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Las Vegas Cheap Eats 2015: 18 New Cheap Restaurants To Try Now

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So you didn’t win the World Series of Poker or cash in on that big craps game. You’re out of bills with more than an Andrew Jackson on it. Payday comes three days from now and you want more than Maruchan ramen noodles for a meal. You need something cheap. Here, a look at 18 of the newer restaurants in town that serve dishes for less than $10.

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Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza

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All pies are 11-inch personal size, thin crust, and $7.65 regardless of number of toppings. More are coming.

Cheerful House Chinese Cuisine

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From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. land $7.95 lunch specials that include egg rolls or cream cheese crab rangoons, egg drop soup and entree choices including Kung Pao chicken, moo goo gai pan, sesame chicken, Mongolian beef or barbecue pork chop suey.

Frijoles & Frescas

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Tacos for $4.49, burritos for $6.49, platters with meat, beans, rice, tortillas and side salads for $7.99? Sure, why not? Do order the $2.25 Mexican street corn.

Indian Bowl Cuisine

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Inyo Asian Variety Restaurant

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J-Wok Cafe

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Little Tony's

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McKen’s Mexican Grill

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Land dishes such as three chicken flautas for $4.99, carne machada beef for $8.26 or cheese nachos with beef for $8.25. Yes, breakfast is just as cheap.

The Noodle Man

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Watch noodles pulled by hand before your eyes at this Szechuan restaurant. Land dishes such as Mongolian beef pancakes for $5, Shanxi knife sliced noodle soup for $8, hot and spicy noodle for $8 and homemade Zha Jiang noodle for $8.

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Pho Annie 2

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Try the grilled pork with vermicelli for $8.99, the garlic butter chicken for $9.99 or the egg rolls for $5.99 at this new Vietnamese restaurant.

The Pizza Kitchen

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Plumeria Thai Cafe

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Sin City Sandwich

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The Tangerine Cafe

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Tina’s Filipino Cuisine

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Order the TFC Express and get two entrees, rice and soup for $7.99.

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Wok 'n Roll

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Filipino tapsilogan meals go for $5.99 at this new joint in Chinatown. Try the kalbi taco for $4.50.

Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza

All pies are 11-inch personal size, thin crust, and $7.65 regardless of number of toppings. More are coming.

Cheerful House Chinese Cuisine

From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. land $7.95 lunch specials that include egg rolls or cream cheese crab rangoons, egg drop soup and entree choices including Kung Pao chicken, moo goo gai pan, sesame chicken, Mongolian beef or barbecue pork chop suey.

Frijoles & Frescas

Tacos for $4.49, burritos for $6.49, platters with meat, beans, rice, tortillas and side salads for $7.99? Sure, why not? Do order the $2.25 Mexican street corn.

Indian Bowl Cuisine

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Inyo Asian Variety Restaurant

[Photo: Amelinda B Lee]

J-Wok Cafe

[Photo: Amelinda B Lee]

Little Tony's

[Photo: Amelinda B Lee]

McKen’s Mexican Grill

Land dishes such as three chicken flautas for $4.99, carne machada beef for $8.26 or cheese nachos with beef for $8.25. Yes, breakfast is just as cheap.

The Noodle Man

Watch noodles pulled by hand before your eyes at this Szechuan restaurant. Land dishes such as Mongolian beef pancakes for $5, Shanxi knife sliced noodle soup for $8, hot and spicy noodle for $8 and homemade Zha Jiang noodle for $8.

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Pho Annie 2

Try the grilled pork with vermicelli for $8.99, the garlic butter chicken for $9.99 or the egg rolls for $5.99 at this new Vietnamese restaurant.

The Pizza Kitchen

[Photo: Amelinda B Lee]

Plumeria Thai Cafe

[Photo: Amelinda B Lee]

Sin City Sandwich