After London, Miami and, most recently, Abu Dhabi, the Michelin-star Cantonese fine dining restaurant Hakkasan will finally be in the heart of Dubai. It's going to at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers and is set to open in November 2011.
The restaurant, known for its unique take on modern Chinese cuisine, will, at its new venue, also feature two private dining rooms inside and two semi-private sections outside as well as the Ling-Ling lounge for a more casual retreat. Located on the ground level of the Emirates Towers hotel next to Cartier, Hakkasan will have its own private entrance with valet parking.
Chef de Cuisine Pang Pin Lee from Hakkasan Abu Dhabi will anchor the kitchen and also introduce new dishes specifically designed for the UAE market alongside Hakkasan classics such as the Peking duck with Royal Beluga caviar; steamed dim sum platters; black cod in champagne sauce and grilled Wagyu beef with King soya sauce. Can't wait to try it all out right here in Dubai!
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