In celebration of Chinese New Year, Hakkasan is reinventing the classic fortune cookie. In a collaboration with London-based novelist and journalist Will Self, the fortune macarons will feature 88 fortunes penned by the writer, exploring the comedic, satirical and often dark side of modern day life in the city.
Hakkasan is also paying homage to the wishing tree tradition inspired by the Lam Tseun trees in Hong Kong. Guests are invited to write their wishes for 2019 on the red ribbons and hang them on the wooden latticework in the restaurant.
In celebration of the new Lunar Year, Hakkasan Hanway Place will be hosting an auspicious lion dance at 3pm on Sunday 10th February.
Priced at 88 GBP per person for a minimum of two guests, the Chinese New Year menu will be available in the restaurant from Tuesday 29th January until Sunday 24th February.