With almost zero fanfare, but right on schedule, the Palace Station’s Boathouse Asian Eatery has expanded into the resort's new counter-service area and debuted a Vietnamese street food concept it first launched at the Westfield’s Shopping Center in San Jose, California.
Mumfresh Asian Eats serves up healthy spins on a fast-casual menu, adding “gluten free, vegan and dairy free options” and choices prepared in “the style of cooking that originates from our Mum’s kitchen.”
On the menu, a range of pho soups, vermicelli noodle, and rice bowls, plus teriyaki bowls created with chicken, beef, or tofu.
Mumfresh also offer a roster of banh mi sandwiches, including the $7.49 lemongrass chicken, $7.99 Vietnamese cold cuts, and $6.99 spam teriyaki, plus finger foods of spring rolls, pork pâté chaud, and spam musabi.
For dessert, the restaurant features a current Las Vegas dessert favorite, bubble waffles, prepared with a choice of ice cream, toppings and sauces.
The space will soon be joined by ¡Salud!, a self-described “Chicano Food Eatery,” offering its own collection of “authentic street style Mexican dishes.” The San Diego brand has recently been hiring for all positions.
Mumfresh Asian Eats, Palace Station, 2411 W. Sahara Ave., 702-202-1611. Open Sunday to Thursday from 11 a.m. to midnight, closing at 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
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