The first Chinatown in Las Vegas took hold in the 1930s, and since then, the city’s Chinese food scene has evolved — there are regional restaurants focusing on Sichuan, Cantonese, and Mongolian food. There’s a Taiwanese breakfast spot, hand-pulled noodles, elegant Peking duck, and all kinds of tea. On this episode of No Passport Required, chef and host Marcus Samuelsson touches down in Vegas to learn all about Chinese and Chinese-American food traditions and history in this iconic city.
Watch “Las Vegas” from Season 2 of No Passport Required, hosted by chef Marcus Samuelsson, here. And in this map, find the places Samuelsson visits in the episode.Read More