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.
Way overpriced for dim sum that you can get for lunch off the strip but the service is unbelievable because the waiter paid attention to everything that you do and every thing that you may want or ask for
Our waiter disappeared half way through our meal. We had to get our check from a different waiter and finally pay to the hostess. The food was good though.
Service was slow. Staff said they had been busy with a large party - not our problem if they could not handle our booking they should not have accepted it! The dish I ordered was aubergine with pork - if there was any pork in it I could not find it! The same with the chicken & pork dish ordered by another in our group.
Great appetizers and soups. I enjoy the authenticity of an Asian inspired restaurant when the majority of customers appear and sound like they are Asian. We enjoyed it.
Staying at the Palazzo, the Hong Kong Café is a nice go-to for Chinese as it's right in the hotel. The food we ordered was served piping hot and whetted our appetite. We were craving for Beef Chow Fun, Char Siu Bau and Toasted noodle with Seafood in a light sauce. All delicious!
Good Chinese restaurant.
The portions are a little bit small but the food was satisfying and tasty. The restaurant was quite and welcoming.
Solid food, good service
Food was not great, not really tasty, the oven roasted duck as only bones, fat and skin, not even crispy by the way, the curry was kind of ready-to-eat-quality and the noodle soup was very much like water with soy sauce, very poor. Very limited service as well. Not recommandable!
The restaurant has an opening to the casino floor, so you get a side of cigarette smoke with your meal. The dim sum was ok, but the entrees neither looked nor tasted appetizing. It was a high price to pay for mediocre food. The staff was very friendly though.
Good food. The name and look can make it deceiving but I was actually really impressed with the quality of food and price. It’s my second time going here. Definitely would suggest it to others for good Chinese food not to greasy or oily and food is fresh.
Overpriced for what it is
Food was of average quality for a Chinese restaurant, noting spectacular or particularly notable. We enjoyed our meals.
At the casino . Great authentic Chinese food with great choices . Recommend the congee soup
Stopped here before seeing a show. Staff is very friendly and accommodating, they check on you during your entire meal to make sure everything is fine. The courses are paced fine and not rushed. Everything we ordered was delicious and prepared as ordered. We will be back when we are in Vegas again.
Wonderful -excellent service. Authentic...
I would definitely be back! Yelp had only 3 stars, so I hesitated, but definitely deserves more than 3 stars. I visited MOTT 32 and hongkong cafe while I was in vegas, but this place is just great as MOTT 32
Food was average at best. Very salty and little flavor. Service was a bit slow even though restaurant was not crowded. Just kind of “meh”.
When staying at the Palazzo or Venetian and looking for reasonably priced, great tasting Chinese food, do not pass up Hong Kong Cafe! Portions are great, taste is amazing, service with smiles and priced just right compared to many other restaurants. Even though they are on the casino floor you are still able to sit and have a good conversation, sit back and relax.
Food was average, waiter seemed annoyed by us.
The food was fresh but not very flavorful. We ordered Kung Pao chicken which is usually packed with flavors and it was bland. We also got scallops and although they were spicy, not much else in terms of flavors.
The decor is lovely and the service was good. We are locals and will stick to Chinatown for Chinese food where we have had some amazing meals.
A great place for small bites or large and perfect served family style!
Expensive Chinese take out quality food. Food didn’t remind me of Hong Kong at all. The lackluster service did though! This place is not worth the money they charge.
Near the Palazzo entrance. Had the Chow Fun. It was ok but had sort of an overwhelming lemony flavor or something. Roast duck was presented with fanfare and tasted great. Nice atmosphere for a business lunch or dinner.
Cantonese food choices tastes good!
Restaurant inside the palazzo casino. They dont have restrooms! You need to go to the casino restrooms
Overpriced and very very slow service. Staff is not knowledgeable about the menu.
We had a nice time at dinner. This was our last afternoon in Las Vegas. Wish we could have spent a couple more days!
The service and food is always exceptional when I go to Honk Kong Cafe. I will go back the next time I'm in Las Vegas.
Was somewhat pedestrian dim sum and the prices were high for the quality.
Had Singapore Noodle, Chicken lo mein and chicken and sweet corn soup, arrived real quick, hot and tasty
A pleasant and good restaurant with good interior and good food ( we had the Peking Duck menu ).
Good value for Vegas
For being in a casino the atmosphere was great. Authentic chinese food in Las Vegas! Even better, staffed by chinese people. Surprised with the quality of the beef noodle soup.
The food was good but was way overpriced. There was nothing special about the meal which supported the price.
Their noodle soup (Pho) is very good. Had some great vodka, lime, ginger and cucumber cocktails. Exhilarating!
Server was not very friendly but the food was very good so it made up for the poor service. Dumpling soup and porkchop sandwhich were both delcious!
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