Chinese

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From casual takeout to fine dining experiences, Las Vegas has a great selection of Chinese cuisine, in every price range, on and off The Strip.

New York Chinese Restaurant

East Coast expatriates looking for “authentic” Chinese food – that is, not necessarily authentic to China, but to the restaurants in the New York area – can find all of their old favorites at this ...

Dim Sum Cafe

While casual dim sum restaurants are commonplace in Chinatown – and growing in popularity on The Strip – it's a bit surprising to see one so authentic and genuine in a residential west valley neigh...

ShangHai Taste

ShangHai Taste is the "best spot for soup dumplings and craveable small plate Chinese," according to Bryan Bass, vice president of marketing at Carver Road Hospitality. Those signature soup dumplin...

Chengdu Taste

Like some of the best (but not all) restaurants in Chinatown, Chengdu Taste is more about the food than the atmosphere. The business occupies a small, plain, unassuming space in an out-of-the-way c...

Hakkasan Restaurant

Hakkasan Restaurant comes alive with "a club vibe and party atmosphere," according to Neon Feast's own Al Mancini, yet the MGM Grand's fine-dining destination for Cantonese cuisine and elevated dim...

Mott 32

At least a half dozen experts listed Palazzo’s Mott 32 among their favorite spots for Chinese cuisine, including an anonymous employee of a competing casino. Two of them singled out the applewood r...

Din Tai Fung

Recommended in the dim sum category by Lip Smacking Foodie Tours President Donald Contursi, this Taiwanese restaurant chain specializes in xiao long bao dumplings, and has more than 170 restaurants...

China Mama

Las Vegas Advisor publisher Anthony Curtis was among those who said their favorite Chinese restaurants include China Mama, which is tucked in a strip center around the corner from the most frenetic...

Shang Artisan Noodle

Chef and KNPR’s “Exit Spring Mountain” host Lorraine Blanco Moss says Shang Artisan Noodle is more than a restaurant. “It’s a tasty show,” Blanco Moss explains. “You get to watch these artisans pu...

Orchids Garden

Longtime Las Vegans think of Orchids Garden when they think of dim sum, in large part because it’s served there all day, every day (along with lots of other Chinese dishes). The ladies with the ca...

Wing Lei

Over the past few years, pricey, traditional, high-end Chinese restaurants have become de rigueur in Las Vegas’ most exclusive resorts -- a nod to the Asian high-rollers courted by their VIP casino...

Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar

Finding elevated Cantonese cuisine in Las Vegas once meant choosing between the Strip and Chinatown. No longer. The Boca Park shopping plaza is now home to Chinglish, a family-owned restaurant that...

Red 8

Red 8, the more casual Asian option at Wynn Las Vegas, is particularly known for vegan dim sum, such as potstickers, white lotus or jade dumplings. But carnivores will find plenty of selections on ...

Ping Pang Pong

Located off The Strip in the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, Ping Pang Pong has served authentic Chinese cuisine for decades, making it a favorite with locals, and those tourists who are “in the know”...

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