Hakkasan Emirates Palace Nom nom nom! Food: 💥💥💥💥💥 Service:💥💥💥💥💥 Atmosphere:💥💥💥💥💥 Value for money: 💥💥💥. 5 When I started to look through the photos I had taken I literally started to salivate, that's how good it was! We had arrived at Hakkasan and were greeted beautifully by bright and smiley staff. When we received our menus we were a bit miffed as there was the Hakkasan meal deal that ran until 7.30pm but we had been unable to get a table until 8.30pm as it was full (we had not tried to book directly through Hakkasan) This surprised as us the place was pretty dead. The Manager swiftly came to speak to us and very kindly extended the deal to us. Nothing was too much trouble for him or the staff. Food Starter(s) We both ordered the sweet and sour chicken soup. It was lovely and spicy and had shredded chicken throughout. Added were 'small bites'. I had the seafood dim sum which I would never usually choose but I loved it! Husband had crispy duck which was in a lovely, buttery light batter. Main I had the Wagyu Beef which was in this delicious batter that got more crunchy and succulent the longer that I let it rest (burnt my mouth initially as I was so excited to eat it 🤥) Husband had the Kung Pao duck and cashew nuts which was super tender with a not too overpowering sauce. We also added some veg and noodles. Veg was crunchy and and a good mix of sweet veg. The noodles housed some hidden prawns and chicken which were perfectly seasoned (sometimes find prawns and chicken in noodles too salty). Dessert We were trying to be all like 'Aw I'm so full, can't eat another thing' until we got the dessert menu. Game over. It included dessert wines to compliment the dessert which I loved but ended up sticking with trusty Amaretto. I had creme brulee with apple sorbet. Oh my! Vanilla loveliness with the tarte sorbet was a complete winner and there was a wee dod of creme fraiche hidden on the side of the plate with some crumbled biscuit which didn't escape! Included in the deal were 2 cocktails which I cannot remember the names of. However, the green one was a winner. Would we go back? Definitely. Glasses were never empty, staff attentive to the point of me dropping a single chopstick (thought I'd got away with it) and having it replaced within seconds without having to ask. Understanding the pace of how we wanted our meal to be served and going with it was super. Importantly, the food was excellent. An odd extra was the music, it was insane! Heavy house music gave the place a kind of 'Ghost in a Shell' feel. Makes us want to try their brunch.