Red Plate, the Cosmopolitan’s new Cantonese restaurant, now has an opening date at the resort. On Oct. 15, the restaurant opens for dinner with dishes from executive chef Yip Cheung, the former chef at the resort’s Talon Club.
The menu features fine-dining dishes such as a whole Peking duck, Sichuan spicy tofu, black truffle xiao long bao, and live seafood, including geoduck, rock cod, Alaskan king crab, Dungeness crab, and Maine lobster, according to Food & Wine. Dim sum, barbecue dishes, and hot pot make the menu as well.
Marnell Companies worked with Celano Design Studio on the look of the restaurant with contemporary Chinese touches including curved, champagne-colored walls and black metal and brass details. Diners enter through the bar and lounge before entering the main dining room with its abstract landscape wall covering and red banquettes.
The restaurant takes over the former D.O.C.G. Enoteca space on the third level.