Mr. Chow Prepares for New Years Eve Opening

Malibu's newest upscale restaurant will kick off the New Year with a special celebration.

Mr. Chow will celebrate its official opening in Malibu on New Years Eve with a special menu and entertainment.

The first seating will begin at 6 p.m. followed by a second at 9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 31 at the restauarant's location at the Malibu Country Mart, according to a spokeswoman for the shopping center.

A fixed menu posted on Mr. Chow's website promises upscale Beijing cuisine, including fresh lobster, ma mignon, water dumplings and oyster mushrooms.

The cost of the first seating is $95 and the second seating is $250.

Mr. Chow took the place of Nobu at the Malibu Country Mart. Mr. Chow has other locations in Beverly Hills, London, Miami, Las Vegas and New York.

Reservations can be made by calling (310) 456-7600.

phyll January 13, 2013 at 07:09 AM
our group was 3 women-the Peking Duck request was confirmed by Keesha at Mr. Chow. we confirmed the qty. of appetisers and entrees with the Peking Duck set for 3 ($68/person) and gave our waiter the choices. The service, our appetisers and entrees that came before the duck were superb. Our waiter surprised us when she asked if we wanted coffee -we said not yet we were waiting for our Peking duck. After a 15 minute wait another waiter told us they didn't have our Peking duck. He offered Gambler's Duck. We said Ok but wanted the crepes the way the Peking Duck is prepared. The many staff members that were so attentive when we first sat down disappeared once they told us they didn't have our duck. 15 mins later we saw the woman at the staging table next to us take duck off the bone and place it in the crepes. One of the women in our group took a bite of her duck crepe and bit into a large duck bone. When the maître d was walking by I stopped him and mentioned the duck bone in the crepe. He said that happened because they don't put Gambler's duck in a crepe- he did not apologise for the bone in her food or take it away. I told the maître d if this was a table of men dining instead of women giving away our Peking duck to another table would have never happened. We did see Peking Duck presentation going on at other tables around us. It's hard to believe that this inferior service still occurs in 2013 to a group of women when they dine out.


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