Mott 32 represents modern Hong Kong as well as a new chapter of Chinese dining. Named after the famed convenience store on 32 Mott Street in New York, the restaurant captures the dynamism of NYC’s vibrant Chinatown. It is a restaurant that embodies the Chinese culture and philosophy that has been shaped from generation-to-generation. It embraces flavors and ingredients from around China and the world and delivers it as home cooking should be, in a more rustic and honest way.
Farm-to-table cooking is at the heart of the restaurant’s menu. Mott 32 meticulously sources the finest ingredients, allowing the authentic flavors to shine with delicacies derived from Cantonese, Szechuan, and Beijing cultures.
Designed by renowned interior designer Joyce Wang, the restaurant's Las Vegas design reflects Mott 32's original pairing of New York industrialism and classic Chinese elements along with nods to Las Vegas culture. Added layers of rich detail include a dining table made out of a vintage Roulette wheel and a chandelier adorned with a feather boa. These design elements, a world-class menu and open and inviting layout, provide the perfect setting for a full night experience.