you can get to really know the mind behind this contemporary-traditional cuisine.