- The entrance to Fú.
- A look at the dining room at Fú.
- Another glimpse inside the dining room.
- The lights create a shadow effect on the ceiling.
- The ceiling at Fú.
- Private dining room.
- Another look at the main dining room.
- Asian inspirations are found in the artwork and decor.
- The sign.
- The outside of Fú.
Here's a look at the new ?Fú, the Asian restaurant at the Hard Rock Hotel. Here diners can find Chinese fare along with dishes inspired by Korean, Vietnamese and Thai flavors. The main dining room seats 160, while a private dining room has space for 40.
Executive chef Ming See Woo comes from a long background in the Vegas culinary scene, first opening Mayflower on Tropicana Avenue and Paradise Road in 1976. The restaurant moved to Sahara Avenue and Decatur Boulevard from 1991 to 2008, when Woo opened her eponymous restaurant at the Palazzo, which closed in 2010.
Some of Woo's signature dishes include Asian tapas such as curry lobster puffs, garlic green beans with spicy X.O. sauce and steamed edamame. Entrées include crispy Japanese calamari with salt and jalapeño, wok fried salmon with creamy Thai basil sauce, Hong Kong-style chow mein with chicken, scallops, barbecue pork and shrimp and crispy tempura soft shell crab.
Get your mind out of the gutter; ?Fú translates into "luck" in English.
The restaurant is open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
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