1. China Mama
Located at Mountain View Plaza, China Mama is an excellent choice for first-timers trying Chinese food. The menu has authentic Chinese dishes as well as some Chinese dishes with an American influence. Order delicious meals such as Stir-fry Tofu in brown sauce, orange or sesame chicken, meatballs in a clay pot, salt and pepper pork rib, seafood, soups, and more. They also serve various teas and soft drinks to pair with your meal.
2. Dagu Rice Noodle
Dagu Rice Noodle has its main headquarters in Shanghai, and the Las Vegas branch along Spring Mountain Road will offer you delectable Chinese dishes. The menu also has an option for customers to choose the ingredients they like to incorporate into their meal. Enjoy your favorite Chinese dishes from noodle soup to beef shank, chicken in various ways, and more.
3. Wing Lei
This list would be incomplete without Wing Lei. The restaurant earned the first Michelin star given to a Chinese restaurant in the country. The restaurant sits in a beautiful and elegant space bringing hearty Chinese meals to the tables. Some of the exciting menu items include Washington Dungeness Crab, Sichuan chili prawns, Wok-fried stripe bass, braised pork belly, Cantonese chow mein, and other diverse choices. The menu also offers vegetarian options, including the Three cup Eggplant, Mapo Tofu, Wok-tossed mushrooms, etc. You can find the restaurant Wynn and Encore Las Vegas.
4. Ping Pang Pong
You do not have to be on the Strip to enjoy delicious Chinese flavors. Ping Pang Pong is located off the Strip at the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino on Flamingo road. Their menu cuts across different parts of China, bringing Shanghai, Cantonese, and Szechuan flavors to Las Vegas. The restaurant operates from 10 am till 3 am, allowing diners to grab late-night meals. The noodle dishes are particularly impressive.
Another gem at Encore at Wynn is Wazuzu. The lead chef, Jimmy Widjaja brings the best of Asian Fusion to this location, including a sushi bar. Guests can enjoy meals such as dim sum, baked miso black cod, wok-tossed Mongolian beef, Cantonese Assorted Barbecue plate, and more. Sushi options include a red dragon roll, lobster tempura roll, and sushi sashimi combos.
The restaurant has also had a feature on Food Network for their special Drunken Noodles.