Abu Dhabi’s newly awarded Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant, Hakkasan Abu Dhabi is pleased to introduce its enticing New Year’s Eve offers for patrons looking to celebrate in style this year. Whether guests are seeking a delicious dinner or a lively night brunch offering, Hakkasan Abu Dhabi has something to cater to all needs this New Year’s Eve.
With unparalleled views of the glittering Abu Dhabi skyline on the terrace, or a vibrant indoor setting paired with a lively atmosphere, Hakkasan Abu Dhabi makes for the most idyllic location to ring in 2023. Guests seeking a delectable meal on New Year’s Eve can indulge in the specially curated three-course set menu from 9pm – 12am starting from AED888 per person. The alluring menu includes the award-winning Supreme dim sum platter and a unique Alaskan king crab salad with yuzu. Delightful main courses include the Charcoal-grilled Chilean sea bass and the ultimate Hakkasan signature dish, Peking duck. Lastly, an exquisite Nashi pear compote with white chocolate and caramel mousse will be plated up for dessert.
Those seeking a lively experience to celebrate the wonderful occasion can enjoy the Night Brunch offer at Hakkasan, for an unforgettable celebration. The Night Brunch will take place at the terrace cabana and the bar from 8pm -12am for AED 988 per person and promises not to disappoint. The tempting brunch will offer guests free-flowing drinks for three hours, paired with favourite dishes such as the Jasmine tea-smoked Wagyu beef ribs, Szechuan-style wontons, and Almond soft-shell crab, whilst the resident DJ entertains guests throughout the night.
The specially curated menus encapsulate Hakkasan’s signature dishes and Cantonese flavours, offering guests an experience not to be missed. The resident DJ promises to set the party mood from the decks, while the live percussionist will churn out beats to get the crowd on their feet. With an unfiltered view of the capital from the terrace, an incredible atmosphere, and an insatiable menu offering, Hakkasan Abu Dhabi is the only place to spend New Year’s Eve in the capital this year.