Hakkasan Mayfair information

Hakkasan Mayfair spans two floors, with a 145-seater restaurant, a 75-seater lounge and a bar. The service and design is exceptional, and the food is imaginative Chinese cuisine created by Executive Chef Tong Chee Hwee.

Ranked #21 of 5241 restaurants in London
"Establishing itself as a leading destination for modern Cantonese cuisine in London, Hakkasan opened its second London restaurant in November 2010 in Mayfair. Located on Bruton Street, Hakkasan Mayfair spans two floors for up to 220 guests. The lower ground floor encapsulates the traditional intimate Hakkasan setting surrounded by intricate wooden screens, whilst the ground floor features a relaxed dining space combined with a vibrant bar area."

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12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 00:30


12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 00:30


12:00 - 16:30, 18:00 - 00:30


12:00 - 16:30, 18:00 - 00:00

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Hakkasan Mayfair reviews

By James J.

I agree totally with the majority of reviews on Hakkasan, given its Mayfair location it is of course a little pricey but if you really want to treat yourself (or someone special) then Hakkasan is a spot on venue for that.The food is all so imaginative and bright, I was jealous and glaring at everything that left the kitchen!

By Kay Q.

I found the place to be almost too big and a bit impersonal at times, but otherwise I had no problems when I visited the restaurant last month. The large restaurant is certainly stylish and modern, and I don't think the size will be a problem for most people, I just personally prefer smaller places. The food is really nice too, and its perfect for a group of friends going out. I wouldn't say it was ideal for intimate dates, but then I was out with the girls and we had a fantastic night, so no real complaints!

By Zack S.

Lovely food, lovely wine, fantastic wait staff. Hakkasan has been a favourite of mine since their hanway place days and im very glad they have opened a Mayfair branch. I plan to go here more often as the food is the best and its right around the corner from my weekend townhouse so its perfect for me.

By David M.

I have been to both Hakkasan restaurants in london (the other in hanway place I believe), and this is equally as good as the other one. Being a big meat eater I choose the Mongolian lamb, and it was sublime. Very flavoursome and tender, unlike a lot of lamb nowadays.

By Melvin J.

Hakkasan is Chinese food like I have never tried before. I thought my local takeaway was special but this is really something else! The food is matched in quality by the sublime décor and th waiting staff were of course very quick and responsive. I wouldn’t hesitate to go back.

By Michael K.

Hakkasan in Mayfair is easily my favourite posh chinese to go to in the city, from the minute you arrive to the moment you leave you get a real sense of authenticity and warmth. The spicy venison stir fry is a favourite of mine, thumbs up all round

By Tori J.

Believe the hype. This is one of those places that can do no wrong in my book. I get the bf to bust out the credit card for special occasions and Hakkasan is always top of our hit list.

By Jessie L.

Both Hakkasan’s are fabulous. Neither are easy to get into but if you don’t mind booking in advance then you will NOT be disappointed. I love all Asian food, I think they would call this modern Chinese but you aren’t going to get sweet and sour chicken here

By Jack W.

Hakkasan on Bruton Street is part of the expanding Hakkasan empire. The place is dark and sexy and the food is quite sensational. Its got a well deserved Michelin star and long may it keep it. Its quite a brilliant place.

By Sophie B.

I have just come back from Hakkasan in Mayfair, on Bruton Street. I have eaten at the Hakkasan on Hanway place too many times. This one is as good. If you like modern Chinese food you will love this place.

By Dean T.

Hakkasan serves the most beautiful Chinese food ever, I travel 35 mins through London most weekends for this and it is worth every penny. A must try..

By Chacka A.

Hakkasan did not disappoint, the phrase you you get what you pay for applies here. Yes it is expensive but the food served here is of the highest quality. If you want to try something different to the Chow Mien and pork balls, then this is the place to experience how this type of food should be served.

By Terry J.

Okay, Hakkasan is not cheap, but that should be expected when heading to a Michelin starred restaurant in the heart of Mayfair. The formula here is fantastic, and it is easy to see why they do so well. Definitely not your typical Chinese restaurant, Hakkasan serve only the finest ingredients and every dish I have sampled here oozes a quality, which can simply not be replicated elsewhere. If you're celebrating a special occasion and fancy splashing out a little, then I would thoroughly recommend coming here, and who knows, you may also find yourself hooked. Five stars from me.

By Oliver H.

After reading the other reviews I actually found myself agreeing with a lot of the things that other people have said. Yeah Hakkasan can feel a little too big, so its best to come here when it's busy if not you can kinda feel a bit like the spectre at the feast. In regards to the food, the dim sum was a definite hit, easily some of the best I have had in the Mayfair area. Overall I would give this place a 4 star rating, would have been a 5 had the service been a little more personable.

By Dean T.

I can't see what all the bad reviews are about - this place has been awarded a Michelin star and their food quality proves it. I had an excellent meal for my cousins birthday and couldn't fault the service. Will be returning for another occassion no doubt...

By Terry J.

