New Hong Kong Restaurant to Open in The Palazzo

Mott 32 is opening its first location in the United States in The Palazzo in Las Vegas this December.

Led by Group Executive Chef Man-Sing Lee, who won two Michelin stars in his previous role, and Las Vegas-based Head Chef Alan Ji, the new restaurant will serve farm-to-table cuisine celebrating the culture and culinary traditions of Hong Kong. Sourced ingredients will showcase the Cantonese, Szechuan, and Beijing cultures, with signature dishes that include applewood roasted Peking Duck with Mott 32’s “Signature Cut,” Barbecue Pluma Iberico Pork glazed with yellow mountain honey, Iberico Pork with Soft Quail Egg, Black Truffle Siu Aai and Crispy Triple Cooked Wagyu Beef Short Ribs. A cocktail menu will bring Chinese ingredients to the forefront, with house favorites Hong Kong Ice Tea and Juniper Fizz accompanying a wide variety of Chinese teas.

Overseen by interior designer Joyce Wang, Mott 32’s design will pay tribute to the history of Las Vegas by showcasing dining tables made out of vintage roulette wheels, a chandelier adorned with a feather boa, neon signs, and more. Wang, who oversaw the designs in Mott 32’s Hong Kong and Vancouver locations, won the “World Interior of the Year” award for Mott 32’s Hong Kong outlet.

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