Like noodles with your roulette, or fried rice with your dice? What the hell are we on about? Oh, great Chinese restaurants in Las Vegas hotels, that's what.
MGM Grand is home to one of the best modern Cantonese restaurants in Las Vegas - or indeed, the world, in Hakkasan. Popular menu items include: crispy duck salad, roasted silver cod, prawn fried rice, and hakka noodles with mushroom.
If you prefer your Chinese with an American twist then Blossom, located in Aria Las Vegas is for you. With over 100 items to pick from, you should be able to find something to enjoy. The menu includes: crisp fried eggplant, tempura fried ice fish, BBQ pork, and chicken corn chowder.
Caesar’s Palace is home to one of the celebrities' favorite restaurants, Mr Chow Chinese Restaurant. The restaurant is located near the casino floor and has a kinetic sculpture hanging from the ceiling. Popular items include: green prawns, chicken satay, and Beijing duck.
As with most things at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino, the interior design of its restaurant Noodles is stunning. The cuisine is influenced by China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam. The menu includes: shiu mai, soya chicken, crabmeat fried rice, and abalone.
For fans of fusion foods, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers a unique choice for guests with its restaurant China Poblano. Featuring Chinese and Mexican cuisines, China Poblano is a perfect choice when you can't pick one over the other. The menu includes: pozole rojo, viva China, Kao Lao Lao, and tuna ceviche.
With one of the best interiors of all restaurant on this list, Fin is one of the most popular restaurants at The Mirage. With live seafood you can select as well as large portions, guests can expect to leave satisfied. Dishes available include: egg drop soup, walnut prawns, baby bak choy, and dried scallop fried rice.
The Wynn Las Vegas is home to the first Chinese restaurant in America to earn a Michelin Star, Wing Lei. The dining area features gold and jewel colored spaces to add to the warmth atmosphere. The menu includes: crispy shrimp toast, marinated jellyfish, tofu blossom soup, and braised pork belly.
For traditional Chinese Szu Chaun food, guests of the Palms Casino Resort can head to Lao Sze Chuan. There are over a hundred options on its menu as well as Americanized versions of some of the most popular dishes. The menu includes: crab rangoon, orange beef, smoked tea duck, and cashew chicken.
Ping Pang Pong, which is located at the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, has been awarded Best Asian Restaurant six times. Perhaps the best off-strip Asian restaurant, it features an intimate dining experience with authentic Asian cuisine. The menu includes: sesame shrimp roll, fish porridge, seafood tofu soup, and lamb stew hotpot.