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233 N. Beverly Dr. (Wilshire Blvd.) Send to Phone
A Beverly Hills branch of the trendy Chinese restaurant Hakkasan, which originated in London.
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Hakkasan Restaurant Review

: Hakkasan made its debut in London in 2001, and has since opened U.S. locations in Miami Beach, New York, Las Vegas and San Francisco. The mega-size Beverly Hills branch experienced a redesign to recall the London outpost, affecting its entrance and interior, and expanding the blue-lit-bar area. The extensive modern Cantonese menu is the creation of executive chef Ho Chee Boon and includes steamed dim sum options like prawn and Chinese chive dumplings. The crispy duck salad is a tower of duck, greens, pomegranate shallots and pine nuts. Want to impress? Then splurge by ordering the whole Peking duck with Tsar Nicoulai Reserve caviar, ringing in at $288. On the more reasonable side, you’ll find Sanpei corn-fed chicken claypot with spring onion, dried chili and Thai sweet basil ($26). The inventive PB&J dessert combines peanut butter parfait, sour cherry jam and banana and passion fruit sorbet. To complement your meal, choose from a number of beers (from Japan, China and California), wines by the glass, saké, and classic and signature cocktails. There is also a variety of teas.

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