Hakkasan Mayfair


Restaurants and cafés


  • Expensive

Time Out rating:

<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5

User ratings:

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Hakkasan Mayfair 17 Bruton Street
    W1J 6QB

  • Venue phone:

    020 7907 1888

  • Venue website:


  • Opening hours:

    Bar noon-12.30am Mon-Wed; noon-1.30am Thur-Sat; noon-midnight Sun.Restaurant Lunch served noon-5.30pm daily. Dinner served 6-11.15pm Mon-Wed, Sun; 6pm-12.15am Thur-Sat.

  • Transport:

    Tube: Green Park tube or bus C2

  • Price:

    Meal for two with wine and service: around £130

  • Map

    1. Hakkasan Mayfair

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Average User Rating

1.4 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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  • 2 star:3
  • 1 star:5
2 people listening

Awful place. The food is average, and the staff are failed part-time models / actors. I would never visit this place again..


I would never go back to this restaurant again. The staff are incredibly rude, and i think Alan Yau would be ashamed to see this place.


I was very disappointed with my first visit to Hakkasan, Mayfair. We came to the restaurant to celebrate a special occasion and the occasion was dampened by the rude and indifferent waiting staff. I felt they were in a hurry for us to leave our table, they would quickly remove empty dishes we were eating from when guests at the table were still eating. I mentioned this to the waiting staff and I was told this was restaurant policy. I felt my comment was completely ignored. A guest at the table received her desert in a glass with a broken hole. When this was mentioned to the manager he did not seem very concerned even thought the fellow guest may have eaten small fragments of glass in her dessert. Then we were told to hurry and vacate the table. I will not be returning to this establishment again. They are more interested in filling their pockets and having customers through the door than ensuring that their customers have a good eating experience.


I agree with the other reviews. The food is excellent .. staff revolting .. yes THAT BAD! I have never been looked down on like that by anyone .. dreadful - I got the inkling that the feeling of utter disdain filtered down from the management .. that many miserable people could not have accidentally ended up working in the same restaurant. They won't be flavour of the month for long .. over rated, over priced .. and very nearly over ... period. There is no way I'd go back ...I'd take standard,tasty pub grub, happy, helpful staff and a glass of wine over this jumped up pretentious 'hole' anyday! Merry Christmas!


Cocktails and dim sum really lovely, everything else - service, food, setting - decidedly average and ludicrously expensive. Far better places to go in London. Best avoided

Leslie Gardner

utter pomposity and hassle of booking a reservation has totally put me off - they are more interested in their own posturing than in recognising that we are the customers - this is a trend I deplore in these full-of-themselves places. after booking us in, and 2 re-confirmations!! because their commerical pocket may be hit if we are either late or don't turn up - they insist at precisely two hours in, they will take us off the table - it is not a place to go with friends for a wonderful leisurely time except if you want to impress them with your deep pockets. most uncouth. don't go.


Over priced and service is poor. Food is the average.don't go unless you are a fool.