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Where to Find the Best Bets for Asian Food in Chinatown

36 must-eat restaurants spanning Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, and more cuisines

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Las Vegas’ most culturally rich area sits just a mile west of the Strip. Chinatown features just about every kind of Asian cuisine imaginable, from Sichuan dishes from China and pho and vermicelli noodles from Vietnam to Taiwanese desserts, Korean barbecue, and a wide variety of Japanese dishes spanning sushi, robata, ramen, and more. Chinatown stretches about three miles along Spring Mountain Road from Rainbow Boulevard east to Valley View Boulevard. Here, a look at some of the best Asian restaurants in Chinatown.

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1. Lamoon

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6125 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 778-8991
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Consider Lamoon a sister restaurant to Lamaii, the Thai restaurant from Bank Atchawaran. The Asian restaurant in Chinatown from Bon Atchawaran, Bank’s older brother, features Thai food from Bon’s wife Bia Hawang and Japanese cuisine from Jay Boonparsook. Order dishes such as coco tom yum with shrimp, soft tofu with mixed vegetables in a clear vegan broth, a taro and chestnut crispy stick, crispy wings with yuzu honey or spicy tom yum, pad kra pow with ground chicken or pork, vegan garlic fried rice, and yellow curry with chicken. For sushi rolls, find the Take Me Out with seared crab, eel, salmon, scallop, and tuna; the Roar with tuna, yellowtail salmon, scallop, and shrimp; Luna mushroom topped with spicy tuna, ikura, and crab meat with mango sauce; and the Girl Gone Wild with shrimp tempura wrapped with eel and eel sauce.

Unagi donburi
Unagi donburi at Lamoon
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2. FukuBurger Chinatown

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3429 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 262-6995
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Colin Fukunaga’s Japanese-inspired burgers are served at a sleek counter-serve spot. Visitors should try the namesake FukuBurger aka the “Lucky” burger with an all-beef patty with American cheese topped with lettuce, tomato, onions, wasabi mayo, and fuku sauce.

Buta Burger at FukuBurger
Buta Burger at FukuBurger
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3. China Mama

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3420 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 873-1977
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Soup dumplings and mapo tofu practically call your name at this grea Chinese standby. Look for two different menus here. One carries more Americanized versions of Chinese fare. The other is dishes Chinese patrons may prefer. The restaurant’s signature dish, juicy pork buns, comes steamed and stuffed with pork and broth. China Mama also has dim sum.

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4. Chubby Cattle

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3400 S Jones Blvd #15
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 868-8808
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Diners can build-their-own Chinese hot pots delivered via conveyor belts.

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5. District One Kitchen & Bar

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3400 S Jones Blvd #8
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 413-6868
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District One, which returned after a fire in 2020, takes its name from Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), which is separated into 12 districts and District One is the epicenter. Find pho oxtail, pho tai nam with rib-eye steak, pho bo vien with beef balls, pho ga with chicken, pho tom with shrimp, and the decadent live whole Maine lobster pho, going for market price.

Lobster pho
Lobster pho at District One Kitchen & Bar
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6. Hobak Korean BBQ

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5808 Spring Mountain Rd #101
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 257-1526
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Hobak likes to concentrate on few menu items, serving only beef and pork on the edge of Chinatown. Working under the motto, “sharing great things,” the restaurant encourages groups to enjoy the charcoal and gas cooking experience with meats such as skirt steak and short ribs. Pork belly, jowl, or neck combo options are also available, plus side dishes such as noodle hash, beef garlic chive, and anchovy noodle soup.

Iberico pork at Hobak Korean BBQ
Iberico pork at Hobak Korean BBQ
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7. Viet Noodle Bar

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5288 W Spring Mountain Rd #106
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 750-9898
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Pho takes center stage at Viet Noodle Bar. Brisket, flank, fatty flank, tripe, tendon, or rare steak top the beef noodle soups.

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8. Yunnan Tasty Garden

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5115 Spring Mountain Rd suite 103-105
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 826-4888

Sichuan cuisine with a kick of heat make the menu at this Chinese restaurant that stays open until 11 p.m.

