Delicious dim sum being grabbed by a pair of chopsticks.

Welcome to the vibrant and diverse Chinatown in Las Vegas. A culinary hub that’s a world away from the city’s glitzy casinos. Here, in the heart of the desert, an array of top-notch restaurants offers a taste of Asia’s rich and varied cultures. This journey through restaurants in Chinatown introduces you to some of the finest eateries where traditional and modern Asian cuisines come alive. A place that creates a unique and unforgettable dining experience.

A Symphony of Asian Cuisines

Chinatown in Las Vegas is more than just a Chinese enclave. It’s a mosaic of Asian cultures. From the delicate flavors of Japanese sushi to the fiery spices of Thai curries, each restaurant here tells a story of its heritage and culinary mastery. The streets of this bustling district are lined with eateries that showcase the best of Korean, Vietnamese, Filipino, and Chinese cuisines, among others.

A Taste of Authenticity and Innovation

What sets these restaurants apart is their commitment to authenticity blended with a dash of innovation. Chefs from various Asian backgrounds bring their own traditional recipes. Each was handed down through generations and infuse with a touch of Las Vegas flair. The result is a dining scene that’s as exciting and diverse as the city itself.

A Feast for the Senses

Every one of these Chinatown restaurants offer a feast for the senses. Step into a world where the décor, music, and ambiance transport you to a different place. Be it a bustling street in Bangkok, a serene Japanese garden, or a lively Filipino market. The attention to detail in creating these immersive environments adds depth to your dining experience.

In Las Vegas’ Chinatown, every meal is an adventure, every bite a discovery. So, come with us as we explore the best restaurants this vibrant district has to offer. From mouth-watering dim sum to succulent Korean BBQ, from fragrant Vietnamese pho to spicy Szechuan dishes, get ready to embark on a gastronomic journey that will leave you craving for more.

  • 5. Hong Kong Garden Seafood, BBQ & Dim Sum Cafe

    Address: 5300 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146
    Hours: Mon. – Thurs. 9a.m. to 1a.m.
    Fri. – Sun. 9a.m. to 2a.m.

    Hong Kong Garden has a menu filled with traditional Chinese cuisine, but also some recipes with an “Americanized twist”. The location has viewable tanks where they keep their live seafood. It’s great place to gather with family and friends.

  • 4. Chef Kenny's Asian Vegan Restaurant

    Address: 6820 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146
    Hours: Wed. – Mon. from 11:30a.m. to 3:30p.m. and 4:30p.m. to 9:30p.m.

    Praised as some of the best vegan food in the entire valley, Chef Kenny shows his dedication to his craft with some absolutely amazing dishes. Here you can appreciate the flavors of Asian cuisine from Thai cod fish fillets to, to sushi general Tso’s chicken. It’s truly a vegan’s paradise.

  • 3. Weera Thai

    Address: 4276 Spring Mountain Rd. #105, Las Vegas, NV 89102
    Hours: Daily from 11:00a.m. to 10:00p.m.
    (Last seating at 9:30p.m. and last kitchen call at 9:45p.m.)

    The owners who’re from Isan, the Northeastern part of Thailand, Weera Thai brings authentic Thailand flavors all the way to Las Vegas. Their succulent stuffed wings, creamy Tom Kah Seafood soup (a coconut soup with a combination of seafood), and roasted duck curry are just a few dishes you absolutely must try! Their spicy scale rates from one to five, so it’s recommended you know your spice tolerance.

  • 2. Pho Kim Long

    Address: 4023 W. Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102
    Hours: Open 24/7

    Rewarded the title of “Best Vietnamese Restaurant” in Las Vegas, Pho Kim Long lives up to the hype. From their selection of beef, chicken, seafood, soups, curries, and etc., you really can’t go wrong with any dish here. On the side of beverages, try adding some tapioca to your tea for only 50 cents.

  • 1. Chengdu Taste

    Address: 3950 Schiff Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89103
    Hours: Mon. – Sun. 11:00a.m. to 9:00p.m.

    Now here’s a place that packs a punch. For those who love to taste the spice of life, Chengdu Taste has just the menu for you. Red chili chicken, chopped fresh bullfrog with red & green peppers, and boiled sliced fish in hot sauce are just a few mouth-watering items in store for you here. Some menu items even contain Sichuan peppers, which actually taste citrusy, but have the unique property of causing your mouth to feel tingly. The Mala Market says, the chemical reaction they cause “activates paresthesia-inducing somatosensory neurons. In other words, it makes your brain think your mouth is physically vibrating, thus going numb.”

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