In Beverly Hills, a Fittingly Fabulous Chinese Restaurant Gets a Facelift

by  Laura Motta | Sep 15, 2014
Beverly Hills, CA
Beverly Hills, CA / photoquest7/iStock

When you’re on vacation, the restaurants where you choose to dine can be as much a part of your experience as your hotel, or the sites you visit. If you’re heading to Los Angeles’s Beverly Hills neighborhood and want to splurge on a meal that truly suits the neighborhood's ambiance, try the local outpost of Hakkasan. With locations in such far-flung locations as Dubai, Mumbai, and Las Vegas, the restaurants are known as much for their low-lit, dark-wood interiors and chichi clientele as for high-end Chinese cuisine.

The Beverly Hills restaurant re-opens today after some renovations that have expanded the bar area and changed-up the dining room configuration. Stop by for the golden crispy duck roll, jasmine tea-smoked chicken, wok-fried black cod, and desserts like the black sesame, which has yuzu ice cream and chocolate sesame cremeux. The cocoa on the plate even matches the restaurant’s décor. Entrees cost about $25-$35. Here are some more photos of the space...

Hakkasan Beverly Hills
Hakkasan Beverly Hills
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