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9. Sweets Raku

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5040 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
702-290-7181

The sister restaurant to Raku from påtissière Mio Ogasawara serves a rotating selection of desserts that includes a three-course tasting with an apertif, appetizer, and the main course.

Primavera at Sweets Raku
Primavera at Sweets Raku
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10. Kabuto-Edomae Sushi

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5040 W Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 676-1044
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This tiny restaurant with a sparse decor features fresh catch from Tokyo Bay. Go for omakase dishes from $48 to $120 where the chef picks the best fish of the day and serves them in courses.

11. Trattoria Nakamura-Ya

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5040 W Spring Mountain Rd #5
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 251-0022
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Japanese and Italian cuisines come together at Trattoria Nakamura-Ya. Favorites include uni tomato cream with linguini, squid ink “ikasumi” spaghetti, and New Zealand Angus rib-eye steak.

Ikasumi squid ink pasta with uni
Ikasumi squid ink pasta with uni at Trattoria Nakamura-Ya
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12. Aburiya Raku

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5030 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 367-3511
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Every chef in town stops by Mitsuo Endo’s tiny restaurant in Chinatown that serves up Japanese robata dishes, small portions cooked over a charcoal grill. Diners can order a variety of dishes since most start at $3, or try the omakase with a variety of dishes chosen by the chef for $75 to $100. Reservations in advance are a must.

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Skewers at Aburiya Raku
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13. Monta Ramen

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5030 Spring Mountain Rd Suite 6
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 367-4600
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Standby Monta Ramen specializes in kurume-style tonkotsu ramen with a broth made from pork bones and a soy sauce imported from Japan. Do be sure to make a reservation in advance.

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Kurume-style tonkotsu ramen at Monta Ramen
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14. Cafe Sanuki

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4821 Spring Mountain Rd Suite G
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 331-9860
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Japanese udon noodles are the main feature at Cafe Sanuki. Beef, miso garlic pork belly, chicken and egg, and curry rice, along with clam udon, eight to 10 types of tempura, rice rolls in six styles, and oden, a Japanese hot pot, all make the menu.

Curry udon at Cafe Sanuki
Curry udon at Cafe Sanuki
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15. YasikNara

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4631 Spring Mountain Rd STE 102
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 750-9810
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Perfect for adventurous diners or fans of spicy dishes, YasikNara’s Korean specialties include beef tartare, smoked duck, and the popular import, seasoned chicken feet. Also on the menu, pasta dishes such as a kimchi option, the seasoned pork hock, spicy seas snails, seafood soups, and the stir-fried pork belly and squid. The restaurant also imported a collection of Korean beverages, including Baekseju and Bokbunjajoo wine.

Stir-fried spicy rice cake with seafood at YasikNara
Stir-fried spicy rice cake with seafood at YasikNara
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16. Joyful House Chinese Cuisine

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4601 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 889-8881
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Traditional Chinese dishes are the calling cards of this stalwart in Chinatown. Joyful House features Peking duck, hot pot rice, abalone in a clay pot, roasted Mandarin pork chop, crispy seafood noodle, and more.

Joyful House’s abalone in a clay pot
Joyful House’s abalone in a clay pot
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17. 8oz Korean Steak House and Bar

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4545 Spring Mountain Road B #105
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 909-3121
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This Korean barbecue features choices for small or large groups, with proteins such as beef and pork combos, plus chicken and seafood options, including a $12 small spicy octopus or the $20 lobster. The namesake eight ounce combos include $55 and $105 sets, featuring items such as beef belly, marinated short rib, grilled marinated pork bulgogi, and pork jowl.

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8oz Korean Barbecue
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18. Garionban

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4545 W Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 909-7777
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The Korean word “Gari” means “galbi” or beef short ribs while “onban” means a warm meal. This Korean restaurant specializes in gukbap, a soup with rice generally served in a hot pot.

19. Ramen Sora

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4490 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 685-1011
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Sora’s miso ramen features a broth that combines miso with oily pork broth to create a thick, nutty, slightly sweet and very hearty soup.

