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Enhancing the night life in Las Vegas is Andrea's, an award winning fine dine restaurant at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The decor is chic with different seating arrangements available for groups or intimate dining. Andrea's presents it's guests with spectacular Asian platters and cocktails. The lounge transforms into a nightclub where you will find top DJs playing their tunes. A combination of a restaurant and a nightlife social scene offering good food, ambiance and service, this place gets a big thumbs up.
Tao is a nightclub that is simply stunning. From the cascading waterfalls and rose petal-filled pools to the 16-foot (4.9-meter) Buddha statue, the surroundings set a standard that the menu fully lives up to. At Tao your palate is in good hands as the menu features pan-Asian dishes, mixing Hong Kong Chinese, Japanese, and Thai to create an eclectic menu. Tao also gives you a great taste of the Vegas nightlife. They frequently host parties with their resident DJs pumping up music until the early hours of the morning. TAO is also home to a lounge and a banquet hall for events, meetings and conferences. Spread over 60000 square feet, (5574.18 square meters), TAO is the place to be, whether you want to dig into fine cuisine, dance the night away, relax with a tantalizing cocktail or simply socialize and have a good time.
The Fukuburger serving asian-fusion burgers has quickly evolved from a food truck to a restaurant on the Strip, which isn’t all that surprising considering the innovative burgers they have on offer. Try the Buta Burger which comprises of bacon glazed with traditional Japanese miso, barbecue sauce and ginger. You can combine the burgers with some crispy garlic fries for more flavor. The staff members are interactive and enthusiastic about their work which makes eating at the restaurant all the more enjoyable. With the modest pricing and generous portions, the Fukuburger is a great value for money restaurant.
Situated in the up-and-coming Arts District, Mingo is the brainchild of the trio who conceptualized top dining destination Mundo. Featuring elegant decor, tounge-in-cheek humor, and a menu crafted by culinary marvel Robert Solano, this restaurant has a lot to recommend it. The libations are creative and feature risque names like Pink Lips, Blow Pop, and Jack my D. The stylish space is well-appointed and features leather booths, sparkling chandeliers, and dark walls. Pair your drinks with upscale pub eats like spicy fried wings with Maytag blue cheese, blackened mahi-mahi, bacon-cheddar bistro burger, and rib eye with balsamic glaze.
Located in the Silverton Hotel & Casino, WuHu Noodle is the place to go if you are craving some scrumptious and flavor packed Pan-Asian cuisine food. Offering a variety of cuisines including Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai, Mongolian and others. With fast-food style service offered in a small space with chic decor, this eatery has a casual ambiance that is perfect for a relaxed meal. Try the Wonton Noodle Soup, served with a rich broth that will leave you wanting more. Next sample the Peking Duck Steamed Buns and the Orange Peel Chicken. Children can also choose dishes from a menu that is catered to them, with options like the General Tso's Chicken.
Typical of an Asian restaurant, the Poppy Den at Tivoli Village, offers dishes that are flavorful, with smooth textures and warm spices. Spearheaded by Chef Angelo Sosa, this charming restaurant has a classy ambiance, that will set you in the right mood for a great dinner. Shrimp and grits, roasted duck, poppy burger and miso salmon are the delicious preparations that customers keep going back to. Call ahead for a reservation, or go through their website for more details.
Set in a classy space, 8 Noodle Bar is an upscale Asian fusion restaurant serving an assortment of dishes that mix creativity and familiarity. The restaurant is set in a modern space with quirky decor involving red, white and black hues, an open kitchen and an entrance decorated with noodle bowls. The menu is simple with a limited selection of dishes. However, it’s easy to see that each item is prepared with utmost care and effort. Local favorites on the menu include Shrimp Toast, Duck Bao Ban and Fried Pork Sauce Noodles. If you are still wondering about what to eat, you can always ask the staff members for recommendations. They are friendly, quick to the table and quite well versed with the menu. The chef’s don’t hesitate to experiment with the presentation of the food resulting in dishes looking like something you would see on Instagram. If you are looking for a hearty Asian meal, head to 8 Noodle Bar for a pleasant dining experience.