New Lao Sze Chuan Restaurant at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas
The luxurious Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is proud to announce that famous chef Tony Hu will be opening his new luxury restaurant – Lao Sze Chuan.
Although the choices for top, fine dining restaurants in Las Vegas is plentiful, this new Chicago-based restaurant will feature authentic Chinese cuisine and will quickly become one of the most popular restaurants in Las Vegas.
Lao Sze Chuan is one of 16 restaurants owned by Chef Tony Hu and has been honored by receiving the coveted MICHELIN Guide “Bib Gourmand” distinction for the last two years. This location will be the first restaurant in Las Vegas for Tony Lu.
Food lovers will enjoy the fine dining experience at Lao Sze Chuan and select from Sze Chuan cuisine in addition to a variety of popular Mandarin, Hunan, Cantonese plus Shanghai dishes that have been created specifically for the new Palms Casino Resort restaurant.
For example, Tony’s Chicken with Three Chili (photo above) are popular spicy favorites served at the Chicago restaurant and will be available at the The Palms location. One of the new dishes that sounds so delicious is Sze Chaun Peppercorn Fish.
Acclaimed chef Tony Hu is recognized as the “mayor of Chinatown” in Chicago’s culinary world and worked hard to develop Lao Sze Chuan into one of the most beloved Chinese restaurants in the U.S. Hu utilizes high quality ingredients and consistently delivers great tasting, traditional Sze Chuan cuisine.
Vice President of Food and Beverage at Palms Casino Resort, Alexander Schnoeller was quoted, “At Palms we’re continuing to evolve, creating exceptional experiences throughout the property to match our guests’ diverse interests and tastes. We’re honored to welcome Tony Hu and his celebrated cuisine to the property with the opening of Lao Sze Chuan.”
The new Lao Sze Chuan luxury restaurant in Las Vegas will be 150 seats and will feature a vibrant decor. The restaurant will have high ceilings and decorated with ceramic sculptures plus culturally-inspired artwork.
Restaurant guests will also be able to enjoy dining on the outdoor patio space that overlooks the popular Palms Pool.
Lao Sze Chuan at The Palms in Las Vegas will be opening in late August. The restaurant will be open seven days a week – from 11:30 a.m. until 12 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11:30 a.m. until 2 a.m. Friday through Saturday. Dim sum will also be served daily between the hours of 11:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.