Tim Ho Wan, the Michelin-starred restaurant out of Hong Kong, gets ready to debut Sept. 29 at the Palms with a 5,055-square-foot space seating 200.
While the restaurant from chef-founders Mak Kwai Pui and Leung Fai Keung features many of the dishes found at the original location, the Palms added new dishes such as wagyu bundles with apples and mushrooms; shrimp toast with truffles and foie gras; and rice rolls stuffed with steamed lobster and Chinese black bean sauce, according to Robb Report.
Of course, the menu features Cantonese favorites such as barbecue pork buns and rice rolls, pan-fried turnip cakes, sui mai (steamed dumplings), har gow (shrimp dumplings), and steamed egg cake.
The bar features Japanese whiskies and traditional Chinese spirits including baijiu along with a tea program with Chinese flavors such as lychee black tea and Hong Kong-style coffee milk tea.
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.”
Once open, the restaurant sits within a new space that connects the west parking garage to the casino.
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