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After New York and Chicago, Las Vegas is tasting some great sushi at Japonais. Chefs Jun Ichikawa and Gene Kato have added a French touch to contemporary Japanese cuisine and designed a fantastic array of hot and cold appetizers and entrées. Located at the Mirage Hotel, Japonais serves some exotic Oriental cocktails, sake and liqueur. Enjoy Kani Nikiri, the spicy baked prawn or the tender maple leaf smoked duck or simply stick to the signature sushi roll. Overall, a great dining experience overlooking the bustling casino.
Pho is named after a Vietnamese dish made of savory beef broth with vermicelli noodles combined with fresh herbs and spices. It is located in the coffee shop at Treasure Island. It offers a variety of traditional dishes- and is the only Vietnamese place on the Strip.
Noodle Asia is located inside the Venetian Resort & Casino. You will find a whole lot of Asian food to choose from including rice, noodles, soups, fish, vegetables, beef, chicken. Chef Wu has helped create the feel to Noodle Asia where an individual can get a quick meal in a friendly setting. Favorites include shrimp and fried rice, Singapore Vermicelli, roast duck noodles in broth and barbecued pork.
Mr. Chow is one of the New York City transplants that has invaded Sin City, and just like Rao's, Nobu and Payard Patisserie, it has been welcomed with open arm to the venerable Caesars Palace. It's located on the second floor with views of the Garden of the Gods pools below, and the menu features favorites like Beijing Duck, glazed prawns and the famed champagne service cart. The decor is elegant, the tables are made for sharing and the desserts are extraordinary, everything which makes for an excellent night out.
Beijing Noodle No. 9 is one of the most popular Asian restaurants around the Strip area. A part of the iconic Caesars Palace, the restaurant serves a range of delicacies from Northern China. With a menu that's dominated by noodle dishes, the restaurant displays gorgeous interiors, with large aquariums and a vibrant decor. Between a great service, beautiful interiors and tasty food, Beijing Noodle No. 9 has a lot to offer.
Voted Best Chinese Restaurant by Las Vegas Life Magazine's 2007 Epicurean Awards, Wing Lei is located within Wynn Las Vegas. The ambiance consists of 100 year old pomegranate trees, a Botero sculpture, and velvet, red, and gold accents. The food is a mélange of Cantonese, Shanghainese, and Szechuan cooking. If you are unsure of which dishes to order, try a 5 or 7 course prix fixe dinner.
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge has been wowing diners ever since its inception with its decadent contemporary and traditional Japanese fare. Set in the Bellagio Las Vegas, the kitchen helmed by chef Akira Back is an ode to his travels abroad which is reflected in their menu. Taking you through a delightful culinary journey, their dishes will tantalize your palate. Their bar headed by Yukiko Kawasaki has an impressive list of sake and wine that has been carefully curated to enhance your dining experience. With fantastic views worth boasting of, this chic eatery features wooden and stone elements as well as eclectic light fixtures which give it an ambient atmosphere.
Located in the swank Wynn Las Vegas, Mizumi is just one of the many excellent dining options in the hotel. Alongside other restaurants like Sinatra and Costa Di Mare, at Mizumi the menu features authenticity in the form of Japanese cuisine. From teppanyaki (iron griddle) and robatayaki (fire-roasted) tables to fresh, innovative sushi and sashimi, the talented chefs here have what you want. Another highlight is the ambience; the tables are surrounded by tranquil Koi ponds and giant fish sculptures, all housed under pagoda style roofs and red furnishings which are more reminiscent of China than Japan. Nevertheless, the food prepared right in front of you is always superb.