Taste Chef Tong Chee Hwee's contemporary take on Cantonese cuisine at this elegantly designed and Michelin-starred restaurant.
Innovatively created cocktails and a unique wine list are combined with carefully chosen dim sum, and Chinese dishes that are ever-changing, dynamic and new. The result is authentic Cantonese cooking with a contemporary flair, at once subtle and thrilling, and all made with the best ingredients.
Hakkasan Mayfair is set over two floors. The lower ground floor invites guests to the traditional Hakkasan setting, surrounded by intricate wooden screens allowing intimate dining, whilst the ground floor brings a combination of relaxed atmosphere and a vibrant bar, encouraging guests to indulge in an inspired environment.
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 per diner|
£41 and over
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Venue Details & Map
17 Bruton StreetLondonW1J 6QB
Top 5 reviews of Hakkasan Mayfair
Except for the Dim Sum tasting starter which deserved 5+ stars, the remainder of the food and wine was utterly disappointing.
The baby ribs for the second starter were decent, but the chefs had forgotten to remove the membrane at the bottom of the ribs - a rookie mistake for any baby rib pro!
The Peking Duck style main course and the desserts were plain.
We went with wine by the glass so... more
Hangover cure. Amazing dim sum. Soup dumplings, shrimp and pork, sticky rice and Duke of Wellington pork are winners. For dinner must get the truffle duck. more
Was here on a Saturday night at 11pm... the food was ok.. I wouldn't call it goood, just ok.. the chicken tasted like regular chicken I can get at the store with a Tikka masala taste to it... the shrimp tasted more like Thai than Chinese with a coconut milk taste..
The restaurant was really nice but the music sounded like I was at a nightclub.. me and my friends had a hard time chatting... more
I called Hakkasan ahead of a team dinner to inquire about vegan options for me (my team really wanted to eat here) and the restaurant emailed me a list of items that could be made vegan. When we arrived, it turned out that some of the items were no longer vegan, so my options were a little more limited. This restaurant had a great atmosphere, but I really thought my vegan options were basic... more
We're visiting London from LA and have been to the Hakkasan in Beverly Hills before it closed down.
I've heard great things about Hakkasan (mostly regarding the Las Vegas location) from other (disclaimer: non-Asian) friends...and while we prefer authentic Cantonese/Taiwanese/Sichuan cuisines, I can appreciate the place for "Asian fusion" restaurants...every now and then, I'll even go to PF... more