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 Mayfair will be hosting an auspicious lion dance at 8pm on Monday 4th 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 Monday 28th January until Sunday 24th February.

Small eat

錦繡香芒拌火鴨 Peking duck with crispy bean curd and mango

海鮮芝麻煎堆拼沙茶百花雞酥 Dim sum duo
Seafood sesame jian dui
Shacha chicken puff

金菊竹笙鱸魚湯 Superior soup with Chilean seabass and bamboo pith

Main

翡翠碧汁龍蝦球 Wok-fry lobster with spinach and lily bulb

鐵板年糕爆羊柳 Rhug Estate lamb with shiitake

脆皮乳豬雙冬飯 Crispy suckling pig with sticky rice

鮑汁野菌白菜苗 Stir-fry pak choi with eryngii and pioppini

Dessert

金銀滿屋 Wealth Pot
dark chocolate, mandarin, hazelnut

年年好運 Fortune macaron

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