The 14 Best Restaurants that Serve Chinese Food Las Vegas Locals Love
14 Restaurants that Serve the Best Chinese Food in Las Vegas
They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. That might be true, however, there’s one thing that locals love to share: their favorite restaurants. Whether you’re looking for restaurants that serve the best pizza in Las Vegas or searching for the best coffee shops on the Las Vegas Strip, Sin City has what you’re after.
Where to Find the Best Chinese Food in Las Vegas
If you’ve never been to Las Vegas, finding someone to eat can be challenging. After all, with so much to see and do, where do you even begin? While it’s pretty easy to find a quick bite on the Strip, finding a place that offers your favorite noodle dishes is another. That’s why we put together a list of the 14 Chinese restaurants that all the locals love. Read on to learn where you can find the best Las Vegas sushi buffet or sample delicacies that taste like straight out of Hong Kong, without ever missing a beat.
1 | Silk Road Asian Bistro | Las Vegas is known for a lot of things including some of the best Chinese food you’ll ever eat. Located in the Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino, Silk Bistro offers the ultimate dining experience for both locals and visitors alike. In addition to the relaxed ambiance, the menu features everything from traditional Chinese dishes (think delectable beef and broccoli) to more unique specialties like Tonkotsu Ramen topped with sizzling shrimp, beef or vegetables.
WHERE: 3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas NV 89146 | WHO: 702-732-5755
2 | Ping Pang Pong | If you’re looking to sample some of the best dim sum in town, look no further than Ping Pang Pong. The casual vibe makes you feel right at home as soon as you sit down and dig into a hearty portion of bao buns, dumplings or a heaping plate of lo mein. If seafood is more of what you’re looking for, you’re in luck. You can choose from Dragon Well Shrimp, San Pan Prawns or crispy-fried Chilean Seabass with gourmet dipping sauce.
WHERE: 4000 West Flamingo Road Las Vegas NV 89103 | WHO: 702-247-8136
3 | Wazuzu | Picture it: You're looking for the perfect place to grab some Cantonese food and want to try Wazuzu. You enter and are immediately mesmerized by a 27-foot dragon that's made up of more than 90,000 crystals. You’re impressed, but you then decide to sample a variety of dim sum and Wazuzu's famous barbeque platter prepared by none other than chef Jimmy Widjaja. Is it all just a dream? It doesn’t have to be.
WHERE: 3121 Las Vegas Blvd, S Las Vegas NV 89109 | WHO: 702-770-5388
4 | China Poblano | China Poblano is known for two things in Vegas: They’re unique Asian-Mexican pairings and the chef who brings these dishes to life. Chef Jose Andres is known for his masterpiece creations at China Poblano, including small plates of Viva China tacos to signature dishes like twenty-vegetable fried rice or Dan Dan Mian.
WHERE: 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas NV 89109 | WHO: 702-698-7900
5 | Chengdu Taste | Some like it hot, so if you love spicy Asian cuisine, Chengdu Taste is the place to be. They offer a wide array of spicy dishes that will make your taste buds tingle and have you asking for a refill to cool the sizzle. Originally based out of California, this Chengdu Taste has been serving up delicious dishes, like Mongolian beef, since 2015.
WHERE: 3050 Schiff Drive, Las Vegas NV 89103 | WHO: 702-437-7888
6 | Wing Lei | What happens when a real estate mogul decides to open a Chinese restaurant inside of his casino? It claims the first ever Michelin star in the US, that’s what! When you dine at Wing Lei, you can choose to have pan-seared Imperial duck carved tableside while you sit amongst 100-year-old pomegranate trees, or you can indulge your senses with the heavenly aroma of truffle soup dumplings prepared by Chef MIng Yu.
