The JW Marriott’s new Asian restaurant opens this month with a bevy of Japanese, Chinese, and pan-Asian dishes. Jade Asian Kitchen & Noodles takes over the former Shizen space at the resort with lunch and dinner.
The restaurant offers traditional Chinese wok dishes, sushi rolls and sashimi, ramen and noodles, robata dishes grilled over Binchotan-charred coals, and teppanyaki. The 10,000-square-foot restaurant seats more than 400 diners. Aside from the dining room and bar, the space features a secluded teppanyaki room with two group tables, a sushi room with communal dining, a casual noodle space, and a patio with waterfalls and koi fish in the ponds.
Jade brought on chef Ayoung Chang, most recently of the pan-Asian fusion restaurant Jia at MGM Resorts International’s Beau Rivage, while the resort’s executive pastry chef Olivier Carlos oversees desserts.
Jade Asian Kitchen & Noodles plans to be open for dinner from 5 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The noodle bar and small dining area will also be open for lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday through Sunday with a limited menu from the noodle and Chinese favorite menus.
Shizen, the Japanese restaurant with a sushi bar and teppanyaki tables at the JW Marriott, closed on May 1.