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Longanisa empanada at Starboard Tack
Longanisa empanada at Starboard Tack
Amelinda B Lee

Where To Find Filipino Food in Las Vegas

Lumpia and halo-halo dishes to explore

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Longanisa empanada at Starboard Tack
| Amelinda B Lee

Each Filipino dish contains multitudes. With roots in indigenous culture, Filipino cuisine draws influences from a wide range of culinary traditions including Chinese, Japanese, Malaysian, Spanish, and Indian traditions. As such, the Filipino flavor profile is sweet, sour and salty — a combination that’s complex yet inviting.

Signature dishes include lumpia (a variation on spring rolls), dinuguan (stew made with pig’s blood), pancit (simple noodles with toppings such as shrimp and eggs), and the always delightful halo-halo (a cheery dessert comprised of evaporated milk, crushed ice, sweet beans, ice cream, fruit and other colorful toppings).

For diners in search of Filipino cuisine in Las Vegas, options range from fast food favorites to gastropubs. Here is a selection of the city’s many Filipino restaurants:

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Cutting Board Filipino Gastropub

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2131 Rock Springs Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89128
(702) 233-9828
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Cutting Board Filipino Gastropub offers a modern take on Filipino cuisine with a decidedly American influence. Diners can stop by for sweet longganisa and eggs in the morning and pork adobo, crispy lechon, crispy pata, and paella the rest of the day. Filipino drink selections include San Miguel beer and cocktails made with Calamansi juice.

Cutting Board Filipino Gastropub
Cutting Board Filipino Gastropub
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2. Oming's Kitchen

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(702) 722-3171
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This food truck serves traditional Filipino street-style food. Chef Salome Pilas, who hails from the Philippines, may only offer seven items, but each dish shines. Some of Oming’s praised dished include her pork sinugba, pork belly that’s grilled and marinated in house barbecue sauce and served over a bed of Jasmine white rice, and the adobo, a diner’s choice of pork or chicken, that’s cooked in soy sauce, vinegar and secret spices, and served over rice. A restaurant opens in the southwest at Blue Diamond Road, just west of Decatur Boulevard, soon, but her food truck generally parks at UNLV.

Oming’s Kitchen
Oming’s Kitchen
Oming’s Kitchen [Official Site]

3. Starboard Tack

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2601 Atlantic St
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(702) 684-5769
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Tucked away on a quiet street just off of Sahara Avenue, Starboard Tack offers French Polynesian vibes and an unexpected selection of fresh Filipino menu items. From vegan lumpia served with Thai chili sauce to Filipino-style empanadas stuffed with longganisa, green olives, and roasted red pepper, the menu surprises with its variations on classic dishes. The impressive selection of rum and dedication to beloved Tiki drinks doesn’t hurt either.

Fried chicken fried rice at Starboard Tack
Fried chicken fried rice at Starboard Tack
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4. Kapuso Kapamilya

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4300 W Spring Mountain Rd #106
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 253-9141
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Karaoke and lumpia? It’s a winning combination at Chinatown’s Kapuso Kapamilya. The intimate space is the site where both would-be rock stars and pancit canton, crispy shrimp, and Kamayan feasts are found.

5. Kapit Bahay Filipino Fast Food

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4115 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 889-4922

Located in Chinatown Plaza, this grab-and-go Filipino spot is known for its customizable create-your-plate options and daily specials including beef caldereta and pork sisig.

6. Jollibee

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3890 S Maryland Pkwy #137
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 893-3005
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Filipino fast food chain Jollibee has three locations in Las Vegas — at Village Square near Summerlin, near UNLV, and at 9430 W. Sahara Ave. The casual restaurant is known for its fried chicken, spaghetti with sweet tomato sauce, and adobo rice. Filipino desserts including halo-halo and pie made with Philippine mangoes round out the menu.

7. Max's Restaurant

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1290 East Flamingo St
Las Vegas, NV
(702) 433-4554
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Max’s Restaurant started in 1945 after World War II when Maximo Gimenez, a Stanford-educated teacher, befriended the American occupation troops stationed at Quezon City. Over the years, Max's Restaurant became known as "the house that fried chicken built." Popular items include the restaurant’s signature fried chicken, pork barbecue skewers, and sizzling beef stew.

Signature chicken at Max’s Restaurant
Signature chicken at Max’s Restaurant
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8. D'Pinoy Joint

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6820 W Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 675-4771
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At D’Pinoy’s, the most popular dishes all include a Filipino take on pork. The restaurant’s pork tonkatsu, deep fried pork belly with banana ketchup, Inihaw na Baboy, grilled and marinated pork belly, and binagoongan fried rice, fried rice mixed with chopped pork, shrimp paste, and finished with mangoes and tomatoes on top, are all best sellers.

Calamari at D’Pinoy Joint
Calamari at D’Pinoy Joint
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9. Thelma's Filipino Restaurant

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1205 W Sunset Rd
Henderson, NV 89014
(702) 207-0443
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Henderson locals don’t have to drive far for fresh Filipino food. Located on Sunset Road, Thelma’s Filipino Restaurant, which also has a location in Hawaii, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Menu highlights include marinated milkfish with eggs, shrimp fried rice, pork adobo, dinuguan, and lunch and dinner plates that allow diners to mix and match items such as chicken adobo, garlic rice and mongo beans.

Pork adobo at Thelma’s Filipino Restaurant
Pork adobo at Thelma’s Filipino Restaurant
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10. Tina's Filipino Cuisine

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7720 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89139
(702) 998-5880
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At Tina’s Filipino Cuisine, lumpia is the star item. This Filipino take on a Chinese spring roll consists of shredded vegetables or chopped meat such as chicken or pork. Recommended for a main course is the lechon kawali, deep-fried, chopped up pork pieces, and for dessert is the deep fried halo halo with shaved ice and evaporated milk, mixed with a variety of fruits, Jello, and boiled sweet beans.

