Hakkasan miami is a Chinese restaurant located near miami Beach. The business is very good. Although the Chinese food in this restaurant is not particularly authentic, the overall taste is really good.
There is nothing to say about environmental services, suitable for couples to date and celebrate. The taste of the dishes is basically not authentic Chinese food. They are all precious ingredients and use a combination of Chinese and Western methods, so the customers are basically foreigners. Dining at the restaurant can have discounted parking for USD 16.50
[Taste] The roast duck is good, but the last few slices are a bit greasy. The prawns are quite tender and big. A serving of 6 only costs 36 dollars. The crab meat pot is also good, and the taste is delicious. The dim sum platter is quite creative. [Service] There seems to be valet parking. But I stopped by the side of the road for $3 an hour. [Environment] Very good.
I felt like I found an authentic Chinese restaurant. I ordered sweet and sour pork, codfish, spit chicken, mapo tofu and choy sum. The fried rice with chopped green onion and egg tastes hometown, not bad, I want to come again.
It was the first time I saw a Chinese restaurant opened by a foreigner, and it was a one-Michelin-star restaurant. In a foreign country, this kind of taste is indeed quite authentic, but the portion is a bit too small. Chinese food is still more important.