Spring Mtn Rd/Chinatown

17 Listings

Las Vegas’ Chinatown is undeniably one of the best food hubs in the valley. Here are the restaurants that came highly recommended by our experts, ranging from casual atmospheres to fine dining.

Kabuto

Located in one of the most exciting strip malls in “Chinatown,” it can be easy to miss this hidden gem. Its plain white storefront, accented only by a narrow window, a single exterior light and a s...

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...

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...

Monta Ramen

Good ramen takes an extreme level of time, patience and expertise; very few apply as much as any of these qualities to their ramen as does Monta Ramen. It is a simple, traditional Tokyo-style rame...

Aburiya Raku

When you notice Strip chefs flocking to a new restaurant, it’s a sure sign something good is afoot, and that was the case with Aburiya Raku shortly after it opened in 2008. “Aburiya Raku” translat...

Sparrow + Wolf

It’s impossible to overstate how influential Sparrow + Wolf has been on the Las Vegas dining scene. Before Strip veteran Brian Howard opened its doors in 2017, the Spring Mountain Road corridor (ak...

Fukuburger (Multiple Locations)

Food blogger Philip Tzeng is among the fans of Fukuburger, noting that the spot that started as a food truck, evolved into a brick-and-mortar and now is both has a new Big B's brisket burger that “...

Trattoria Nakamura Ya

The Las Vegas version of Chinatown has an almost overwhelming assortment of restaurants to choose from, so it's especially impressive how Trattoria Nakamura Ya manages to stand out from the crowd. ...

Partage

Chef Yuri Szarzewski, Pastry Chef Vincent Pellerin and manager Nicolas Kalpokdjian all worked in Michelin-starred restaurants in France before moving to Las Vegas with a dream of opening a restaura...

Sushi Kame

Kame is a tale of two restaurants. Choose your own adventure in the main dining room, with a la carte selections and multi-course kaiseki menus. Or enjoy an evening in the secluded private dining r...

Kaiseki Yuzu

Kaiseki Yuzu is one of the most rewarding dining experiences in Chinatown, a neighborhood overloaded with Asian restaurants and increasing competition among ultra-premium, high-end Japanese options...

Izakaya Go Japanese Tapas & Bar

Tapas has evolved in America over the past few decades, from a Spanish tradition to an effective way of serving (and consuming) small plates representing numerous international cuisines. And those ...

The Golden Tiki

The fact that about 75% of the experts surveyed took the time to recommend The Golden Tiki (mostly in the Tiki Bar category, of course) demonstrates how universally beloved this place is. That’s be...

Yui Edomae Sushi

It’s hard to say what surprises more people --that Las Vegas is home to some of the finest sushi restaurants you’re likely to find outside of Japan, or that you have to leave The Strip to find them...

Sand Dollar Lounge

The legacy of the Sand Dollar Lounge dates back to 1976, but the place just keeps getting better over time. Located on the eastern edge of Chinatown, the bar is a reliable destination for free live...

EDO Tapas & Wine

Neon Feast contributor Arlene Wszalek was among numerous survey participants who love EDO, for what she calls “brilliant food, imaginatively presented, [at] criminally reasonable prices. She went o...

00 Pie & Pub

Michael Vakneen, the award-winning chef behind Pop Up Pizza at the Plaza, is taking things up a notch with 00 Pie & Pub in Chinatown. While the image and atmosphere of the cozy restaurant takes ins...

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