David Chang, the television personality and chef who already has Momofuku at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, now has an opening date for his second Las Vegas restaurant, Majordomo Meat & Fish at the Palazzo. The Asian restaurant with table-side service, a Korean barbecue in the back, dim sum, maybe seafood tanks, and Tastys sliders plans to open on December 14 at the resort with a VIP party with Esquire magazine.
In September, Chang showcased some of the dishes he might serve at the restaurant. At the time, he said, “I’ll be honest, I have no idea of what’s actually going to be on the menu when we open.” Some hints: “It’s going to be like my love of like Lawry’s Prime Rib. My love of Brazilian steakhouses, obviously my love of Korean barbecue.”
Trolley service with smoked prime rib and dim sum, a Korean barbecue at the rear of the space that takes over the former home of Carnevino at the Palazzo, and a separate a slider restaurant modeled after White Manna, the slider burger institution in New Jersey, are definitely in the works.
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