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MR CHOW at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

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MR CHOW

Mr Chow is one of the most coveted, and also most expensive, Chinese restaurants in Las Vegas, but we guarantee you've never experienced a dinner quite like it.

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Location

Caesars Palace

Today's Hours

Sunday Closed

Monday Closed

Tuesday 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Wednesday 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Thursday 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Friday 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Saturday 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Price

$$$$

Cuisine

Chinese

Phone

(702) 731-7888

Website

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Mr Chow is one of the most coveted, and also most expensive, Chinese restaurants in Las Vegas, but we guarantee you've never experienced a dinner quite like it.

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j8ones

303 Points
4/2/2024

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The ambiance at MR CHOW in Las Vegas is truly exceptional. From the stunning decor to the captivating kinetic chandelier, this restaurant stands out as one of the most beautiful and entertaining spots in the city. Don't miss the chance to experience the breathtaking view of Caesars garden and pool from the balcony behind the bar. While the service is top-notch with professional and attentive wait staff, the food leaves something to be desired. The portions are small and the prices are quite high, making it difficult to justify the cost for what is ultimately just average cuisine. Although this was my second visit to MR CHOW, it will likely be my last. A $250 bill for a meal for two with no leftovers simply isn't worth it in my opinion.

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Vector4Y

303 Points
2/27/2024

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Don't believe the hype! Despite its beautiful decor and impeccable service, MR CHOW falls short when it comes to the most important aspect - the food. While the prices suggest it should be top-notch, the dishes are lacking in flavor. The experience and ambiance are the main draws here, with the sauce being the only saving grace for some dishes. The texture of the chicken was questionable and led to an unpleasant experience the next day. Save your money and opt for better options in Chinatown, as you can find tastier "Asian" food in a mall food court. Take a picture from the doorway and move on to a more satisfying dining choice.

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Sunshine8

412 Points
2/11/2024

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I think they read prior reviews because none of the prior complaints were applicable. The servers were amazing: we never had an empty drink, they explained the menu with no problem, and they cleaned and reset the table respectfully between courses. As for the food, everything was cooked perfectly. They even portioned the meals appropriately for the 5 people in our party so everyone got even amounts. The best duck I’ve ever had!

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sierra45

458 Points
2/7/2024

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Do not believe the hype! This place is beautiful and the service impeccable but the accolades so there. Not let's be clear, MR CHOW IS NOT WHERE TO GO FOR GOOD FOOD (although for the prices it should be the absolute best). You're going for the floss, the experience and the ambiance and they do deliver on those things. The food was no tastier than the beautiful, crisp linen on the table (the saucewas the only thing that saved it). I also question the chicken due to its pork like texture, and I was extremely ill the following day. Do yourself a favor and ask the hostess if you can take a picture from the doorway, save your money and eat elsewhere. You can get much better food in Chinatown without all the pomp and circumstance. I've had better "Asian" food from a mall food court.

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Kitty12

973 Points
12/21/2023

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Way over priced for the quality of the food. I was so disappointed. They were small portions and everything tasted overcooked or with some type of syrup to force a flavor. The bus boys were all super nice. I liked them more than the actual waiter. They told us about a dinner for two. When we got the bill it was like a dinner for four price. We live in Chicago and we like nice restaurants and we don’t mind paying but we would never expect that price for the food. Panda Express is way better than this place. I would never ever ever ever go back and I will tell everyone back home about how underwhelming the food was. They should be ashamed about what they charge. Maybe they count on people not coming back. On the way out we were in the elevator with another couple that were also sticker shocked.

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tvlvr13

877 Points
11/29/2023

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As I stepped into this white understated restaurant, I knew an amazing experience is awaiting me. White tablecloths with lit squares in the center of each table, topped with delicate white orchids in vases, offered soft lighting to the room. From my first interaction with the hostess and Maitre d, to the team of servers, the entire experience was smooth and perfectly professional. Once you taste this exceptionally creative cuisine, you will want to make this restaurant your weekly habit. The food is unlike anything you’ve ever tasted. We had the crispy beef, velvet chicken, steamed veggies and shrimp fried rice, as our main course. Their house chili sauce is insane. Try one of their locations and you’ll see why this restaurant is in a league of its own.

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