Chinese food

The hand-pulled noodles from the Shanxi province of China are one of the greatest feats of the culinary world.

Three Asian noodle bowls to try this winter in Las Vegas

The hand-pulled noodles from the Shanxi province of China are one of the greatest feats of the culinary world.

  • Dining

    The gourmet multi-regional eatery is small, luxurious and modern, decked out in black, gold and deep and distinguished red.

  • Dining

    Aburiya Raku, Asian BBQ & Noodle, Cafe Sanuki, China Mama, Chengdu

  • Reviews

    If there’s a special, order it. I tried a mindblower of soft tofu, braised seabass and a pork-tomato relish in a chile oil broth.

  • Reviews

    The food here is so consistently good, you should take some chances.

  • Dining

    At least twice the size of the original, the new spot is sleeker, with a full bar at the entrance.

  • Reviews

    If you’re not sweating it, you’re not getting it.

  • Dining

    Daytime dim sum, family dinner or late night noodle fix, Ping Pang Pong continues to be a true Vegas food institution

  • Industry Weekly

    This garlic fish dish might alter your consciousness.

  • Industry Weekly

    It's the only Forbes Five Star Chinese restaurant in North America.

  • Dining

    Head to José Andrés’ eclectic Cosmo restaurant for Chinese New Year delicacies.

  • Reviews

    It only took one lunch for the new casino to make good on its culinary promises.

  • Industry Weekly

    José Andrés' Mexican and Chinese eatery at the Cosmopolitan respects and reveres its dual cuisines.

  • Reviews

    Niu-Gu is far from formal, but the food achieves a level of Chinese-restaurant sophistication usually found only within Strip casinos.