20. Robata En

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4480 Spring Mountain Rd #500
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 331-0619
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The chef behind local favorite Yonaka Modern Japanese and Henderson casual restaurant Purple Potato revealed his latest Asian fusion restaurant, self-described as “honest, gutsy, and often unexpected.” Ramir DeCastro’s Robata En brings back some Yonaka favorites such as crispy Brussels sprouts, miso buttered corn, and avocado nigiri. Other favorites include shishito peppers grilled with Binchotan charcoal, Jidori chicken served with pickled veggies and house made bread, yuzu tea brined ribs, and miso black cod. Robatayaki dishes, a sashimi platter, and two omakase menu round out the menu.

Robata En
Robata En
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21. Lamaii

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4480 Spring Mountain Rd #700
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 238-0567
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Bank Atchawaran brings his latest Thai restaurant to Chinatown. Lamaii features dishes such as Thai pork salad, fried pork with fish sauce, Thai oysters, a Thai beef salad, drunk noodles, fried rice, curry, and more, all in the $12 to $25 range. Of course, a stellar wine list accompanies the menu, along with a sexy dining room.

King salmon with Thai seafood sauce and white truffle oil at Lamaii
King salmon with Thai seafood sauce and white truffle oil at Lamaii
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22. Yui Edomae

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3460 Arville St HS
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 202-2408
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One of the most amazing sushi experiences in Chinatown starts here at Yui Edomae. The edomae, which refers to the many delicacies are caught in Tokyo Bay, sushi restaurant from Gen Mizoguchi features sophisticated, high-end sushi highlighting fresh fish flown in from Japan served in a basic setting.

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Sushi at Yui Edomae Sushi
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23. Mian

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4355 Spring Mountain Rd ste 107
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 483-6531
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Chef Tony Xu’s Mian is built around a menu of zhajiangmian-style noodles, found in the Chinese city of Chongqing and located 167 miles from Chengdu, the source for his earlier great success, Chengdu Taste. Bold flavors and in many cases, a very spicy experience, highlight the menu that includes black fungus, steamed egg, minced pork, and beef in chili sauce. Special gizzard, beef pickled noodles, spare ribs, and piquant intestine are some of the favorites, while add-ons include fried eggs, beef, intestine, bawan bean, and spare ribs.

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A spicy bowl of noodles from Mian
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24. Ichiza

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4355 W Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 367-3151
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Traditional Japanese small plates make the menu of the original izakaya in Chinatown. Shrimp and chive dumpling cakes, shumai, and kimchi gyoza make the small plates, while bowls of adobo, mapo tofu, and noodle soup are meant to be shared.

25. Dagu Rice Noodle

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4276 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 665-4083
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Dagu Rice Noodle at Shanghai Plaza features specialty soups that sit on a 200-degree warmer at the table, fried chicken cutlets, marinated beef shank, or the sliced ox tendon in Sichuan chili sauce. Diners can choose between boiling rice noodle soup served in a stone bowl, prepared with a choice of proteins including shrimp, satay beef stew, and shredded chicken, or the Crossing the Bridge option, with ingredients provided separately for customers to drop, mix, and dip into their meals.

26. SweetHoney Dessert

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Chinatown, 4276 Spring Mountain Rd Ste D204
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 888-1685
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Despite the name, SweetHoney Dessert at Shanghai Plaza also serves a collection savory snacks, including house chicken wings, crispy gyoza, Thai curry fish balls, plus curly fries, shumai, calamari rings, and butterfly shrimp. The main attraction — the artfully presented Cantonese-style desserts. Plated on the brand’s orange-hued tableware, the small portions and price point encourages diners to try less common choices, such as the hot, or cold, snow fungus and papaya soup, mango pomelo sago tofu pudding, stewed hashima coconut soup, and Thai black glutinous rice.

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SweetHoney Dessert
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27. Weera Thai Kitchen

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4276 Spring Mountain Rd Suite 105
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 485-1688
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Weera Thai Kitchen at Shanghai Plaza features the cuisine of Chiang Mai, Thailand, and many of the hit dishes, Thai street food specials, and nods to Issan Northeastern-style cooking such as larb ped (ground boneless duck with spices and chili), tom zap (pork rib soup), larb kai tod (crispy fried chicken with spices and chili with rice powder), and nom tok nuar (thinly sliced beef steak).

