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Having dined at Hakkasan Miami, we’re not quite sure if there’s a single best table. All seating options come tucked behind walnut and teak latticed screens carved with Chinese designs, which create a maze of sectioned off, intimate nooks throughout the high end Cantonese restaurant. Much of the food served at Hakkasan Miami is meant to be eaten family style, so we prefer the larger oval and rectangular-shaped tables which offer that sense of conviviality that comes with large group dining rather than the two-tops that line the banquette in the main section of the dining room. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant can get loud towards the end of the evening, too, so if you’d like something slightly quieter, we’d recommend requesting a table farther away from the bar, located just off the restaurant's entrance. Then again, this is a see-and-be-seen kind of restaurant in Fontainebleau Miami Beach, so maybe you don’t to be too far from the door.