The Best Asian Restaurants In Las Vegas

The Best Asian Restaurants In Las Vegas
Las Vegas is known for its casinos and vibrant nightlife, but it is also home to many award-winning restaurants. Since there can be so many to choose from, we wanted to narrow it down by cuisine; this is our list of the best Asian restaurants in the city.

Ping Pang Pong

Ping Pang Pong serves authentic Chinese food influenced from all different areas of China; look out for specials like their lunchtime dim sum. Decorated in a traditional Chinese restaurant fashion, the prices at this authentic restaurant cannot be beat.

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barMasa sets an extremely high standard for fresh sushi, ensuring that the fish they serve come directly from Japanese waters within 24 hours of putting them on the plate. The décor of the restaurant is modern, clean, and simple, which contributes to its upscale atmosphere.

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Located in Caesar’s Palace is the largest of the famous Nobu restaurants. Be sure to try their famous Black Cod Miso, Rock Shrimp Tempura, and Squid Pasta. The restaurant is decorated to resemble a traditional Japanese restaurant with bamboo columns and oversized light fixtures that have been customized to make the experience really authentic.


For a one-of-a-kind dining experience, come to Hakkasan restaurant. The restaurant offers award-winning food, but the décor really contributes to this special experience, the restaurant is modern and upscale with traditional touches, and the cool blue lighting really contributes to the luxurious experience. Be sure to visit the nightclub and lounge that are located in the same building after dinner.

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Truly innovative and forward-thinking, Sushisamba combines Brazilian, Peruvian, and Japanese cuisines. The colorful interior with 3D art and décor is one-of-a-kind, and throughout the restaurant, projections featuring Japanese, Brazilian, and Peruvian influences are shown. Often compared to a club, this high-energy restaurant is not to be missed.