One of the most eagerly anticipated arrivals of the year, Mott 32 will officially debut at the Palazzo later this month, the first U.S. expansion from acclaimed restaurateurs Maximal Concepts. And while it managed to stay under wraps during construction, the first hints of what to expect have been revealed back in Hong Kong.
First uncovered back in May, the opulent Mott 32 will fill 11,715-square-foot inside the long-shuttered Restaurant Charlie from the late Charlie Trotter.
The restaurant is now accepting reservations for the first day of service on Dec. 29 and future opening hours will be daily from 5 to 11 p.m.
The menu will feature standout Cantonese, Sichuan, and Beijing-inspired dishes from its Hong Kong and Vancouver predecessors, including applewood roasted Peking duck, barbecue pluma Iberico pork glazed with yellow mountain honey, and crispy triple-cooked wagyu beef short ribs, created by group executive chef Man-Sing Lee, and locally based head chef Alan Ji, formerly of Wing Lei at Wynn Las Vegas.
Carefully keeping the interiors hidden, Mott 32 has finally shared renderings with Hong Kong’s Away in Style website of the elaborate bar space and an arched dining area.
Behind the look, the award-winning Hong Kong-based Joyce Wang Studio design team, who have incorporated nods to the resort’s Strip setting, including neon signage, a table made from a vintage roulette wheel and a feather boa chandelier.
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