Hakkasan’s menu celebrates good fortune and modern Chinese cuisine in the Year of the Rat. We welcome our guests to make a reservation online for Lunar New Year at one of our locations, ending early February (menu availability varies by location).
While each Hakkasan location across the world adds its own local flavor to the menu, items like the Yu Sheng salad with house-cured salmon and plum dressing, Golden treasure pockets with abalone and wild mushrooms, and Baked salt-crusted chicken with shiitake, bamboo shoot, and chestnut are common threads uniting the menus of all locations. Locally-inspired favorites include the Wok-fry Maine diver scallop found at Hakkasan Las Vegas, New York, San Francisco, and Miami, and Hakkasan Doha’s Lucky Yu fruit blend featuring flavors of mandarin, chilli, lemongrass, and aloe.
Ending all menus on a sweet note, the Lucky Jie dessert features salted caramel ganache, mandarin, chilli, and cocoa. “Jie” means to join, receive, or connect, encouraging guests to come together and enjoy the celebration of good fortune in the year to come.
A Worldwide Celebration
In addition to its exquisite menu, Hakkasan will be celebrating the year of the rat in many other ways across the world. As guests enjoy their meal, they will be surrounded by the hue of elegant red wishing ribbons, filled with aspirations for the upcoming year. The sound of drums and powerful flashes of color will travel throughout the restaurant on certain nights as traditional Chinese lions greet guests and accept special red envelope treats for good luck, making Hakkasan the ideal spot to enjoy the celebration of a new year and the renewal of the zodiac cycle.