Las Vegas is home to many new restaurants. Some of the smaller ones that open with less than a shebang go unnoticed. Here's a look at seven of the new smaller restaurants that opened recently all over the Las Vegas valley, including a must-visit sushi bar and steakhouse, a new Yunnan Chinese restaurant and a Venezuelan food truck.Read More
Seven New Restaurants To Try Right Now in Las Vegas
Jjanga Steak & Sushi
The former Kanji Steak & Sushi is now Jjanga Steak & Sushi, even keeping the teppanaki. Sit at hibachi tables or the sushi bar and try the all-you-can-eat sushi. This restaurant from Kee “Jjanga” Chang complements his original Jjanga Japanese Restaurant in Chinatown.
Henderson lands Mediterranean food seven days a week. Falafel, shawarma or beef and chicken kabobs make the menu.
This new food truck specializes in Venezuela-style street dogs. The most basic comes with cabbage, onions, carrots, various sauces, cheese, and crunched-up potato chips for $4 with a can of soda. Four arepas featuring shredded beef, chicken, shredded pork and ham are also featured. Try the cachapas with ground sweet corn in a pocket stuffed with cheese or the tequenos, Venezuelan cheese sticks.
Sitting inside China A Go Go and taking over the Aloha A Go Go, this new sushi joint serves a la carte and all-you-can-eat, with lunch for $19.95 and dinner for $23.95.
North Las Vegas’ new noodle shop features dishes such as shoyu ramen and chicken teriyaki.
This all-vegan bakery uses refined sugar and every dish is gluten-, dairy- and peanut-free. Carrot cake, chocolate cake, pumpkin loaves and truffles are just some of the dishes.
Yunnan Tasty Garden
Doesn’t the name here say it all? Chinese Yunnan dishes, particularly rice noodles with some heat, make the menu here. Daily specials from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. include tomato with ground pork, pickled vegetables with ground pork, pickled peppers with ground pork, bean curd with dried turnips and more.