Hakkasan
Erika Owen
June 30, 2015

Hakkasan—the Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant with decor as elbaorate as its menu choices—is making an appearance in Mykonos. Expect all of the same amazing food from Ling Ling with a focus on the izakaya concept—the seamless act of a night's evolution from drinking to dining to dancing in whatever order seems most natural. 

Opening July 1st, the new location will feature an open-air eating space, as well as a private dining area and lounge. To celebrate the new addition, Hakkasan locations around the world will be featuring a special summer menu from July 1st-August 31st. For $45 per person, diners can choose from one of two menus:

Fish and Vegetables Menu
• Crispy pumpkin salad with mountain yam
• Grilled seabass with Chinese honey
• Steamed Chinese chives dumpling
• Stir-fry asparagus with lotus root
• Chef’s selection of macarons

Meat and Seafood Menu
• Crispy duck salad with pomegranate
• Smoked short pork rib
• Stir-fry scallop with XO sauce
• Spicy prawn with lily bulb and almond
• Chef’s selection of macarons

No matter which menu you choose, you'll also get to try the Ling Ling Collins, a signature cocktail made just for the occasion. For more information on the venue, check out the Ling Ling website.

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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