The summer tasting menu at Hakkasan at the Fontainebleau is ending soon! From May 1 through August 31, Hakkasan is celebrating summer with a limited time only tasting menu.
If your having trouble deciding what to eat of the many delectable dishes at the up-scale dining destination, for a set price of $128 per person, guests can indulge in a four-course meal with small eats, an appetizer, entree and desert. With Chef de Cuisine Jian Heng Loo helming the kitchen, Hakkasan has concocted a menu to celebrate the flavors of summer. Chef Loo is responsible for all operations in the kitchen like staff training and food production. He is even in charge of the menu design that features modern Cantonese cuisine. Before becoming head chef at Hakkasan Loo worked at prestigious restaurants including Capella Singapore and the G hotel in Malaysia.
Start off with the “Small Eats” portion of the menu with options like a steamed vegetable dumpling with black truffle and mushroom, or crispy lobster with green tea mayo sauce, or opt for a steamed soup dumpling with sea urchin and salmon roe.
If that’s not enough to make your mouth water, up next is the appetizer, which is a traditional roasted half Peking duck. Following with your choice of entrees that include wok-baked tiger prawn with orange sauce, a baked Chilean seabass with Chinese honey and champagne sauce, stir-fried Waygu beef with black pepper sauce or seafood fried rice with XO sauce. Finish up with a desert of fresh tropical fruits topped with Chantilly cream.
The special is based on a two guest per table minimum; the price does not include taxes or service charges. Complementary wine pairing is available for a supplemental $68 per guest and it is not combinable with any other offer or promotion. Make your reservations here.