Hakkasan Abu Dhabi is gearing up to celebrate the Chinese Mid-Autumn festival on Wednesday, October 7. On the occasion, the renowned Cantonese restaurant in the capital will offer all dining guests a complimentary dessert as part of their Hakkasan experience.
The Chinese bakery delicacy, mooncake, is a traditional dessert that is enjoyed as part of the annual celebrations, also known as the Lantern Festival. It is the second most celebrated festival by the East Asian population, with a history dating back over 3,000 years when China’s emperors worshipped the moon for a lavish harvest.
Hakkasan consistently champions a modern interpretation of authentic Cantonese cuisine, taking inspiration from both contemporary and ancient China. The venue has always been committed to providing its customers with a unique experience that will keep them coming back for more.
Hakkasanis accepting dinner reservations from 6pm to 11.30 pm, Monday to Saturday, with the introduction of Friday Dim Sum lunch from 12pm to 3.30pm. Walk-ins are still welcome, however, guests are advised to reserve in advance to guarantee a table. A two-hour return time is also in place to ensure that more people can visit in a safe and spread out time frame.