The blowout feast at Mott 32 includes all-you-can-eat Iberico pork and truffles.

By Andy Wang
January 14, 2020

The new “bottomless brunch” at Mott 32 in Las Vegas is truly dim sum and then some. The wild $58-per-person Sunday brunch, which started on January 12 at the high-end Chinese restaurant inside The Palazzo, begins with an assortment of rarefied dim sum, including excellent har gow made with king prawns and garlic chives. Deeply black bamboo-charcoal buns are sugar-coated and filled with barbecue Iberico pork, and there are South Australian scallop dumplings topped with caviar and gold leaf.

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Next comes your choice of unlimited signature items that include seafood, meat, soup, rice, noodles, vegetables, and desserts. Standout options include sesame prawn toast and an ultra-luxurious preparation of barbecue Iberico pork that features shaved black truffles along with scrambled eggs. So, yes, Vegas now has a restaurant with all-you-can-eat Iberico pork and truffles.

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This experience is a lot more civilized than a buffet. There’s no need to shove people who are asking too many questions and holding up the line at a carving station. You don’t have to start running when you see a hotel pan filled with premium seafood. You order from your server. You have up to two hours to eat as much as you want. For $35, you can add a “free-flow beverage package” with specialty cocktails, Moët and Chandon Champagne, and a mocktail.

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To answer what’s probably your primary question: Mott 32’s famous applewood-roasted Peking duck isn’t available at brunch. But at least you can enjoy rice-vermicelli soup with pickled mustard greens and shredded duck as part of your brunch feast. And Mott 32 has plenty of other great brunch options for aggressive carnivores: There’s beef tendon with a soft smoked tea egg; crispy roasted pork belly; fried mashed potatoes with short ribs; and cold free-range chicken with Sichuan peppercorns and chile sauce.

Mott 32, by the way, is next to Majordomo Meat & Fish, where David Chang plans to turn his back room into a “meat house” that might offer a buffet. The Palazzo feels like it could really be the place for all-you-can-eat extravaganzas in 2020.

Mott 32, 3325 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, 702-607-3232

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