Michelin starred Cantonese restaurant Hakkasan is opening at Dubai’s lush Atlantis, The Palm

Dubai’s famous Atlantis, The Palm isn’t about resting on laurels when it comes to the destination resort’s highly regarded culinary scene. The luxury property, which is already home to Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar and Chef Noby Matsuhisa’s NOBU amongst others, will welcome the renowned Hakkasan Group later this year as they open Hakkasan in September.

Just a few months after Hakkasan Dubai moved out of its original home at Jumeirah Emirates Towers, the world renowned Michelin-starred modern Cantonese restaurant will join Atlantis, The Palm’s famed gastronomic line-up in The Avenues, before moving on over to The Royal Atlantis Resort and Residences after its completion at the end of 2019.

Guests making the very wise choice of booking a table at Hakkasan can expect the restaurant’s well-known signatures including Peking Duck, Hakka Steamed Dim Sum, and Charcoal Grilled Silver Cod with Champagne and Honey. A number of innovative dishes will also be worked onto the menu exclusively for Atlantis.

“We are very excited to start this journey with Atlantis, offering all-encompassing experience drawing on Hakkasan Group’s global expertise in combining hospitality and entertainment in innovative and memorable ways”, said CEO of Hakkasan Group Nick McCabe. “We are confident that diners will enjoy this Hakkasan at Atlantis, The Palm whether they are coming for our authentic cuisine, award-winning cocktails, stylish atmosphere or all of the above”.

True to form, Hakkasan will double as both a place for an intimate dinner with friends or family, as well as a lively club-like venue as the night progresses, with resident DJs set to push the energy levels higher until the early morning hours. It is Dubai after all.

For more information and to keep up to date head on over to atlantisthepalm.com.


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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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