With understated elegance and luxury, Genting Palace presents authentic fine-dining Chinese cuisine by veteran Hong Kong chefs to discerning gourmands. The a la carte menu features popular favorites like Chinese barbeque, a selection of exquisite dim sum and seasonal live seafood. Rooms are available for intimate dining.
Dim Sum: 11am to 3pm Sun., Wed. to Sat.
Dinner: 5pm to 10pm Sun., Wed. to Thus.
5pm to 12am Fri. to Sat.
Mon. to Tues.
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It's never a pleasant experience to gamble on an empty stomach. So it's a good thing the year-old Resorts World Casino at the Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens houses one of the best dim sum restaurants in New York. The spacious Genting Palace, which comfortably seats 355 and overlooks the racetrack, serves an incredible array of small dishes for $3.50-4.50, including tender shrimp dumplings, traditional shumai and savory spareribs in a blackbean paste. Chef Yiu Chuen Pang's beef tripe with ginger and scallion is particularly delicate and flavorful, while the Shanghai bun with both pork and crab meat is the most popular. And be sure to save room for the chicken feet with black bean paste, which tastes so good you'll forget you're devouring fowl digits. The dumpling skins are so thin they are almost translucent and the spring rolls pack a mean crunch. This is one gamble that will certainly payoff.
- Chef Yiu Chuen Pang
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