Hakkasan Restaurant comes alive with "a club vibe and party atmosphere," according to Neon Feast's own Al Mancini, yet the MGM Grand's fine-dining destination for Cantonese cuisine and elevated dim sum also carries a distinguished, moody tone. Tables sit between dark chestnut latticework with subtle, low lighting and a splash of color from a floral tunnel near the main entrance -- elements that add up to one of the most romantic restaurants on the Strip.
Rather dance than make romance? Hakkasan Restaurant is next-door to the nightclub of the same name, making it a perfect pre-game spot before blowing loads of cash on bottle service. So it only makes sense that most dishes are ideal for sharing, especially when there's a Lazy Susan at the center of the table. Traditional dim sum like har gau and shumai benefits from upscale touches with fresh, indulgent ingredients (including langoustines and foie gras), while the Peking Duck is prepared both roasted and wok-fried with the differences experienced over two courses.