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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
Great overall experience!
The decor was stunning and elegant. Service was exceptional, professional and still friendly.
Food was served table side by a white gloved server adding to the elegance of this restaurant!
Flavors were delicious and the portions were perfect.
Would highly recommended and will return for sure.
Great ambience and service. I felt the prices were a bit high. One dish for example was the spring roll. Tasty, though the portion was really minimal with more dipping sauces than spring roll. I asked for still water and should of said tap as I paid dearly for my Fiji water.
I came to Wing Lei expecting to be disappointed. The menu had several staples of Chinese cuisine but at significantly higher prices than usual. I was further put on edge by a telephone call from their staff "reminding" me that dress was business casual so I needed a collar and no open toed shoes. However, upon arrival my reservations were quickly dismissed. We were shown a table in the front corner of the restaurant at the edge of the main dining room. The dining area was bright and open, but still fostered a quiet stillness perfect for intimate conversation. The staff complemented this atmosphere with there diligent but unobtrusive attention to our dining needs.
We started the evening with the Wing Lei sampler which came with shrimp toast, ribs and a crab salad. The shrimp toast was a hit with my wife and I, but the ribs and crab salad were strong as well. The crab was fresh and blended well with the sweetness of the mango. The ribs were good, but ribs just can not be eaten with a fork and knife. I felt uncouth, but had no choice but to pick the rib up and eat it barehanded.
My wife and I shared the hot and sour seafood soup next. The soup had a nice mild flavor and the seafood had a clean and fresh flavor. For our entrees we shared the garlic beef and sampan prawns. The garlic beef was amazing! It was so tender we cut it with a butter knife. I generally do not like beef tenderloin as it has less flavor than most cuts but the garlic punched it up nicely. The prawns were the big surprise to me though. It was battered and fried then served dry with diced jalapenos as an accompaniment. The batter was not heavy, but instead was light and crispy. The jalapeno heat was there but not overpowering.
In the end I was so happy I had not cancelled my reservation. It will definitely get another visit when I am back in Vegas.
This may have been one of the best meals, of any sort, that my wife of 40 years and I have ever had. We decided to embark on the prix fixe ( fixed price) duck meal. It was a six course duck journey of the highest caliber. Our own single duck served five ways plus an exquisite desert. Each of the courses was paired with a wine or port, and each course was served with pride and respect. Not only was each course delicious, but the deep personality of Wing Lei was on display for us the see. I cannot imagine ever having a better duck dinner, and even if the main meat was something other than duck, Wing Lei let us know that their serving and preparation pride was our gift. Amazing and bravo.
My wife and I really enjoyed our experience at Wing Lei. It came highly recommended and exceeded our expectations. Roy took care of us and did an excellent job. We had the pot stickers as an appetizer and then shared the garlic beef tenderloin and general tao's chicken. Of all of our dining experiences in Las Vegas, this was our favorite!
The place is so well decorated, but I don´t know...... I think that something is missing in the ambient.
Excessively quiet, the light is flat, there are not lights and shadows, and finally the music selection is horrible (to say the less). I do not understand why Wynn that is a reference in Night entertainment with all the clubs, the best dj´s, is unable to make original music for its restaurants overall.
The food is great, but compared with the other restaurants in the resort, is not as amazing as the other places. We asked for Dim Sum, the beet one great, but the two others were tasteless.
I would prefer other options at that property.
We have dined at Wing Lei many times over the past several years. Always had been one of our favorite restaurants on the strip to take friends and business guests. Our experience on Jan 2nd was not top notch. The service seemed rather rushed without the personal suggestions of experienced wait staff in past visits. Very impersonal with service more typical of Americanized Asian restaurants where there is disregard to fine dining experience. Willing to give it one more try during a non holiday season before we cross Wing Lei off our list.
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