Not accustomed to western food, our group took a taxi from the hotel to Chinatown to find Chinese food, which was very convenient. Chinatown in Las Vegas is not as big as San Francisco, but there are also many Chinese restaurants
Because I was tired of western food in Las Vegas, the tour guide suggested that we come to Chinatown for Chinese food. Chinatown cannot be compared with Chinatowns in other big cities, but it is still very Chinese in style and there are many Chinese restaurants.
The Chinatown in Las Vegas is not as big as the Chinatown we saw in New York and Washington, but if you are not used to western food, then it is good to find some hometown flavor in Chinatown, and the taste is still ok And there are many Chinese cuisines.
Here in China Town Las Vegas. This is one cool Mall to go to if you love Chinese Food !! It even has A 99 Ranch Market and a Spicy City . Lots to eat here !! Overall it is one place you have to put on your Bucket List !! I shall return and try all the cool places here !!!
Chinatown Las Vegas is really more China-"strip" or Asiantown Spring Mountain LV. Along Spring Mountain on the West side of the LV strip, numerous great value and tasting restaurants saturate both sides of Spring Mountain in various strip malls. These ethnic Asian restaurants open late and provide great variety in the LV eating scene. There are also several asian supermarkets along this strip. It is all about the food here.
This place is off the beaten path in Vegas but, we asked where everyone goes who lives in Vegas for Chinese food and this is where they sent us. Lots to choose from. Just a few minutes from the strip via taxi.
Chinatown, Chinatown, Las Vegas, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, built in a desert oasis, is not big in itself, so Chinatown is not far from highways and other attractions and entertainment spots in Las Vegas. For example, from the American shopping mall, it will be a Chinese circle within 15 minutes. There are relatively good quality and low price here, with Hong Kong style western food. The steak and Gillette tonkatsu are good, especially the taste of tonkatsu is a bit similar to the tonkatsu in the college-era Koza cuisine. Of course, I think Thai tea is better. Of course, recently opened a Korean barbecue buffet, the price is also good. However, the buffet is really hard to eat, so I can only sit and pass the time and drink slowly. I recommend a "Taste of Chengdu" and a "Yunnan Guoqiao Park", both of which are chain stores, with high quality and high cost performance. Compared with the western architectural tone of other places in the city, the oriental elements of Chinatown will give Chinese tourists a sense of relatives.
#美西自驾# On the 13th day, back to San Francisco, the self-driving is over, all the way, burgers, French fries, ice water, I feel full as if I saw it. I ran to China Town to eat Chinese food in Las Vegas, and I felt that instantly Chinese food is the most delicious food in the world. But to be honest, Chinese food eaten in the United States feels more authentic than in Shenzhen. The taste is good. When you cook a bowl of noodles at home, you can eat so happy. Thanks to Lei Ge for his role as a driver. The other noodles are Chinese food in Las Vegas...