Lucky Dragon’s new Dragon’s Alley brings a night market scene to cafeteria-style setting with Asian foods galore from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. weekdays and until 1 a.m. on weekends.
Find a scene set up like Ghost Street in Beijing with lanterns hanging from the ceiling, a column of bicycles and red chairs dotting the landscape.
Guests can find the Jewel Kitchen with windows offering 360 degree views. The show kitchen is the first in Vegas to extend directly onto the casino floor.
A stir fry station features dishes such as fried rice, chow mein, steamed clams, pork belly and fried vegetables. The dim sum station offers the basics including shu mai and har gow. The meat station offers skewers and steamed soy sauce chicken. The noodle station allows you to create your own noodle soup bowls with whatever toppings you choose. Dishes range from $3 to $11 each.
Head to the dessert station for boba drinks.
Meet the Dragon Alley, Lucky Dragon's Night Market
The cafeteria-style restaurant features Asian stations galore