Hakkasan: Miami Beach celebrates with it's "Only At" Menu
To celebrate it’s 15 year anniversary since its inception in London, all eleven global Hakkasan locations have rolled out their individual “Only At” Menus. This means that at each and every Hakkasan venue, from the UK to China, India to the Middle East, all the way to Hakkasan Miami Beach, special dishes and cocktails unique to each location are the feature.
Hakkasan Miami Beach’s Chef de Cuisine Jian Heng Loo has created his “Only At” dishes featuring a number of locally sourced ingredients such as Florida spiny lobster and incorporated into his contemporary Cantonese cuisine.
At a recent Media Dinner at Hakkasan located in the iconic Fontainebleau Hotel, I was able to sample some of the highlights from this new and ongoing delicious menu found “Only At” Hakkasan Miami Beach.
Crispy shredded beef in Chinese honey served with mandarin pancakes. This was packed with flavor and a fun dish to eat because you wrap this inside the “pancakes”.
Lobster dumplings are delectable appetizers that are easy to share. These dumplings have a lot of lobster meat in each bite.
Celebrate Florida’s abundant seafood options with the Stir-fry South Florida spiny lobster in XO sauce.
If you want tremendous flavor and a light fish, their Seared Snapper with supreme homemade soya sauce is an excellent choice. The crispy noodles on top add a nice crunchy texture.
Other choices included Stir-fry tiger prawns with sweet walnuts, Stir-fry spicy lamb with baby bamboo shoots and Stir-fry French beans with preserved olives.
Locally inspired cocktails pair very well with all the flavors and spices of the dishes on this menu. One of the favorites is the Serpent’s Tongue featuring Bulleit Bourbon, honey syrup, fresh lemon, crushed ginger, pepper.
If you want exotic and robust Asian flavors as well as perfectly balanced cocktails to pair, definitely check out Hakkasan’s signature “Only At” menu. The great food, drinks, service, décor and sexy vibe all make for date night or a night out with friends.
And don’t forget to also check out Hakkasan’s Saturday and Sunday Dim Sum Brunch from 12-3 pm for authentic Cantonese dishes priced to enjoy at $45 per person, not including beverages, taxes or gratuities. Vegetarian option available.
4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140
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