WHERE: 3131 Las Vegas NV 89103 | WHO: 702-770-3463
7 | Shanghai Taste | Voted one of the best places to get authentic Chinese street food, Shanghai Taste is sure to delight both your belly and your wallet. Since opening in 2019, Shanghai Taste proudly serves over 3,000 soup dumplings on a daily basis to locals and visitors alike. Best known for their Xiao Bao Bun, this is one spot you won’t want to miss. So don’t miss out on the best place to eat in Las Vegas on a budget!
WHERE: 4226 West Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas NV 89102 | WHO: 702-570-6363
8 | Mr. Chow | The go-to choice at Caesar’s Palace, Mr. Chow’s offers unparalleled ambiance and family-sized portions that are meant to be shared. Signature dishes include Mr. Chow noodles, green prawns and chicken satay, all of which you can enjoy a scenic view of the pool and a kinetic sculpture that hangs from the ceiling.
WHERE: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas NV 89109 | WHO: 702-731-7888
9 | Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar | If you want to spend the evening at a fun, yet upscale wine bar in Las Vegas, Chinglish is calling your name. From Hong Kong to the urban streets of San Francisco and now Las Vegas, Chef Lam has been pleasing the masses with his own delicious versions of Mongolian beef, candied walnut prawns and the most delicious cocktails and mocktails on the West side of Vegas.
WHERE: 8704 West Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas NV 89117 | WHO: 702-935-2088
10 | Jasmine | Spectacular views and five-course samplings of Cantonese, Hunan and Szechuan flavors? Does it really get any better than this? As a matter of fact, it does. Jasmine offers diners traditional and signature dishes that will not soon be forgotten. You can choose Imperial duck or take a walk on the wild side and order the “Spicy Spicy,” which is seasoned sausage on top of a bed of flavorful bean curd.
WHERE: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd in Bellagio, Las Vegas NV 89109 | WHO: 702-693-8166
11 | Yummy Rice | Located in Shanghai Plaza on Spring Mountain Road, Yummy Rice is a fried rice lover's utopia. You can enjoy your favorite Cantonese rice, albeit chicken, beef or vegetarian, served in clay pots. There's also a variety of other authentic dishes on the menu to try, such as Chinese porridge, oxtail soup and fried calamari with fish balls.
WHERE: 4266 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102 | WHO: 702-331-3789
12 | Blossom | If variety is the spice of life, then Blossom is the place to find it. With over 100 dishes to choose from, Blossom is every epicurean’s dream come true. Live tanks feature the freshest of fresh seafood options while the menu lists traditional Chinese fare and a host of Blossom signature dishes, including the Natural Nine hot pot and homemade Wor wontons.
WHERE: 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas NV 89109 | WHO: 702-590-8620
13 | China Mama | China MaMa is one of the places where everyone knows your name. This family-run business is known among Vegas for their Xao Long Bao, although their dumplings are said to be equally scrumptious. Simmered in savory meaty broth, the dumplings will leave a lasting impression for sure. But don’t think that the tastiness ends there. Oh no, China Mama’s entire menu is worth sampling, so be sure to come hungry.
WHERE: 3420 S Jones Rd, Las Vegas NV 89146 | WHO: 702-873-1977
14 | Hakkasan | What do you get when you combine Las Vegas nightlife with Cantonese cuisine? Signature sips and late-night bites that wet your whistle and satisfy your hunger before you dance the night away. Insider tip: Thursday nights “All That and Dim Sum” specials include your choice of an entree, cocktail and of course, decadent dessert.
WHERE: 3799 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas NV 89109 | WHO: 702-891-7888
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Last Tips on Finding The Best Chinese Food Yourself
If you’re looking for Chinese restaurants in Las Vegas, you’ll have no problem finding one that serves up your favorite dishes. From upscale nightclubs to hidden takeout joints only the locals know about, the hardest decision will be deciding where to eat next. If you find more fun things to do in Vegas, check out the Westgate Resorts Travel Blog!
* Westgate Resorts is in no way affiliated with the attractions featured in this article. Items or places listed are current as of the publishing date of this article. Please call or visit the respective website for the most up-to-date offerings and details.
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