“Authentic Cantonese cuisine in a modern, sleek setting.”
-Conde Nast Traveler
Hakkasan Abu Dhabi opened in June 2010, bringing Hakkasan’s award-winning cuisine to the landmark Emirates Palace. Comprising a restaurant, bar, and lounge as well as four private dining rooms, the 16,000 square foot space is separated by carved wooden screens and latticing that echo the rich interiors of the London flagship restaurant.
Long-time design partner Gilles & Boissier designed the space with the Hakkasan ethos of the modern ethnic, interpreting it for the United Arab Emirates. Embroidered furniture and marbled Chinese forms enrich the space, and the main dining area is crafted into a wooden cage surrounded by backlit blue glass and a stainless steel frame.
Overlooking the opulent grounds of the majestic Emirates Palace, the new Hakkasan Terrace boasts a stylish bar area with a bespoke cocktail menu and cabanas overlooking the stunning skyline. With a roster of local and international DJ talent, the Hakkasan Terrace is the ideal place to enjoy sultry Abu Dhabi evenings after the popular weekend brunch. Offering bottle service as well as an innovative drinks menu complemented by a dedicated small eats menu, the Hakkasan Terrace is a vibrant drinking and dining destination.
ANCIENT GASTRONOMY REIMAGINED
Chinese cuisine is one of the most ancient and diverse in the world, its influence spreading across the globe. Hakkasan’s cuisine blends authentic Cantonese recipes with contemporary influences. The kitchen teams create modern dishes using traditional techniques and the finest quality ingredients.
Featuring locally-inspired dishes and cocktails, Hakkasan’s Only At menu uses ingredients and techniques that showcase the culture and cuisine surrounding each location. From Jakarta to San Francisco, each Hakkasan worldwide features a different set of items to explore.
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