Celebrated Cantonese restaurant Hakkasan Hanway Place is extremely proud to announce that on Monday 27th March 2023, saw it retain its Michelin star for two consecutive decades. As the first Chinese restaurant in the UK to gain a coveted Michelin star, which was granted in 2003, Tao Group Hospitality is delighted that Hakkasan Hanway Place has continued to be at the forefront of Cantonese cuisine. It is joined by Hakkasan Mayfair, Hakkasan Dubai and Hakkasan Abu Dhabi who all hold Michelin stars.
In celebration, Global Executive Chef Andrew Yeo, Global Corporate Pastry Chef Romain Cornu and their talented teams have created two unique limited edition dishes to be enjoyed on the menu for the remainder of 2023.
The new ‘Celebrating the Stars: Peking duck, kumquat chutney’ showcases where it all began, a signature dish since Hakkasan first opened its doors in 2001, Peking duck has consistently featured on the menu in various styles, proving Hakkasan’s ability to innovative throughout the years.
This will be accompanied by ‘Celebrating the Stars: The Michelin dessert collection’ dedicated to the 20 consecutive years of Michelin stars. This features five smaller versions of Hakkasan’s most-loved signature desserts throughout the years including the Spiky lemon, Jivara bomb, Chocolate ‘caviar’ and Mont Blanc which will be featured alongside the Rising Star Soufflé. The soufflé combines a light texture with indulgent Venezuelan chocolate, and will be topped with a white chocolate disk featuring a red Michelin Star. Both dishes will be available from 28th April.
In honour of this incredible recognition, Hakkasan have created a brand video in collaboration with the renowned Armand de Brignac Champagne, which highlights the craft and dedication of the team behind Hakkasan Hanway Place. This will be able to be viewed on Hakkasan’s Instagram here. Armand de Brignac joins Hakkasan in celebration of this achievement and guests can enjoy a bottle of the iconic Ace of Spades Brut Gold NV champagne alongside the celebratory dishes. The arrival of these dishes on the menu coincides with Hakkasan Hanway Place reopening on Thursday and Friday lunch-times.
Hakkasan Hanway Place was the first Chinese restaurant to receive a Michelin star in the UK guide in 2003 and has now retained it for 20 years, being joined in 2011 by Hakkasan Mayfair and in 2022 by Hakkasan Dubai and Hakkasan Abu Dhabi, both of which gained a star in the inaugural Michelin Guides for Dubai and Abu Dhabi respectively. All Hakkasan locations are overseen by Chef Yeo, who now holds four Michelin stars, making him one of the most awarded Chinese chefs globally.
The 20 Years of Michelin Dishes will be available exclusively at Hakkasan Hanway Place from the 28th April onwards.
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