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Weera Thai Restaurant is one of Las Vegas' most beloved Thai eateries. During the daily happy hour, you can get half off appetizers - you'll want to sample all of them: Thai egg rolls, fried tofu, fried cheese, spring rolls and more. They deliver to hotels on The Strip, so you can eat in the comfort of your hotel room. The atmosphere is casual, perfect for a low-key dinner out any night of the week.
For a taste of some authentic Chinese and Thai cuisine, Charlie Vegas Chinese & Thai Restaurant is the right place to go. A favorite among the locals, the restaurant is usually packed, so you need to be there early to ensure a seat. From the menu, the Shrimp Fried Rice comes highly recommended. The decor at Charlie's is simple but the ambience is cozy. The service is quick and the staff are always at hand to serve you.
Le Thai brings authentic Thai flavors to the heart of downtown Fremont with its home-style cooking and buoyant vibe. The outdoor beer garden hosts local DJs on the weekend and is ideal for a night of bar hopping. Enjoy traditional dishes like waterfall beef, Thai beef and meatball noodle soup, and traditional larb salad. Come here for late night eats and the upbeat atmosphere boosted by music on the patio and steady hum of conversation.
Located on the casino floor at the sparkling Aria Resort and Casino, this Chinese restaurant has a decor that melds traditional Chinese elements with a luxurious contemporary design. Banquettes line the perimeter while the center of the restaurant offers comfortable table seating surrounded by rosewood accents set on a dark wood floor. The restaurant has many traditional selections including egg drop soup and kung pao shrimp along with wonderful items like crisp-fried Chilean sea bass and walnut prawns. It's an exciting place that draws people who can appreciate the creativity and artistry of Chef Chi Hoi. -Lottie Tagupa
Tucked away in a corner on the main casino floor, this resort restaurant is the perfect place to gather with friends and escape from all the activity at the dazzling Aria Resort and Casino. The décor is modern and clean done in warm woods and sleek modern lines. The menu is Pan Asian and offers everything from Singaporean noodles to fried rice, but for the most part, the dishes are Americanized with flavors marginalized and toned down. However, this restaurant does well when it comes to American dishes with Asian accents such as steaks, seafood and chicken along with popular simple dishes like papaya salad and satay.
This restaurant is located across from the Stratosphere Hotel Casino, between a wedding chapel and a swimming pool. It is family owned and operated. The menu includes coconut cream chicken tom yum soup, deep-fried catfish with chili sauce and papaya salad. It also offers curry and vegetarian options.
This unpretentious Thai eatery is not only one of the best in Vegas, it's also considered one of the best in the country. The Lotus of Siam restaurant located off "The Strip" is known for serving a variety of Thai cuisine that range from mild to spicy with both common and rare dishes featured on the menu. Thai curries, wantons, noodles, fried rice dishes and specialties like Koong Tenn can be found here.
This stylish restaurant is not difficult to find amidst the clatter and clinging of the endless rows of slot machines at the Treasure Island Resort and Casino. Two huge glass-enclosed ivory elephant tusks mark the entrance to the dimly lit contemporary restaurant. The décor is warm and cozy with an abundance of textures, metallic accents and Asian art. The menu is a fantastic collection of Asian favorites including pad Thai, cashew chicken, and crispy whole fried catfish. The Khotan curry noodles, dressed in a sauce that is flavorful without being obnoxious, are especially good with chopped chicken and stir-fried vegetables. Opt for the patio seating for a wonderful view of the Vegas Strip. -Lottie Tagupa