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Located on the fourth floor of Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Hakkasan Miami serves some of Miami’s most elegant and refined Chinese cuisine, and it boasts a chic and dramatic, Asian-inspired interior design to match. Dark wood tables and banquettes fashioned in a blue-gray leather are tucked behind walnut and teak latticed screens carved with Chinese designs, creating intimate spots for sharing a meal with a loved one or chatting over cocktails with friends. White marble flooring and walls add a cool, elegant touch to the space, while dim lighting and glowing blue illumination set the tone for intimate glamour. Several lanterns hang from the high ceilings and small overhead lights cast a warm glow, highlighting the dishes placed before you on the table. Against the gray brick wall just off the entranceway to the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant, you’ll see the bar, also illuminated by a blue glow from below along with undulating waves of light resembling glistening water. Much like the Fontainebleau itself, not to mention its clientele, Hakkasan Miami’s décor is sleek, chic and just a tad mysterious.