Wing Lei

VERIFIED LUXURY
The meaning of the Chinese characters that represent Wing Lei, the upscale Chinese restaurant at Wynn Las Vegas, is twofold: not only does it mean “forever prosperous” but it also represents “Wynn” itself.

This fine dining restaurant pulls out all the stops with its decadent menu and French- and Chinese-inspired décor. Red, the color of luck in China, accents the room in the form of curtains and on the backs of chairs, emphasizing the handcrafted black onyx bar at the entrance.

Executive chef Ming Yu’s menu is a blend of traditional Shanghai, Szechwan and Cantonese cuisines, including a famed table-carved roasted duck presentation.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• Dining at Wing Lei inside Wynn Las Vegas is an exclusive affair, which will become increasingly evident once you lay eyes on the rich red- and gold-hued dining room (reminiscent of a Shanghai palace), and the dressed up versions of Shanghainese, Cantoneses and Szechuan dishes.

•  Once you arrive at Wing Lei for your dinner reservation, take a seat at the incredible bar if time allows — larger-than-life gold vases and a backlit gold liquor display behind the bar make for a regal setting.

• The best tables at Wing Lei inside Wynn Las Vegas are along the restaurant's window, which feature views of a series of tropical trees and plants.

• The service at Wing Lei inside Wynn Las Vegas is impeccable. Once you've given your name to the staff of the Five-Star restaurant, expect the server to remember it and use it throughout the meal.

• The sommelier at Wing Lei is Diego Vasquez, who oversees an inventory of more than 1,000 bottles with 550 selections. Vasquez is intimately familiar with the nuance of Chinese cuisine and can provide you with the perfect pairing, no matter what you order.
Things to Know
• The Five-Star restaurant only serves dinner each night from 5:30 to 10 p.m.

• Wing Lei is a trendy restaurant with a regal atmosphere. Business casual dress is befitting, and you'll probably feel great in a dress or a suit.

• While Wing Lei is a romantic restaurant, there are plenty of great four and six-person tables, with the atmosphere being friendly, inviting and enchanting, making it a great place to enjoy with others.
The Food
• Wing Lei's specialty is Peking duck, and for a real treat try the Imperial Peking duck tasting for $88 per person, $133 per person with a wine pairing, which includes table-carved Peking duck, duck wonton soup, wok-fried duck, duck chow mein, Peking duck salad and a dessert of the day.

• The menu at Wing Lei inside Wynn Las Vegas is quite large and offers American takes on Asian favorites such as shrimp toast with plum sauce, Shanghai chicken wonton soup, General Tso's chicken, braised tofu and crispy pork belly.

• There is also a page designated for chef Ming Yu's signature dinner, which includes chilled Santa Barbara prawns with osetra caviar, truffle pork dumpling, grilled sea bass, braised Wagyu short ribs and a dessert of the day.

• As one of the side dishes offered, the braised eggplant comes with minced pork, mushrooms and a soy reduction, plus the flavors are as complex as any main dish on the menu.
The Bar
• Wing Lei inside Wynn Las Vegas has a full bar available for all diners, as well as an intimate, six-seat bar counter at the Five-Star restaurant's entrance.

• The cozy bar features beautiful, metallic indentions where spirits are shelved, and is dimly lit.

• Try one of the seven signature cocktails that include Asian spirits and ingredients such as hibiscus, lemongrass, Canton Ginger Liqueur, Nigori Sake and Absolut Mandrin Vodka.

• There is also a list of fine sakes ranging from $38 for a 300-milliliter Rihaku to $1,888 for a 720-milliliter Zankyou Super 9.
Getting There
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
TEL702-770-3463