A new Chinese restaurant officially lands at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas this summer. Red Plate plans to serve Cantonese dishes in the former D.O.C.G. space on the third level of the resort. The restaurant slots in between Scarpetta and Beauty & Essex.
Chef Yip Cheung, who last ran the kitchen at the resort’s Talon Club, takes over Red Plate with a menu of roasted meats, Chinese hot pots, and dim sum.
Architectural firm Marnell Companies in tandem with Celano Design Studio are behind the look of the restaurant, and the space combines “traditional craft, artwork and furniture balanced with contemporary materials.” Curved, champagne-colored walls contrast with black metal and brass detailing at the entrance, while diners first encounter a bar and lounge before walking into the main dining space with an abstract landscape wall covering and red banquettes.
D.O.C.G. Enoteca from chef Scott Conant of Chopped fame closed last June.
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