Tim Ho Wan, the Michelin-starred Hong Kong dim-sum restaurant, plans to open in September. The 5,055-square-foot restaurant joins the resort’s west casino expansion.
The first Tim Ho Wan location opened in 2009 in Hong Kong’s Mong Kok district, earned one Michelin star within a year of operation and received the title of “world’s most reasonable Michelin-starred restaurant.” Mak Kwai Pui, formerly a chef of three Michelin-starred Lung King Heen at the Four Seasons in Hong Kong, and Leung Fai Keung co-founded the restaurant.
Dishes include barbecue pork buns and rice rolls, pan-fried turnip cakes, sui mai (steamed dumplings), har gow (shrimp dumplings), and steamed egg cake. Mak also plans to create a special dish just for the Palms location.
Once open, the restaurant sits within a new space that connects the west parking garage to the casino.