Weera Thai Kitchen
Weera Thai Kitchen
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28. Yummy Rice

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4266 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 331-3789
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Yummy Rice at Shanghai Plaza specializes in sticky glutinous rice dishes served in clay pots, a Cantonese-style of preparation its owners claim is unique to Las Vegas. Dishes are cooked with the rice at the base of the pot to absorb flavors. Chinese sausage and mixed seafood each come with a side of egg custard, vegetables, and a daily side dish. Do try the frog leg with garlic sauce.

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Yummy Rice
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29. Magal BBQ

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4240 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 476-8833
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This Korean barbecue lets diners choose their proteins, such as pork belly, boneless short rib, or rib-eye steak, that servers cook at the table. Sides include bean sprout salad, pickled daikon, shiitake mushrooms, and more.

30. Pho Kim Long

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4029 W Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 220-3613
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Open 24 hours? Check. Inexpensive? Check. Pho Kim Long satisfies every Vietnamese craving around the clock with dishes such as charbroiled pork and egg roll with vermicelli, pho, and spring rolls.

Bánh canh with thick noodles, vermicelli salad, and bang bang chicken
Bánh canh with thick noodles, vermicelli salad, and bang bang chicken at Pho Kim Long
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31. Meet Fresh

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3930 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 478-9188
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A taste of Taiwanese desserts makes the menu at Meet Fresh. The desserts come at the hands of “Brother and Sister Fu,” who grew up in the Feng Yuan District of Taichung, Taiwan. They stick to tradition with taro ball desserts, soft herbal jelly, a tofu pudding, shaved ice, herbal jellies, and more. Hot almond soups come in bowls and cups for $4.50 to $6.80, the typical range of prices here.

Herbal jelly No. 2 with sweet potato, barley, and boba at Meet Fresh
Herbal jelly No. 2 with sweet potato, barley, and boba at Meet Fresh
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32. Kaiseki Yuzu

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3900 Spring Mountain Rd #A5
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 778-8889
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Kaiseki Yuzu from shef Kaoru Azeuchi serves traditional seasonal courses at the kaiseki counter as well as a full bar with a mini course. The restaurant moved moved from Silverado Ranch to Chinatown with options for multiple small, intricate dishes. The reservation-only kaiseki menu features hot and chilled dishes spotlighting seasonal ingredients. The sushi bar promises to open soon.

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33. Chengdu Taste

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3950 Schiff Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 437-7888
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Sichuan lovers head to this little Chinese restaurant in a strip mall in Chinatown for great service and dishes such a spicy fish stew, volcano beef, and mountain yam from founder Tony Xu and his business partner Sean Xie. Diners should expect a wait to get in.

Toothpick lamb with cumin at Chengdu Taste
Toothpick lamb with cumin at Chengdu Taste
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34. Pho Bosa

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3711 S Valley View Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 418-1931
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Satisfy a Vietnamese craving at Pho Bosa. Classic dishes such as broken rice and spring rolls make the menu.

35. Izakaya Go

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3775 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 247-1183
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Dine on Japanese pub plates and skewers in a hip setting that stays open until 2 a.m. A favorite? Australian wagyu strip loin steak with sautéed shiitake mushrooms and shishito peppers, sushi rolls such as the fresh halibut, uni pasta, and deep-fried softshell crab.

Izakaya Go
Izakaya Go
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36. Kame Omakase

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3616 W Spring Mountain Rd Ste 103
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 771-0122
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This upscale Japanese restaurant offers seafood and omakase-style dining from owner Eric Kim in a stylish and contemporary space for two seatings per night. The restaurant also offers a traditional Japanese kaiseki-style dining experience. The beverage program is a ritualistic experience that pairs perfectly with Kim’s ever-changing tasting menus. Make reservations in advance.

