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Village Food Court is located at the prestigious Excalibur Hotel Casino. It is a dining promenade offering a large variety of eating options. After a long day of exploring Las Vegas, this is the ideal stopover. If you just want to grab a cup of freshly brewed coffee while lounging around at the Starbucks coffee outlet, or dig into some Krispy Kreme or doughnuts, you'll find it all here! On a scorching hot afternoon, Coldstone Creamery is like an oasis with their range of delicious ice cream mixes. McDonald's, Pizza Hut Express and Manchu Wok are the other outlets you will see here. So what do you feel like eating today?
This California-based eatery opened its first non-Los Angeles restaurant at the New York-New York Hotel. Most famous for its dim sum offerings, the restaurant has an extensive menu, which reflects seasons and special occasions. Featured items include Szechwan dumplings and Hargow, delicious shrimp crescents, salads and noodle dishes. Entrees include Mongolian Beef, orange chicken and minced chicken lettuce cups, sort of an Asian lettuce taco. Full bar service is available.
Located inside the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, this eatery is a pleasing departure from what one expects in Las Vegas. The menu focuses on Asian-style noodles, barbecued meat and poultry dishes and Congee (rice porridge). Try the Fried Pot Stickers, then perhaps the Roast Duck and Honey-Glazed Barbecued Pork. The Braised Mandarin Beef Stew with noodles is excellent. Top off your meal with Red Bean Ice. Full bar service is available. The restaurant remains open for lunch and dinner throughout the week.
Gaze at a flowing waterfall while dining on a wide selection of fresh sushi. Located in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, this restaurant is about a lot more than sushi; the menu contains a veritable feast of Asian dishes and cuisines. Have a Vietnamese appetizer, Thai entrée, and Chinese dessert topped off with Japanese drinks. The décor accentuates the food with lots of bamboo and black accents. The service is fast and friendly and meals are big enough to share or perfect for one hungry diner.
This Vegas restaurant, located in the Monte Carlo Hotel Casino, sprinkles a little Eastern flavor over the Nevada desert. At Dragon Noodle Co. a lack of variety is never a problem. The menu is long and offers lots of different noodle, rice, chicken, duck, seafood and vegetable dishes, plus many more. Try the Peking Style Pork, Lobster with Ginger and Scallion, or the Wok Tossed Garlic Eggplant. Eat family style and share all the spoils of an exciting night on the town.
At Monte Carlo Hotel Casino you can live life king size. If you're hungry and are looking for a quick bite, then treat yourself at the Food Court. If you're just in the mood for just a coffee, then hop into Starbucks for freshly brewed coffee only from the choicest beans. To kill that craving for the regular burger, fries and coke combo, McDonald's is right there...but if you want to avoid the calories grab a bite at Subway. For a sumptuous South East Asian cuisine, Manchu Wok is the right place. Other choices available include Rubio's, Sbarro's and Häagen Dazs. So go ahead, take your pick!
The restaurant has been voted as "Best New Strip Restaurant" by Las Vegas Weekly. Yusho is a restaurant offering authentic Japanese-style street food. The food is characterized by its simple flavors and presentation. Pair your food with the beer, cocktail and wine selection. For reservations, visit the website.
Located in the stunning Aria Hotel & Casino, BarMasa provides a memorable dining experience with vaulted ceiling and contemporary decor. Try modern Japanese cuisine and unique sushi rolls in an elegant, yet casual atmosphere. Their signature dishes include anything with bluefin tuna and kakiage oroshi soba. BarMasa also has an impressive sake selection and creative sake cocktails.