Large picture windows in the dramatic dining room allow guests to view an always changing sculpture garden. As in other Wynn Resort restaurants, no detail is overlooked, and the cooking of the chef highlights both the simplicity and complexity of Chinese cuisine. Offerings range from o-a-jen, an upscale take on common street food, to ultra-luxurious shark's fin soup and Peking duck. Service is rehearsed, knowledgeable and far from stuffy.
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