Hakkasan set to reopen at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai

It comes three months after the previous Dubai branch shut

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Hakkasan Dubai is set to reopen at Atlantis, The Palm following the closure of its previous branch in the city in July.

The award-winning Cantonese restaurant, which has 11 locations around the world including one in Abu Dhabi, will feature dishes exclusive to this concept in its intimate restaurant and vibrant bar surroundings.

Signature dishes will include Peking duck served with Royal Beluga caviar, grilled Chilean sea bass cooked in honey and the famous stir-fried black pepper rib-eye beef.

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Hakkasan Dubai will also host a range of special experiences and weekly events including a daily Taste of Hakkasan menu, a Friday brunch and the signature Hakatini night.

Timothy Kelly, general manager and SVP operations for Atlantis, The Palm commented: “We have big expectations for Hakkasan, as one of the world’s most renowned restaurant brands joins our extensive culinary offering at Atlantis. We’ve already seen great chemistry between both brands and are extremely excited for what’s to come.”

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