Hakkasan Hanway Place is the original Hakkasan restaurant. This Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant designed by Christian Liaigre, has re-created the luxurious glamour of the past by combining Chinese history, tradition and architecture.
Wooden lattice screens carved out of dark English oak invite discerning guests for a unique dining experience with contemporary cuisine from Chef Tong Chee Hwee.
The menu has a strong Chinese ethnic identity with an ethos of Cantonese cooking that will be informed by a progressive approach, underpinned by authenticity rather than traditionalism.
The bar has created an innovative range of Asian inspired cocktails.
Hakkasan Hanway Place have recently launched "Dim Sum Sundays": a weekly lunch event hosted by resident lounge DJs, available every Sunday from midday until 6.45pm.
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8 Hanway Place
Fine food, excellent service! Everything we ordered was tasty. You cannot go wrong with anything on the menu!more
I was really looking forward to this place, and the food was definitely good, but it was incredibly expensive for what we were served. My husband and two kids spent $300 on lunch (lunch!) and the food was good but didn't blow me away. I don't spend that kind of cash to have a decent lunch.more
I admit it was a selfish idea to bring my husband here for his birthday. We have both wanted to come here for ages but never seem to remember to, as its smack bang in the middle of Oxford Street/Tottenham Court Road. There is another Hakkasan in Mayfair but we wanted to try the original. We were staying at the Hoxton so we had a nice stroll to the restaurant for a pre dinner drink. Our table...more
Really nice inside. Dark and moody and a little hidden away but I like that. Eventhough it's very close to the hustle of Oxford St.
All about the Dim Sum and some cocktails. Couldn't fault the taste and quality. Pricey but that is to be expected for the reputation you know you are getting.
Will be back for one of their deals they often have running like Dim Sum Sundays.more
This is a truly great restaurant. The style of food is called "Modern Chinese," and as that implies they take liberties with the classic style and present avant-garde dishes. I went with my granddaughter for their Sunday brunch and we both enjoyed a wonderful meal. One of our favorite dishes was the Crispy Duck Salad, but we also liked the Steamed Dim Sum Platter and the Fried and...more