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.
Our meal was outstanding and our waiter Bhurley provided fantastic service. Will visit again when in Vegas. Best Pork Buns!
Great food and service .Everyone enjoyed their meal. Outstanding noodle dishes great soup.
Good food, not too expensive, open late. Fit well in Venetian.
The service was phenomenal, The food was good and the ambiance was wonderful. The only drawback that I noticed was the price of the food. It was just too expensive.
The service and food were good. The dinning room and interior area was awful. The lights were so bright it took away from enjoying the evening. I couldn't wait to leave.
Always a good meal and great service. I love the pressed duck
Very pleasant and numerous interesting items on the menu.
It was ok. Not great, little flat.
Love Love Love
The service was excellent and very friendly. The food was also good and never wanted for anything.
If you are looking for some Dimsum and chinese food that are not expensive, then visit this place. Equitable to PF Chang's in terms of food items and taste; as well as ambiance and cost. We stayed in The Palazzo for a week and looking for great taste at a reasonable price and found The HK Cafe. The other is Grimaldi's Pizzeria which we went to for a late evening snack before heading back to our room.
Enjoyable meal, but pretty pricey for this type of cuisine. Food arrives quickly and service is top notch.
Had the king seafood Vietnamese noodle bowl. Had absolutely no flavor. Things came out so quickly could tell they weren't made per order. Would eat there again in a pinch but order differently.
Good not that great..
Poor version of Chinese food. Even the basics were horrible.
The food was really good! The beef dish we ordered was really tender and had no gristle. The fish was delicious and the pot stickers were great! The only thing is that it seemed very overpriced. There are other places with even better Chinese food that would warrant the price. Overall, we thought it was good, just a bit pricey.
Flavorful entrees, friendly and helpful staff, if your a Las Vegas local show them your drivers license and they will discount your bill 25%. Definitely worth the money!!
Beautiful décor and high quality food. Lovely break from the casino floor. One point off for smoky atmosphere, but that comes with the territory (inside Palazzo).
So good we returned for lunch the next day. The $99 Peking Duck menu is well worth it. Pays for full use of 1 duck, feeds up to 4, although we were 2 so skipped appetizers. First, sliced Peking duck on pancake sliced and served tableside, then they shred out as much meat as they can and make bean sprout/duck stir fry, then drop bones in a tasty noodle soup. Outstanding.
just so so
They have the best crispy chicken wings! Good food. Service is ok.
Trapped in Vegas and craving really good Chinese food? This is where you want to go.
Spicy Veg fried rice, spiced lamb stir fry
Fairly quiet when I was there for lunch.
Quite an extensive menu, portions seem large.
Service was ok. No complaints but in a place with so many great restaurants this one was good.
Probably very different in the evenings when very busy.
Eating at the Hong Kong Cafe was a disappointing experience. I started by ordering a cocktail, but they delivered the wrong drink. On their fourth attempt to get it right, I gave up. Some of the food was served cold. And, overall, we left dinner thinking that they are many better places to eat in Las Vegas.