Bringing flair and flavour to the Emirates Palace, Hakkasan Abu Dhabi showcases the very best of Cantonese cuisine. Venture inside to discover an award-winning menu of signature dim sum platters, fresh seafood soups and wok-fried wagyu.
Carved wooden screens and Chinese-inspired interiors line the main dining room, while a beautiful blue glass bar imitates the rippling waters of the Arabian Gulf.
On warmer nights, the plush outdoor terrace is the perfect place for a romantic dinner, as you watch the sun set over Abu Dhabi.
With Hakkasan’s breathtaking views and mouth-watering dishes, it’s no wonder reservations are recommended.
Celebrations and special occasions. Whether you book a private dining room or tuck into a low-lit booth, Hakkasan is a restaurant you’ll never forget.
Friday Dim Sum. Tuck into an exclusive lunchtime menu of delicious small plates, including crispy wontons, fried seafood and steamed dumplings.
Hakkasan’s renowned Peking duck pancakes is the perfect sharing dish. Layer them up with fresh spring onion and cucumber, or even a little caviar.
Enjoy Hakkasan’s landmark location with dinner on the terrace. Soak up the views of the Emirates Palace grounds and the surrounding Abu Dhabi skyline.
Treat your tastebuds to a fusion of flavours, inspired by classic Cantonese dishes, from salt and pepper squid and wok-fried rice to seasonal soups and sesame prawn toast.
Share one of Hakkasan’s signature platters, complete with seabass dumplings, duck croquettes and jasmine tea smoked ribs. There’s a wide variety of fresh fish and seafood, including grilled Atlantic scallops and Canadian lobster in a five spice butter sauce. Just add a side of hand-pulled noodles or Singapore vermicelli to complete your meal.
Wash it all down with a refreshing Kowloon Cooler or a zingy Hong Long mocktail, sprinkled with 22 carat gold flakes.
Standing eight stories tall, dripping in gold and topped with a 60-metre-high dome, the Emirates Palace is the perfect backdrop for your next meal in Abu Dhabi.
You’ll find Hakkasan nestled in the east wing of the Palace, with its carved oak screens and low lighting creating an exclusive dining atmosphere. The space was designed by a French design duo, Gilles & Boissier, to capture the restaurant’s modern twist on Chinese traditions.
Alongside the stunning main dining area, you’ll find four private dining rooms, the Ling Ling lounge and a luxurious terrace. Settle into a cabana outside to enjoy the views of the Palace grounds and Abu Dhabi’s glistening skyscrapers.
Located inside the Emirates Palace, just off the Corniche Road, Hakkasan is within easy reach of all your favourite Abu Dhabi attractions. From the restaurant, it’s just a 40-minute drive to Yas Island and less than 30 minutes to Saadiyat Island.
There are two main entrances on-site – inside the Palace’s main lobby and another outside. The latter is Hakkasan’s own private entrance, so just follow the road signs to the East Wing when you arrive.
Stretching 1.2 miles (two kilometres) along the Arabian Gulf, this sandy shore is the go-to spot for sunbathing and waterfront activities. It’s split into multiple sections for families, solo visitors and groups, so there is something for everyone.
This magnificent Presidential palace showcases the beauty of Arabic architecture. Visit after sundown to catch the dazzling light show that dances across the palace’s façade.
Discover more than 400 shops and boutiques at Marina Mall. Shop your favourite high-street and designer brands, then head to one of the popular entertainment venues for a fun end to the day.
Complimentary valet parking is available at both the Emirates Palace entrance and the private Hakkasan restaurant entrance.
Hakkasan has four private dining rooms that can accommodate between six and 18 guests. The main dining room, terrace and lounge area can also be hired for larger groups and occasions.
Hakkasan has a smart and elegant dress code, which means no sportswear, tracksuits, baseball caps, or flip flops. It’s the perfect excuse to dress up for the occasion.
The restaurant is open for dinner from 6pm to 11:30pm, seven days a week. The bar then stays open until 1am on Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, or 1:30am on Thursdays and Fridays. Also on Fridays, Hakkasan is open from 12pm to 3:30pm for the dim sum lunch. Check the restaurant’s website for the latest on hours and offers.
Alongside a special Friday dim sum lunch, Hakkasan also offers a Friday evening brunch package out on the terrace. Unlimited drinks keep you feeling refreshed, while a specially curated dessert selection ensures the perfect ending.
Reservations are highly recommended if you want to dine at Hakkasan. It’s one of the most popular restaurants in Abu Dhabi, both with locals and visitors, thanks to both the unique location – a true Abu Dhabi landmark – and the delicious Cantonese fare.