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October 1, 2005

Wynn's Wing Lei

Posted by detroit1051

This excerpt from a review of Wing Lei at Wynn gives one example of why the property cost $3 Billion:

>>Seating is at elegantly decorated tables whose settings include gold chopsticks and chopstick holders, and high-backed, red velvet-armed tapestry chairs which look as if they might have been designed for Bertolucci's The Last Emperor. They are, by far, the most beautiful restaurant chairs in the city, and rumor has it they cost close to $1,500 apiece.<<

The article in the October issue of Las Vegas Life may be found at:
Steve Wynn's restaurant Wing Lei may be a bit pricey, but it offers a magnificent Chinese dining experience


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October 5, 2005 11:14 PM Posted by chris

"Wing Lei" is what Wynn Macau is called in Chinese (Cantonese) and are also the two Chinese characters that Steve has on his private jet that he uses to fly to Macau, so a bit of cross-selling going on.