Tina’s Filipino Cuisine
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1. Cutting Board Filipino Gastropub

2131 Rock Springs Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89128
Cutting Board Filipino Gastropub
Cutting Board Filipino Gastropub
Cutting Board Filipino Gastropub/Facebook

Cutting Board Filipino Gastropub offers a modern take on Filipino cuisine with a decidedly American influence. Diners can stop by for sweet longganisa and eggs in the morning and pork adobo, crispy lechon, crispy pata, and paella the rest of the day. Filipino drink selections include San Miguel beer and cocktails made with Calamansi juice.

2131 Rock Springs Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89128

2. Oming's Kitchen

Las Vegas, NV
Oming’s Kitchen
Oming’s Kitchen
Oming’s Kitchen [Official Site]

This food truck serves traditional Filipino street-style food. Chef Salome Pilas, who hails from the Philippines, may only offer seven items, but each dish shines. Some of Oming’s praised dished include her pork sinugba, pork belly that’s grilled and marinated in house barbecue sauce and served over a bed of Jasmine white rice, and the adobo, a diner’s choice of pork or chicken, that’s cooked in soy sauce, vinegar and secret spices, and served over rice. A restaurant opens in the southwest at Blue Diamond Road, just west of Decatur Boulevard, soon, but her food truck generally parks at UNLV.

3. Starboard Tack

2601 Atlantic St, Las Vegas, NV 89121
Fried chicken fried rice at Starboard Tack
Fried chicken fried rice at Starboard Tack
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Tucked away on a quiet street just off of Sahara Avenue, Starboard Tack offers French Polynesian vibes and an unexpected selection of fresh Filipino menu items. From vegan lumpia served with Thai chili sauce to Filipino-style empanadas stuffed with longganisa, green olives, and roasted red pepper, the menu surprises with its variations on classic dishes. The impressive selection of rum and dedication to beloved Tiki drinks doesn’t hurt either.

2601 Atlantic St
Las Vegas, NV 89121

4. Kapuso Kapamilya

4300 W Spring Mountain Rd #106, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Karaoke and lumpia? It’s a winning combination at Chinatown’s Kapuso Kapamilya. The intimate space is the site where both would-be rock stars and pancit canton, crispy shrimp, and Kamayan feasts are found.

4300 W Spring Mountain Rd #106
Las Vegas, NV 89102

5. Kapit Bahay Filipino Fast Food

4115 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Located in Chinatown Plaza, this grab-and-go Filipino spot is known for its customizable create-your-plate options and daily specials including beef caldereta and pork sisig.

4115 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89102

6. Jollibee

3890 S Maryland Pkwy #137, Las Vegas, NV 89119

Filipino fast food chain Jollibee has three locations in Las Vegas — at Village Square near Summerlin, near UNLV, and at 9430 W. Sahara Ave. The casual restaurant is known for its fried chicken, spaghetti with sweet tomato sauce, and adobo rice. Filipino desserts including halo-halo and pie made with Philippine mangoes round out the menu.

3890 S Maryland Pkwy #137
Las Vegas, NV 89119

7. Max's Restaurant

1290 East Flamingo St, Las Vegas, NV
Signature chicken at Max’s Restaurant
Signature chicken at Max’s Restaurant
Max’s Restaurant/Facebook

Max’s Restaurant started in 1945 after World War II when Maximo Gimenez, a Stanford-educated teacher, befriended the American occupation troops stationed at Quezon City. Over the years, Max's Restaurant became known as "the house that fried chicken built." Popular items include the restaurant’s signature fried chicken, pork barbecue skewers, and sizzling beef stew.

1290 East Flamingo St
Las Vegas, NV

8. D'Pinoy Joint

6820 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Calamari at D’Pinoy Joint
Calamari at D’Pinoy Joint
D’Pinoy Joint/Facebook

At D’Pinoy’s, the most popular dishes all include a Filipino take on pork. The restaurant’s pork tonkatsu, deep fried pork belly with banana ketchup, Inihaw na Baboy, grilled and marinated pork belly, and binagoongan fried rice, fried rice mixed with chopped pork, shrimp paste, and finished with mangoes and tomatoes on top, are all best sellers.

6820 W Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89103

9. Thelma's Filipino Restaurant

1205 W Sunset Rd, Henderson, NV 89014
Pork adobo at Thelma’s Filipino Restaurant
Pork adobo at Thelma’s Filipino Restaurant
Thelma’s Filipino Restaurant/Facebook

Henderson locals don’t have to drive far for fresh Filipino food. Located on Sunset Road, Thelma’s Filipino Restaurant, which also has a location in Hawaii, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Menu highlights include marinated milkfish with eggs, shrimp fried rice, pork adobo, dinuguan, and lunch and dinner plates that allow diners to mix and match items such as chicken adobo, garlic rice and mongo beans.

1205 W Sunset Rd
Henderson, NV 89014

10. Tina's Filipino Cuisine

7720 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89139
Tina’s Filipino Cuisine
Tina’s Filipino Cuisine/Facebook

At Tina’s Filipino Cuisine, lumpia is the star item. This Filipino take on a Chinese spring roll consists of shredded vegetables or chopped meat such as chicken or pork. Recommended for a main course is the lechon kawali, deep-fried, chopped up pork pieces, and for dessert is the deep fried halo halo with shaved ice and evaporated milk, mixed with a variety of fruits, Jello, and boiled sweet beans.

7720 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89139

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