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Wing Lei
Wing Lei
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  • Address:
    3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South,
    Las Vegas, NV 89109
    Neighborhood:
    Wynn Las Vegas and Encore
  • Cuisine:
    Chinese
    Price: $50 and over

Wing Lei Details

  • Dining Style: Fine Dining
  • Website: http://wynnlasvegas.com
  • Email: opentable@wynnlasvegas.com
  • Phone: (702) 770-3388
  • Hours of Operation:
    Dinner: Daily: 5:30PM - 10:00PM.
  • Payment Options: AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
  • Cuisine: Chinese, Vegetarian / Vegan
  • Executive Chef: Ming Yu
  • Dress Code: Business Casual
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine

Getting there

  • Cross Street: Las Vegas Boulevard So. and Sands Avenue
  • Public Transit: 24/7 Las Vegas Public Transit; the Deuce and Express Bus stops outside on Las Vegas Boulevard.
  • Parking: Hotel Parking
  • Parking Details: Complimentary enclosed parking is available at the Wynn Self-Park lot, off of Las Vegas Boulevard. Valet parking is available at both the Wynn Main Gate off Las Vegas Boulevard, and the Wynn Tower Suites and South Gates, located off Sands Avenue.
A word from Wing Lei
At Wing Lei, rising star chef Ming Yu masterfully blends the flavors of China with Western technique to create a singularly delicious cuisine. Its just one delectable reason this is the only Chinese restaurant in the U.S. to have earned a coveted Michelin star. The seduction begins as you enter this exotic space, dressed in glimmering glass, tiger onyx, mother-of-pearl and gold accents. The décor, with its curved lines and rich gold accents, is meant to evoke the idea of 1930’s Shanghai. Every inch of this restaurant has been meticulously planned and lovingly crafted, from the ultra-plush, deep tapestry chairs and to the gold-tipped black chopsticks that grace the table settings. Large picture windows look onto a charming outdoor garden, replete with two 100-year old pomegranate trees. Despite all of the grandeur, the haute Chinese menu remains the focus, with its luxurious mix of Cantonese, Shanghai and Sichuan specialties.Continued
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