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HONG KONG CAFÉ AT THE PALAZZO

The energy of one of the world's most vibrant cities is brought to life in Hong Kong Café at The Palazzo. Time-honored service is merged with an eclectic mix of Asian cuisine with Western fare in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. It's the closest you can get to Hong Kong without being there.

 

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LOCATION
The Palazzo Casino Floor
Near The Palazzo Waterfall Atrium
View Property Map (Location #21) 

CHEF
Simon To 

HOURS OF OPERATION
Sunday - Thursday:
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m.

Friday - Saturday:
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 a.m.


CONTACT
Phone: 702.607.2220
Rice Roll
Pork Belly
Fish Balls
Spam & Eggs
Chinese Sausage
Scallop
Seafood Soup
Pork Chop
Tenderloin
Egg Tart
Pork Chop Sandwich
Beef Tongue
Now serving lunch, dinner and late-night dishes at The Palazzo Las Vegas, Hong Kong Cafe showcases the energy of one of the world’s most vibrant cities and brings to life an eclectic mix of Asian cuisine and Western fare, all in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.  
 
Located on the casino floor, Hong Kong Cafe's signature dishes include rice roll with X.O. sauce, Macau-style roasted pork belly, fried fish ball with curry, Chinese sausage and preserved pork belly over steamed white rice, pan-seared scallop with Szechuan pepper sauce, and King seafood Vietnamese noodle soup. 
Simon To

Simon To

Chef Simon To, a Paiza Club chef since its inception in 2004, has 35 years of experience cooking Asian cuisine. Originally from Hong Kong, he specializes in Canton and Szechwan styles and is considered a Dim Sum master. Chef To has served his signature dishes all over the world including France, Hong Kong and Canada and was recently awarded the coveted Bleu Ribbon award from Le Cordon College of Culinary Arts.

In recognition of his outstanding contributions and accomplishments in the hospitality industry, especially at The Venetian’s exclusive Paiza Club, Chef Simon To was inducted into Les Amis d’Escoffier Society of China. Known for his professionalism and excellent reputation within the Asian and American Hospitality field, the Society selected Chef To as Honorary Chairman for his achievement in the culinary field.