Hakkasan Abu Dhabi to reopen terrace

The Chinese restaurant set in Emirates Palace will welcome guests to its outdoor space from October 16

The 108 seat terrace comprises a bar area and cabanas overlooking the city skyline
The 108 seat terrace comprises a bar area and cabanas overlooking the city skyline

The reopening of the terrace at Hakksan Abu Dhabi will be a golden celebration, in homage to the recent Golden Week festivities and will reopen to the public on October 16.

Entry for the launch event is priced at AED198 per person and includes signature beverages and canapes from 7pm to 10pm. Guests will be entertained by DJ Kristina and live performances throughout the evening.

Overlooking the grounds of the Emirates Palace, the 108 seat terrace comprises a bar area and cabanas overlooking the city skyline.

Other Hakkasan evenings will resume as usual from October 16, offering an array of events just for the terrace - Hakkatini Wednesdays and the arrival of two brand new nights to be announced.

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Hakkatini Nights will be available daily from 6 pm until 8 pm and 6 pm until 11 pm on Wednesdays.

Hakkasan Abu Dhabi is open every day from 6 pm until 2 am, and every Friday for brunch from 12 pm.

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