This February, Hakkasan Las Vegas at MGM Grand will welcome The Year of the Tiger with a specialty prix fixe menu, signature cocktails, and wishing ribbons.
Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 2, guests are invited to indulge in delectable menu items specially created for the occasion. The tradition of wishing ribbons will continue inside the restaurant bringing good fortune in the coming year.
Available from Feb. 2-6, and Feb. 9-13, the Chinese New Year menu is $128 per person, for a minimum of two guests. Menu items are also available to be purchased a la carte. The menu begins with a Salmon crudo as a welcome from the chef, and the Trio happiness dim sum platter, boasting a baked truffle duck puff, tiger prawn dumpling, and wild mushroom puff.
To follow, main dishes include the Salt crust fortune baked chicken with chestnut, shiitake mushroom and bamboo shoot, Wok-fried wild sea bass with enoki mushroom and spicy sesame soy and Stir-fry Wagyu beef and bone marrow with Osmanthus soy beside burdock root, baby courgette, green chilli pepper. Accompaniments include Buddha’s delight with morel mushroom, lotus root, lotus seed, gai lan, bamboo shoot and black fungus, and XO sauce lobster egg fried rice with handmade prawn cracker, and edamame. A gold tiger striped Orange Dark Chocolate Firecracker and Mandarin Sorbet withorange curd, orange compote, orange madeleine and chocolate mousse will mark the end of the luxurious feast.
The specialty menu pairs harmoniously with two specialty cocktails, the King of Fujian with Belvedere vodka, lychee, kumquat, passion fruit, lemon juice and basil leaves and the Yellow Dragon with Hennessy VS cognac, oolong tea nectar, citrus and sparkling wine. Each cocktail is available for purchase to complement the prix fix menu.
Reservations can be made via the website: https://hakkasan.com/las-vegas