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Asian-Pacific Rim Restaurants in Las Vegas

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Ah Sin

Located at the Paris Hotel, Ah Sin offers great asian food at a good value. Impressive asian artwork and a sushi part make Ah Sin an even more inviting destination.

China Grill

Large food portions in a comfortable setting make the China Grill a dining favorite. It’s located at the Madalay Bay Resort on the Las Vegas Strip.

China Spice

You can find China Spice at the Green Valley Ranch Resort in nearby Henderson. You’ll find a large and very delicious menu and a great value.


Found inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Chinois features a fusion of Chinese and French cuisine. Wolfgang Puck is a co-owner of this recommended restaurant.

Malibu Chan’s

A very popular sushi bar and hangout. Try Malibu Chan’s after 11 p.m to get in on some great happy hour deals. Check out the open kitchen here to see all of the action.

Chinese Restaurants in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Restaurants


At Changs y ou can find delicious Dim Sum while sitting in comfortable booths overlooking Chinese art and artifacts. The menu at Changs is large and you can try asking for special dishes that are not on the menu.

Mayflower Cuisiner

Great Asian food and a fantastic value the Mayflower Cuisiner is an interesting fusion of Asian and French food. You can find a patio and a full bar here.


This is pretty close to an authentic noodle house inside the Bellagio hotel. It’s actually quite small and can get very busy during peak times. You can get tyour noodles in a variety of different ways. There’s also a good sized appetizer menu.


This is quite possibly the most beautiful of all of the Chinese restaurants in Las Vegas. Private booths offer a perfect dining spot for a romantic experience.

Ping Pang Pong

Found inside the Gold Coast hotel this Asian restaurant appeals to locals due to its great prices and tasty food. It sits overlooking the action of the nearby casino.

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