Mayfair, Belgravia

Hakkasan Mayfair

Hakkasan Mayfair

Chinese | Mayfair, Belgravia

Hakkasan Mayfair is the second site of the very successful Chinese restaurant originally set up by Alan Yau. The new location is on Bruton Street and while it features a lot of the old favourites from Hakkasan on Hanway Place, the team created some new signature dishes for the Mayfair site. It's very much a celeb hangout too.

Restaurant details

Address: 
17 Bruton Street, London W1J 6QB
Nearest station: Bond Street/ Green Park
Telephone number: 0207 907 1888
Now reopened
Michelin star 1 Michelin star
More info: 
  • Private Hire available
  • Bar area

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17 Bruton Street, London W1J 6QB

 

Critic reviews - total score 7 out of 10

Critics' score: 8
Zoe Williams Telegraph
Reviewed on February 14, 2011
"I don't mean 'I remember thinking it was good'; I mean it was so good I can almost recreate the taste from memory. How often in life does that happen? Not often enough!" READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 6
Marina O'Loughlin Metro
Reviewed on January 19, 2011
"I’ve nothing against the rich (I hope to join them when I grow up) but without wine, we paid more than £150. I repeat: without wine. You could be looking at a ton a head without breaking sweat."
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Critics' score: 8
AA Gill Sunday Times
Reviewed by January 09, 2011
"I do think it’s good. I’d probably like it more if I were 20 years younger, and single." READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 6
Giles Coren Times
Reviewed on December 18, 2010
"...once you arrive it’s almost exactly the same as the other one: a sort of futuristic, slatted lacquer and bamboo nightclub with tables, where Blade Runner meets Tenko but the catering is way better" READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 6
Charmaine Mok Time Out
Reviewed on December 02, 2010
"We enjoyed the simpler items the most - benchmark har gau dumplings were plump and fresh, if unconventionally large, while xiao long bao had thin, delicate wrappers and a rich porky broth, though none of the flavours of the advertised dried scallop." READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 8
Zoe Strimpel City AM Estimated score
Reviewed on November 30, 2010
"The main requirement for Chinese food is “xia fan” which means, poorly translated, “goes well with rice” – no complaints there. And, as my friend admitted, Hakkasan delivered well on the sixth taste, umami, which is a particularly delicious type of savouriness and a crucial part of Chinese cooking." READ REVIEW

 
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