THE 8 DISHES IN CHINATOWN VEGAS YOU MUST TRY
Much has been said about Las Vegas Chinatown, but questions such as “Las Vegas has A Chinatown? Which Casino is it in” are still common? But the Las Vegas Chinatown, on and around Spring Mountain Rd and Valley View to Spring Mountain Rd and Jones has really grown and offers varying from mouthwatering fried pork belly to sophisticated, high-end sushi with traditional Japanese omotenashi service,
|Omakase tasting – Yui Edomae, Chinatown Vegas|
2) Chubby Cattle
Dorper Lamb Hotpot
|Specific bred Dorper Lamb at Chubby Cattle, Chinatown Vegas|
You will only need to decide between one of the delicious broths to dunk and cook what may be the best tasting lamb in North America. Chubby Cattle open pasture raise their own breed of dorper sheep on their farm in Texas. The results are milder, tastier, less-gamey lamb, that melts in your mouth.
Inner Mongolian hotpot is the ancestor to all hotpot.
|Agedashi tofu, Raku, Chinatown Vegas|
4) Chada Street
Moo Tod Nom Pla (Fried Pork Belly)
|Fried pork belly with nam prik noom. Chada Street, Chinatown, Vegas|
5) Nakamura Ya
Uni Tomato Cream Pasta
|Uni Tomato Cream Pasta at Trattoria Nakamura-Ya|
Uni is cooked into the tomato cream then tossed with the spaghetti and finished with saffron.
6) District 1
Live Lobster Pho
|Lobster Pho, District One, Chinatown, Vegas – Photo courtesy of District One
7) Niu Gu
Braised Short Rib
|Marugame Monzo, Wakame Seaweed Udon, Chinatown Las Vegas|
Premium Pork Jowl
|Premium Pork Jowl, Hobak, Chinatown, Vegas|