Mr Chow

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Meet Mr Chow. Then, Meet His Restaurant.

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And kindly introduce you to the one and only Mr Chow—a new-to-Vegas restaurant that’s bringing elevated Beijing-centric food and champagne trolleys to an indoor/outdoor space in Caesars Palace. It’s open now for walk-ins and currently accepting reservations for Saturday.

Now, if you will, please take a moment to peruse Mr Chow’s résumé.

Experience: Six locations, from London to New York, and 46 years of experience hand-pulling savory Chinese noodles.

Design: From a private elevator off the casino floor, you’ll stroll into a modern 180-seat dining room with a suspended kinetic centerpiece unlike anything you’ve seen in Vegas. And you’ve seen Cirque du Soleil.

Slideshow: This is that.

Skills: Crafting lychee-essence champagne drinks for you and a lovely date; preparing family-style Beijing duck; making green prawns; making green prawns not nearly as gross as mentioning the color green maybe made them sound just then.

Other: A champagne trolley that ensures you’re imbibing bubbly from the moment you step inside. And yes, it’s precisely what you think a champagne trolley would be.

Confession: we wrote Mr Chow’s résumé.

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