Genting Palace

Elegant Chinese cuisine on the Strip

Next to Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World, you’ll encounter Genting Palace. Step through the gleaming back moongate entryway and sit at the lime-green chairs or semi-circular booths lining white-clothed tables.

Cherry blossom panels covering the walls, floral carpeting and modern lantern-shaped lights help create an elegant fine-dining atmosphere to savor a medley of authentic cuisine from various areas of China and beyond. Enjoy Sichuan hot and sour soup, Macau-style roasted crispy pork belly or Fujian-style braised abalone fried rice, among many other dishes.

For a nightcap, head to the adjacent bar for flavorful cocktails and an abbreviated menu in colorful, vibrant surroundings.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • This is a destination for dim sum. Not only can you indulge in mouthwatering morsels, but they come in colorful, artful presentations. The black truffle dumplings stuffed with lobster, scallops and shrimp are shaped like orange-tinged boats, while the shrimp dumplings are encased in a pink wrapper and topped with a half of a quail egg.
  • Beyond the turquoise moongate in Genting Palace Lounge, the stylish, fun space mixes patterns and loud colors and throws in eclectic accents, like a bartop light fixture of a gold monkey wearing a lampshade skirt. Order the delectable Cherry Blossom (a pink libation with Roku gin, Chareau aloe liqueur, dragonfruit, ginger cordial, lime and a floating orchid).
  • Don’t miss the Peking duck. A large trolly rolls over to your table, where a chef deftly slices and serves the tender meat alongside accompaniments like hoisin sauce, crepes, cucumber and scallions.
  • If you want to get away from the crowd or are entertaining a group, have a meal in the Chinese restaurant's private dining room, which features Andy Warhol’s bright-colored silkscreen paintings of Chairman Mao Zedong.
  • One of the most popular items on the menu is the XO shrimp. An Instagram-worthy yam basket holds spicy shrimp, asparagus, carrot, ginger, onion, garlic and shiitake mushrooms.

The Food

  • The meaty Cantonese appetizer combination lays out barbecue pork, roasted duck, roasted pork, pork knuckle and marinated octopus meticulously with a border of thinly sliced cucumber halves.
  • Among the Las Vegas restaurant’s specialties is wok-fried A5 Japanese wagyu beef tenderloin with black pepper sauce, shimeji mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, mint and garlic.
  • For a good sampling of the menu, try the prix fixe. During the multicourse meal, expect dishes like tender crab claw wrapped in crispy kataifi or barbecued boneless duckling; mains like sweet and sour Chilean sea bass or Sichuan-style braised housemade tofu with chicken, mushrooms and greens; and desserts like mango sago with tropical fruits, chilled mango cream and pomelo.

Business casual
Gluten-free options
Private dining
Reservations recommended
Valet parking
Getting There
3000 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
NeighborhoodThe Strip
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