Are you from Las Vegas? Have you ever planned on visiting the famous sin city anyways? Well either way, this is the article for you! If you like eastern culture and their food, then these top Asian restaurants in Las Vegas are the best option for you to eat. It doesn't matter if it’s for lunch or dinner. Check these Top 4 Asian restaurants in Las Vegas!
Las Vegas, NV 89109
This is a great place to feel like you are in Asia. Many traditional dishes of Thailand, Japan, Vietnam and China are on the menu of this restaurant. Some of the dishes you can find there are Pad Thai, Udon, Singapore noodles, Laksa, Pho and vermicelli. Besides that, Chinese dim sum is on the menu too, but you can find it listed on menu only on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11:00am to 3:00pm. From executive chef Patrick Lee, you can expect even more, because this restaurant offers great traditional Asian desserts, seafood specialties, soups, barbecued and roasted dishes. Check out this awesome Asian restaurant from Monday to Sunday from 11.00am to 02.00am.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
The Fat Choy restaurant certainly has an amazing backstory. They built this restaurant from a small 4 seat shop and a food truck, to become an amazing Asian-themed restaurant inside Eureka Casino. This journey was great for them and their customers, because they are available to you for breakfast, lunch and dinner and even for some snacks. On their menu, you can find Salads, Burgers & Sandwiches, Rice & Noodles, Desserts and many drinks and sides to complement your meal. Some of those meals are Pork Belly Bao (Snacks), Cheese-steak Sandwich (Sandwiches), The Wedge (Salads), Chicken Teriyaki Rice (Rice & Noodles), and Mini Bundt Cake (Desserts). If you choose to visit on a Sunday you can take one of their breakfast combos. The one you should try - The Fat Choy Breakfast - will get you 2 eggs any style, 2 slices of bacon and 2 sausages, 2 pancakes, crispy pork belly, roasted potatoes and your choice of toast! Give it a shot, you won't regret it!
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Photo: Chin Chin
Even though Chin Chin started in Los Angeles in 1983, it later opened up a location in Las Vegas. This Chinese restaurant is going to leave you speechless. For more than 30 years Chin Chin has been one of the most iconic restaurants in LA and Las Vegas. Chin Chin’s menu is based on traditional recipes from China’s various provinces, but there are some from other Asian regions too. On their menu, you can find Chinese Chicken Salad, Dim Sum (it sounds weird but try it, they’re awesome,) Orange Chicken and much more. You'll also be amazed by their sushi, seafood, noodles & rice. Visit Chin Chin in Las Vegas and teleport yourself into Asian culture from your first bite.
Las Vegas, NV 89107
This place isn’t just about Asian food, because this restaurant is about the mix of Mexican and Korean cuisines. Korean-Mexican or simply KoMex Fusion is a restaurant from Las Vegas, Nevada. The restaurant is modest and simple, and that's what makes the food (and prices) so great. On their menu, you can find something like Fusion Tacos, Fusion Burrito, Fusion Flautas, KimChi Fried Rice, Teriyaki and some regular Mexican food like Mexican Burrito or Mexican Taco. Like I mentioned above, this place is a gem that will make your tastebuds and your wallet happy. So check it out and prepare to be pleasantly surprised by the combination of flavors and cultures!
Whether you're a Las Vegas local or are just looking to get some inspiration for the next Asian restaurant you'd like to try, I hope you enjoyed this delicious review of restaurants! But if you're busy like me, and don't always have time for the sit down experience, consider dining in and ordering all of your favorite meals with FoodBoss. We'll save you time and money, while letting you eat delicious food from your couch, what could be better than that?
Written By: Maxine Kasznia
Author bio: Maxine is a Chicago Native and UCLA grad. She has a passion for sustainable eating and loves to find the best environmentally friendly spots in every city she visits. After living in both Chicago and LA, she has an appreciation for local cuisines and continues to look for ways to expand her palate.