WuHu Noodle is ready to debut on July 1 at the Silverton Casino Hotel, filling 1,400 square feet of a former pizza joint and now able to seat 44 guests, including some out on a "patio" they've extended onto the casino floor.
With an "interactive kitchen viewing area," the menu will feature Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai dishes, including noodle bowls and wok-fired familiar favorites. Open for lunch and dinner, diners can also take their orders to-go.
Dishes include Singapore-style noodles with shrimp, shredded pork, egg, bell peppers, bean sprouts and onions with an essence of curry; Shu Mai made with shrimp, pork and black mushrooms; and dim sum specials.
Dim sum master chef Chung Ping Yu who specializes in Cantonese cuisine serves as WuHu’s executive room chef. He started his culinary career in Hong Kong when he was 18 years old and has spent more than 20 years in Las Vegas.
Chef Yu collaborated with assistant executive chef Jason Ymson, a Las Vegas native with quick service and fine dining experience, to create the WuHu Noodle menu.
As originally requested during the permit phase, a Chinese barbecue smokehouse and a "custom duck display" are now part of the culinary process. Guests can also watch chefs prepare dishes through an interactive kitchen viewing area.
WuHu Noodle joins Johnny Rockets and Starbucks in the resort's row of casual eateries.