Hakkasan Beverly Hills opened its doors after a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 19. The Beverly Hills location is Hakkasan’s 11th and newest project in the group’s brand of modern Cantonese restaurants.After much anticipation,
Mayor John A. Mirisch was on hand to present the new business with a grand opening certificate from the city.
The restaurant is now accepting
reservations for lunch and dinner service. Located in the heart of
Beverly Hills at 233 North Beverly Drive, the restaurant is open Monday through Saturday from 12 p.m. for lunch and 5:30 p.m. for dinner and is also available for private events.
offers a unique combination of authentic yet modern Cantonese cuisine
with impeccable service and an elegant ambiance. The menu includes
unique dishes created by Michelin-starred Chef Ho Chee Boon specially
for Beverly Hills in addition to the Hakkasan classics. Hakkasan Beverly
Hills also offers a bespoke beverage menu featuring Asian inspired
cocktails, wines and sakes. Hakkasan’s signature design element,
intricately carved Chinese screens known as the “Cage,” covers the
restaurant, giving guests a sense of privacy at their tables. For more
privacy and an elegant VIP experience, guests also have the option of
dining in The Lotus, a private dining room that seats up to 18 guests.