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Secret Menu Items at Mr. Chow Las Vegas

Secret Menu Items at Mr. Chow Las Vegas

October 15, 2019 by

Phil Tzeng Phil Tzeng

Despite all of its in-your-face imagery, Las Vegas loves to keep secrets, and there are many private perks only discussed as rumors or available exclusively to VIPs. Las Vegas is buzzing about two off-the-menu offerings at Mr Chow (mrchow.com) inside Caesars Palace: the smoked bean curd roll and Beijing sea bass. The former was “a favorite of the emperor in ancient China,” says chef Cesar Laran, while the latter “is an indispensable element of Beijing cuisine.” Due to the complexity of the cooking process and ingredients, guests “in the know” must order them weeks in advance. “They are not suitable for mass production,” Laran says. Consider yourself in the know, but never forget the long-standing Las Vegas motto. You know the one. .













Secret Menu Items at Mr. Chow Las Vegas

October 15, 2019 by Phil Tzeng

Despite all of its in-your-face imagery, Las Vegas loves to keep secrets, and there are many private perks only discussed as rumors or available exclusively to VIPs. Las Vegas is buzzing about two off-the-menu offerings at Mr Chow (mrchow.com) inside Caesars Palace: the smoked bean curd roll and Beijing sea bass. The former was “a favorite of the emperor in ancient China,” says chef Cesar Laran, while the latter “is an indispensable element of Beijing cuisine.” Due to the complexity of the cooking process and ingredients, guests “in the know” must order them weeks in advance. “They are not suitable for mass production,” Laran says. Consider yourself in the know, but never forget the long-standing Las Vegas motto. You know the one. .