The new jewel in Hakkasan’s glittering global franchise, Hakkasan New York takes Chinese food out of the clutches of General Tso’s chicken-slinging chefs and vaults it to upscale, fusion-y heights. Peking duck? Heartily improved with a dose of Kaluga caviar. Sesame prawn toast? Meltingly indulgent with gobs of foie gras. Hakkasan’s luxe interpretations of Chinese fare perhaps soar highest in its dim sum selection, which features, among its many small plate options, sublime chive dumplings that are in the running as some of the world’s best. The restaurant’s ornate, marble setting and thumping trip-hop backbeat transport diners away from the restaurant’s harried Times Square setting and to more appealing climes, though diners beware: the culinary pinnacles are matched by high prices, so Hakkasan is best saved for celebratory occasions.