The Best Chinese Restaurants in Las Vegas
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Las Vegas boasts a truly excellent selection of Chinese restaurants, so whether it’s dim sum or Asian BBQ you’re craving, be sure to stop by one of them on your next visit to the entertainment capital of the world.
Asian BBQ & Noodle, Las Vegas
Restaurant, Chinese, Asian, BBQ
Even though there are many Chinese restaurants in Chinatown, each one is a little bit different and unique in its own way. Asian BBQ & Noodles is a perfect example of this. They serve delicious and authentic Chinese cuisine, but they also offer many specials, take-out options, and it’s one of the best places in the city to go to for BBQ pork belly. The restaurant is very roomy, and there is plenty of parking for those coming to enjoy a sit-down experience. It’s affordable, tasty, and well worth it on every level.
Joyful House Chinese Cuisine
Restaurant, Chinese, $$$
In a cozy, casual environment, patrons can enjoy traditional Chinese dishes such as wonton noodles, Kung pao chicken, and chow mein. The seafood is fresh, they have a duck carving station at each table, and they serve beer and wine from all over the world, including Australian wine. Make sure you stop by Joyful House for a lunch special or a late dinner.
Ping Pang Pong
Restaurant, Chinese, $$$
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.
Restaurant, Chinese, American, Fusion, $$$
From breakfast until late night, Fat Choy serves comfort food that will cuddle you like a king-size down comforter. Snack on pork and chive potstickers or peking duck bao, or if you’re ravenous, go all in with the short rib grilled cheese, dressed with onion jam and served alongside a tomato-soup-like dip. The massive Fat Choy Burger, topped with bacon and a fried egg, is one of the city’s best burgers, and the relaxed diner vibe invites you to loosen your pants and stay awhile.
Pho Kim Long
Restaurant, Asian, Vietnamese, Chinese, $$$
This Chinatown staple hops all day, but especially late at night. Pho Kim Long serves Chinese and Vietnamese food. The pho is popular with after-midnight diners, as are their salt-and-pepper chicken wings and crab Rangoon. Strong Vietnamese coffee will keep you going until you get home—whenever that is.
Flock and Fowl
Restaurant, Asian, Chinese, $$$
The menu at Flock and Fowl may be minimal, but what they do, they do exceptionally well. And what they do is chicken: chicken wings, chicken sandwiches, Hainanese chicken rice and so on. The extensive drinks menu ranges from turmeric-spiced wellness shots to coffee Manhattans.
These recommendations were updated on July 9, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.