Authentic Cantonese cuisine is now available at Palace Station Hotel and Casino with the opening of Food Express II Chinese Restaurant.
Items offered at Food Express II range from traditional noodle and rice dishes to shark fin soup, abalone and sea cucumber entrees. Delicious hot pot specials are also available, offering rejuvenating soups that are good for ones health. Offerings include Imperial Peking Duck, sautéed shrimp with honey walnut and mayonnaise, roasted Mandarin pork chop with gravy and braised lobster with ginger and scallions, among several others. Food Express II also features a lunch special for $6.95 that includes the soup of the day, egg roll, fried rice and a choice from 10 entrees.
The popular Pit 8, a specialized table-games pit offering baccarat, pai gow poker and pai gow tile games favored by Asians, at Palace Station offers food tableside from Food Express II. Items such as the invigorating hotpots are a perfect complement to players looking to regain energy during intense games at the tables.
“We’re so pleased to be a part of Palace Station, and are glad to be able to bring our quality food and service to such a great establishment,” said Food Express Owner Chi Leung.
The dining establishment is open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and late-night dining from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Entrees begin at $8.50 and are available both inside the restaurant and in the Pit 8 gaming area. Reservations can be made by calling (702) 221-6679. For more information, visit www.palacestation.com.
The original Food Express is located at 2003 S. Decatur Blvd., just one block south of Oakey Boulevard. The restaurant is heralded for its authentic Chinese food and its attentive service.