The seventh international home of Beijing cuisine restaurant Mr Chow will feature some unique touches Las Vegas-only touches when it debut this December. Confident enough to pre-announce it will feature "fine dining with a raucous atmosphere," the former Empress Court restaurant at Caesars Palace will cover 11,583 square feet of space, accessible via the same private elevators, located just off the casino floor.
Overlooking the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, there will be room for more than 250, with the option of terrace seating and two private dining spaces. On arrival, guests have been promised a "unique champagne arrival experience," with diners inside also offered an array of champagne cocktails and an appearance by the Mr Chow "champagne trolley."
Michael Chow himself is the visual stylist of the room, just as he designed the previous outposts in London, Beverly Hills, Miami and Malibu and the two locales in New York. This time around he's created "a suspended centerpiece kinetic sculpture, unlike anything currently in Las Vegas."
Beijing duck will be the centerpiece menu choice, with family-style servings of dishes popular at their other locations already promised, including chicken satay, green prawns and "hand-pulled Mr Chow Noodles."
An exact opening date in December is yet to be revealed.