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About 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 North America to be recognized with the prestigious Forbes Five-Star Award. 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.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Chinese, Vegetarian / Vegan
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Daily: 5:30PM - 10:00PM.
Las Vegas Boulevard So. and Sands Avenue
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
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. Please visit wynnlasvegas.com/parking for rates and further information.
24/7 Las Vegas Public Transit; the Deuce and Express Bus stops outside on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
At Wing Lei, star chef Ming Yu blends the flavors of China with Western techniques to create a delicious cuisine delivering the best of both worlds. Private dining rooms; group dining.
Wing Lei Ratings and Reviews
This was my second visit here I wanted to share it with my Fiancee , probably one of the best restaurants Ive been to in Las Vegas. My first visit was before I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. A group of us shared dishes and the food was so amazing. Such big bold flavors.
I was looking forward to the same experience or at least something similar with this visit
I had looked up reviews for Gluten Free reviews for this restaurant. and learning that Steve Wynn is GF I was satisfied that I could still eat here.
Well I could and did but when I asked for their GF menu I was offered a small 6X6 book which is normal. but our awesome server ( really she was great! ( MAY) . pointed out the GF section of the Allergy menu out of the dozens of menu options the standard restaurant had to offer , The only 6 GF offerings consisted of a wok seared lobster( which was good /basic,) a chicken dish and a NY strip. as well as a grilled sea bass.(the special) String beans with garlic ( Good /Basic too) and a garden salad.
I did share the crab salad which was on the regular menu, they made it GF ordering it without the dressing. I asked if I could have the garden salad dressing instead. I was a standard vinaigrette . i was told nothing else on the menu could be made GF.
Like I previously stated I was looking for a similar experience as my first one. with big flavors, lots of choices and tasting/Sharing.
As I had had bass and steak the two days prior I chose the lobster because it was a special meal.
Not sure I'll be back, as the GF choices are severely limited and VERY simply prepared, basic in flavor. I was told that all of the other dishes have soy sauce. which contains wheat. I had asked if they had or could use tamari sauce which Is GF. I was told they did not use tamari.
One of the most beautiful restaurants I've ever seen, with impeccable service and delicious food to match. A very nice menu, wide selection, could have had a number of dishes--something for everyone. Very elegant and formal service, which I enjoyed, but if you do not want that a more casual option might be a better fit. Not a good choice for young children. Another outstanding Wynn restaurant, can always count on good food, service, and atmosphere from this property.
We have been searching for a wonderful Peking duck in Las Vegas for 4 years. Just never tried the right place before going to Wing Lei. I used to frequent Peking Gourmet in Falls Church, VA and have been searching since moving away. Wing Lei is perfect. Crispy, no layer of fat on that lovely crisp skin. Perfect presentation. My husband offered to take me agin the following night, I was so in love with the duck. We also had Maine lobster, very good. I have a favorite dining spot now. Yay! Prices are steep. We can not go as often as I would like, but it is top of our list. Thank you Wing Lei! The staff all were so wonderful, and treated us special and they did not even know it was my Birthday celebration dinner.
A long-time favorite that has evolved over the years--not necessarily to the good. A quiet and formal experience with a skilled and reserved wait staff. Everything runs smoothly, but the diminished size of the menu options and the very clear skewing of the choices to the ultra-high end Asian crowd makes it less a regular haunt than it has always been. Nothing on the menu was poorly prepared or presented. But the glory of the presentation did not compensate for the limited choices in the "regular" price category or the almost ordinary creations. I very much want this anchor spot to succeed and I'll be watching the menu in advance of future bookings.
The restaurant is beautiful and the food was delicious. It is pricey but that's Las Vegas. The staff did not bring me a small chair for my purse as they did for others. And the waiter did not offer us half an order of duck as he did the table next to us. In fact, they tried to accommodate my husband's sesame allergy but all the appetizers had sesame oil which suggests they are premade. We ate the next day at another Chinese restaurant at the hotel and they were able to accomodate his allergy. We were celebrating a special occasion so they brought us a dessert to share, gratis. But no dessert to go as other reviewers mentioned. In summary, I would eat here again, if money were no object.
They remembered our anniversary with a special dessert
Food would have made my Chinese mother in law very unhappy
Too salty or bland
Presentation of food fun (too bad it did not live up to presentation)
For the price my auntie would have sent everything back to be redone until it was right (we did not unfortunately)
Our experience was truly lovely. The beauty of the restaurant, the professional, pleasant staff, and the menu choices made this a very pleasant Anniversary dinner. We found the dishes exquisite, both in presentation and flavor. Thank you for a wonderful evening.
Elegant, exceptional, once-in-a-lifetime venue that is worth going if you have the cash and want to treat you and/or family members and/or loved ones.
Approximately half of the guests on my night were Chinese speaking Chinese and the other half were Americans speaking English but gamely trying to use the mother-of-pearl chopsticks.
Important, if you go, go with at least one other person, so you can try the tasting menu, which was approximately one seventy per person; other food excellent, but table-side presentation comes with tasting menu.
I was going to make reservations online gere and saw many openings so I called the Wynn and thought it would be faster....but Rose said they were booked solid all night...so while she was on the line, I pushed reserve and Rose saw it on her end. Ah, but when we arrived and for the hour we were there eating, approximately 8 to 12 tables sat empty...a mystery.
We ordered the Lemon Chicken and it was crispy but meat dry...even with the special sauce. My 3 large lamb chops were overall good but a bit fattier than what I am used to...tasted good.
Service was excellent and it felt like I was in China. A bit disappointed and perplexed with the Forbes rating. Mizumi has 20 times the overall atmosphere...a Dragon outside a large window with some delicate trees some sort of Feng Shui? The single small mystery room seemed special...perhaps a Chinese concept?
The location is away from the casino and the atmosphere not the wow! I would expect to draw customer's to a somewhat remote portion if Wynn.
My wife, daughter and grandson enjoyed everthing...I am a bit more critical as I am a shareholder.
SW, Andrea's, La Cave, Tableau, Sinatra, Terrace Point Cafe, and even the Buffet have it beat, imo...sad to say, I was truly disappointed.
I am probably not understanding the uproar as it perhaps is a cultural restaurant with attention to detail to please Chinese Baccarat high rollers...
No, will not be back to Wing Lei. Been to Wynn Encore well over 500 times and it remains my biggest stock holding.
We split the peking duck, carved tableside. It tasted amazing. The service was superb. The chef's complimentary amuse-bouche, special hot tea, and dessert truffles were delightful. The setting-- decor and views of the old pomegranate trees outside-- was enchanting. I can't wait to go back sometime. I'd love to try the chef's tasting menu when we have more time...We were heading to a show that night, so we couldn't linger for a very long dinner. We were in and out within an hour.
The only reason I rated this less than 5 stars was that the Peking Duck which they are supposed to be known for was overcooked, tasteless and just plain terrible. Everything else we had was incredible. Great restaurant overall but if you have a signature dish you should make sure that the quality of your product is exceptional but that was obviously not the case with the duck. Michelin restaurants should never fail at anything!
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