Wish I could afford to dine here more often as Hakkasan is very very good. I was astounded by the level of detail this place has, the light fittings particularly caught my attention. The food was also good of course!

By Mark M.

Having previously been to Hakkasan in hanway place, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that they have a Mayfair branch (don’t know why I didn’t already know this). Just like in Hanway place, everything about the restaurant is class, with the food, staff, and luxurious surroundings all equally as good.

By William S.

Had an outstanding meal at Hakkasan on the weekend and while I don’t normally write reviews, I had to in this case as it was that good. I wasn’t aware of the Michelin star before heading here, but now I understand why only a few restaurants bear that quality. My lobster was the best, so so good.

By William S.

Celebrating our anniversary last week, my wife and I decided to go hard and celebrate in style at Hakkasan in Mayfair. My beef was outstanding and I have been thinking about it ever since. Was the highlight of my night though unfortunately. Still, five stars from me.

By Les D.

Hakkasan is soo good, everyone should try it. If you want to splash out on a great meal, the this Michelin starred restaurant is a must! Don’t miss out!!!!!!

By Norman L.

I had the jasmine tea chicken at Hakkasan and it was a very sublte but beautiful dish. My friend had the spicy prawns and they looked just as fantastic and I am told (as he didn’t let me try any) that they were lovely also. Expensive, but WORTH IT.

By Sooty T.

I have eaten twice at Hakkasan Mayfair now and both times have been brilliant experiences that have openend my eyes in terms of how good Chinese food can be. I had szechuan style beef as that is what I usuallu have down my local Chinese and it was on another planet. Never again will I have the dry old meat of my local.

By Jamie C.

Everything about Hakkasan is to my taste. I enjoy the finer things in life and Hakkasan allows me to indulge in all that is good about Cantonese food. The lobster was out of this world and the waiters and lovely waitresses offered a very seamless service which didn’t impede on my experience (like many at other Michelin starred restaurants).

By Dee G.

I’ve never been to a Michelin starred restaurant before but now I can see what all the fuss is about as Hakkasan was superb. I chose the black truffle roasted duck and im not exaggerating when I say it was the best meal I have ever had!

By Kev B.

I had the pleasure of meeting the head chef during my meal at Hakkasan and he has compelled me to right a review as he was extremely modest about his incredibly cooked, delicious food! What a lovely guy and the food was simply amazing. I will definitely be going back to this wonderful Mayfair establishment.

By Chris M.

Hakkasan Mayfair is, I understand, the second Hakkasan restaurant to open in London and it was very good indeed. I had the steamed mini lobster and after previously never trying seafood before, I am converted! Simply amazing!

By Claire K.

5) You have not experienced fine Chinese cuisine until you have been to Hakkasan in Mayfair. The Mongolian lamb and black truffle roast duck are particularly good.

By Terry J.

Its not hard to see how Hakkasan achieved a Michelin Star in its first year after you make the trip down for yourself. The food is fantastic and the atmosphere professional – The only thing that suffers is your wallet.

By Kay S.

My party was treated so very well last weekend by the Hakkasan team that we Have already re-booked for Christmas! The food was great, the service friendly And the cocktails yum!

By Lola P.

After eating at both Hakkasan restaurants I must say that the Mayfair location is my official favourite. At my recent visit I had the dim sum platter (obviously) followed by sweet and sour Berkshire pork and it was oh so good.

By Thor N.

I found Hakkasan, Mayfair to be a top-notch Chinese restaurant with quality service and great food. Definitely recommend

By Billy C.

I've not been to Hakkasan yet but I'm supposed to be going next week or the week after. Does anyone know whether you have to wear shoes or not? I'm going out afterwards and don't want to look too smart!

By Max K.

Another great night at Hakkasan - the black cod is still really bloody good, as is the cod in Champagne sauce. This is, though, I think the first time I've been to Hakkasan and not seen a famous face! Quite bizarre.

By Jon J.

Hakkasan is in Mayfair. If you haven’t been there and you are into food you must. The place is dark and sultry but the food is quite stunning. If you like Asian food then this place will tick all the right boxes.

By Max K.

I'm not the biggest fan of high-end Chinese food but what's served here is pretty impressive. However, it's not that aspect that makes Hakkasan so good - it's the setting. It's dark and atmospheric, and just about the best place for a date in London. It works ;)

By Jordan H.

The Hakkasan might be a little pricey, however it's a delightful treat to visit this brilliant restaurant from time to time. The decor really sets the atmosphere in the restaurant, and the service was fantastic. The salt and pepper squid in particular was absolutely sublime! I would love to give this restaurant five stars, but it left a hefty dent in my wallet :)

By Gigi G.

Hmmmm yum yum in my tum! Always a treat when I come to Hakkasan, the food really is the best Chinese I have ever eaten.

By Jon J.

You have to try the fresh cod with mango dressing! uber tasty, one of my faves at Hakkasan. Place can feel a bit big if you go on a quite night so I suggest going in a big group for a better atmosphere.

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