Hong Kong Cafe
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.
Really enjoyed the food and the service was on point as well. Every dish they brought us and even the ones that passed by to other tables looked wonderful. Make a reservation! There was a big line but because we booked on Open Table, we walked right in. Everything on point, not sure why they get beat up on other reviews.
This is a remarkably authentic Chinese restaurant right off the Palazzo Casino. Moderately priced. I always eat there on each trip to LV
Always try to make it here when we're in Vegas. Good dim sum. Consistent experience.
Staff was rude and really loud in moving tables and chairs right behind us.
Had a business lunch for CES. Food was OK and a little cold and definitely overpriced but that's expected for a hotel restaurant. It worked for my needs at the time but probable wouldn't go out of my way to come here.
Subpar food, chicken came out ice cold and poorly cooked, out of menu items . Lack of knowledge about food allergies and overpriced for what it delivered.
The menu is vast but the waiter didn’t provide any explanation and seemed with no patience.
It took us a while to order and we went with the roasted duck (which came out not so warm) pork belly which was ok but boring , beef Lomain which was good and begin fried rice that was heavy on the fish sauce.
The plates came far apart and it wasn’t possible to have the meat wit rice due to the time passed.
A huge disappointment.
Food and Service were excellent.
Food just wasn’t that good
Delicious! Get the beef satay soup—it’s incredible!! I would eat it every day. We went twice while we were in town cause it was so good. The spicy cucumbers and Szechuan braised eggplant were also A+.
Dont Listen to negative yelp reviews - our service was very good and the food was tasty - everything in Vegas is expensive so prices shouldn’t surprise.
The Peking Duck was tender and deliciously seasoned. Whole duck carved at our table served with steamed buns made for a tasty and filling meal.
The restaurant looked beautiful from the outside as well as inside. The staff was very friendly. The food, however, was not that great. It tasted alright. It was very pricey, though, making it not worth the money spent.
This is by far the best Asian restaurant in the Venetian/Palazzo/Grand Canal Shoppes complex. We have stayed at the Venetian multiple times a year for 15 years+ so we've tried them all. If you're having an Asian food craving, Hong Kong Cafe will not disappoint.
Our waiter had very little knowledge of what Gluten-Free was about. Also did not have Gluten-Free sauce.
Best Asian food I ever had. Love this restaurant.
Exceptional Food! They got us in earlier than our reservations. Service could have been better but overall we were satisfied because the food was super yummy!
Went here before we went to Cirque du solie KA. Very good food and our waitress was very helpful and recommended some items to try. Enjoyed our dinner. Our picky grandson ate every bite of his.
Pretty standard fare Chinese food. The ambiance is very nice, the service is quite good, but, of course, like all of the restaurants in the Venetian, the prices are high.
Met some Chinese suppliers for dinner. Food is good American/Chinese which is to say close to, but not exactly, what one would get in China.
The menu is limited and the dishes were not good. We ordered the BBQ combination, jelly fish, stir fry greens, shui mai, and bbq pork buns. The bbq combo of chicken, duck and pork belly were dry and chewy. The greens were tough and stringy. The other dishes were okay but not great. We will not go again. The bill was over $160.
Really impressed with the food here! We had a large group and ordered several dishes -- everything was so tasty, and made to order fresh. The standout dishes were the Szechuan eggplant, honey walnut prawns, and Mongolian beef. The soup dumplings were not the best I've ever had, but not bad either. Compared to other Vegas restaurants, prices were very reasonable. I would definitely come back here.
The service was quick, the food was hot and the price was reasonable. Especially for Vegas
Excellent food and service.best Chinese we have had in a while. Thanks!
Good Authentic Chinese food. Reminds me of restaurants in Hong Kong. I would recommend dimming the lights for better ambiance. It was WAY to bright!!
Very good food, vodka drink with ginger, mint and soda was delicious. Good value for the high end Palazzo
We loved this restaurant. The food was excellent as was the service. I would highly recommend it.
No glıtenfree options other than vegetable stir fry, as all their food is pre prepared and done elsewhere!!!
we had the combination dinner for 22.00 per person.There was too
much food but it was delicious.Would highly recommend.
Food was great and Waiter was helpful with drink suggestions.
The Peking Duck was delicious and what a treat to have it carved tableside! The stir fried second dish was also good. Our group of six also enjoyed 2 dimsum dishes, the steamed fish and seafood noodles. Dessert was sesame balls which are a nice small sweet bite. We will definitely return!
Food wasn't what I expected so nothing stands out. Mediocre service.
Imperial Peking Duck the way to go.
We had the Dim Sum and the Peking Duck.. Absolutely delicious!!
Good food but they are wanted to bring EVERYTHING at together and then one appetizer was forgotten we were seated next to the bar yet all drinks came from back of the house, and the bartender had nothing to do because none of the drink orders went to her..
Great food, enjoyed the dim sum.