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Sushi at Kame Omakase
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1. Lamoon

6125 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Unagi donburi
Unagi donburi at Lamoon
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Consider Lamoon a sister restaurant to Lamaii, the Thai restaurant from Bank Atchawaran. The Asian restaurant in Chinatown from Bon Atchawaran, Bank’s older brother, features Thai food from Bon’s wife Bia Hawang and Japanese cuisine from Jay Boonparsook. Order dishes such as coco tom yum with shrimp, soft tofu with mixed vegetables in a clear vegan broth, a taro and chestnut crispy stick, crispy wings with yuzu honey or spicy tom yum, pad kra pow with ground chicken or pork, vegan garlic fried rice, and yellow curry with chicken. For sushi rolls, find the Take Me Out with seared crab, eel, salmon, scallop, and tuna; the Roar with tuna, yellowtail salmon, scallop, and shrimp; Luna mushroom topped with spicy tuna, ikura, and crab meat with mango sauce; and the Girl Gone Wild with shrimp tempura wrapped with eel and eel sauce.

6125 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89146

2. FukuBurger Chinatown

3429 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Buta Burger at FukuBurger
Buta Burger at FukuBurger
Amelinda B. Lee

Colin Fukunaga’s Japanese-inspired burgers are served at a sleek counter-serve spot. Visitors should try the namesake FukuBurger aka the “Lucky” burger with an all-beef patty with American cheese topped with lettuce, tomato, onions, wasabi mayo, and fuku sauce.

3429 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89146

3. China Mama

3420 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Dumplings with one on a pair of chopsticks
China Mama dumplings
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Soup dumplings and mapo tofu practically call your name at this grea Chinese standby. Look for two different menus here. One carries more Americanized versions of Chinese fare. The other is dishes Chinese patrons may prefer. The restaurant’s signature dish, juicy pork buns, comes steamed and stuffed with pork and broth. China Mama also has dim sum.

3420 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89146

4. Chubby Cattle

3400 S Jones Blvd #15, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Meat ready to go into a hot pot
Chubby Cattle
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Diners can build-their-own Chinese hot pots delivered via conveyor belts.

3400 S Jones Blvd #15
Las Vegas, NV 89146

5. District One Kitchen & Bar

3400 S Jones Blvd #8, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Lobster pho
Lobster pho at District One Kitchen & Bar
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District One, which returned after a fire in 2020, takes its name from Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), which is separated into 12 districts and District One is the epicenter. Find pho oxtail, pho tai nam with rib-eye steak, pho bo vien with beef balls, pho ga with chicken, pho tom with shrimp, and the decadent live whole Maine lobster pho, going for market price.

3400 S Jones Blvd #8
Las Vegas, NV 89146

6. Hobak Korean BBQ

5808 Spring Mountain Rd #101, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Iberico pork at Hobak Korean BBQ
Iberico pork at Hobak Korean BBQ
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Hobak likes to concentrate on few menu items, serving only beef and pork on the edge of Chinatown. Working under the motto, “sharing great things,” the restaurant encourages groups to enjoy the charcoal and gas cooking experience with meats such as skirt steak and short ribs. Pork belly, jowl, or neck combo options are also available, plus side dishes such as noodle hash, beef garlic chive, and anchovy noodle soup.

5808 Spring Mountain Rd #101
Las Vegas, NV 89146

7. Viet Noodle Bar

5288 W Spring Mountain Rd #106, Las Vegas, NV 89146
A white bowl with phoo
Viet Noodle Bar
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Pho takes center stage at Viet Noodle Bar. Brisket, flank, fatty flank, tripe, tendon, or rare steak top the beef noodle soups.

5288 W Spring Mountain Rd #106
Las Vegas, NV 89146

8. Yunnan Tasty Garden

5115 Spring Mountain Rd suite 103-105, Las Vegas, NV 89146
A dish of beef
Yunnan Tasty Garden
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Sichuan cuisine with a kick of heat make the menu at this Chinese restaurant that stays open until 11 p.m.

5115 Spring Mountain Rd suite 103-105
Las Vegas, NV 89146

9. Sweets Raku

5040 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146