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Wing Lei

Finally, a high-end Chinese restaurant that rivals the best in Beijing or Hong Kong. Taiwanese chef (and rising culinary star) Richard Chen takes the diverse flavors of Chinese fare and masterfully weaves them into banquet-worthy dishes. The five-course Peking duck menu is the perfect introduction to this haute cuisine, with a tableside carving of roasted duck wrapped in Mandarin pancakes, Peking duck salad, wild duck soup and a chocolate dome for dessert. Eat like a king (or queen) with gold-plated chopsticks, and lose yourself amid the exotic décor: a white onyx bar and 100-year-old pomegranate trees that flower when the season is right. 


Wing Lei
Wynn Las Vegas
3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South


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