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Las Vegas Chinatown-- Let's thoroughly review it

I went to Las Vegas for the third time since 2000 last week but it was my first trip to the Chinatown area. I was impressed by the two restaurants I tried (thanks to Chowhound recommendations) but it looks like there's potential for lots of good restaurants there. I'm hoping to start a thread where we review several of the restaurants to see what we like and don't like. I'm particularly interested in Korean restaurants.

The first place I tried was Sam Woo BBQ for take out roast duck and roast pig. The roast duck was great, maybe the best I've ever had. I don't eat lot of roast duck but it really stands out for being well seasoned and well cooked. The skin was crispy and the meat tasted great. It went really well with an earthy California pinot noir. The pound of barbecue pork was a mixed lot. Some of it was pretty good. Other was kind of tough. I also got an order of bok choi cooked in garlic. The bok choi itself was fresh and tender. The garlic tended to overwhelm it, though, so all I could taste was garlic. Sam Woo is a chain and it's promising. I'd like to go back and try other items.

Sam Woo BBQ
4215 Spring Mountain Rd # B101
Las Vegas, NV 89102

Sam Woo BBQ Restaurant
4215 Spring Mountain Rd Ste B101, Las Vegas, NV 89102

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  1. The second place I went was the Cathay House for dim sum. This was pretty good dim sum and it could hold it's own with places in Monterey Park or San Francisco. The only dim sum that disappointed me there was the shrimp and chives. The shrimp was bland and the chives overpowered it. Everything else I tried was great. There was a deep fried crab ball (it's the one in the photo with the crab claws protruding) that tasted like fresh crab and not krab. Another photo I have is of a sausage bun and the sausage tasted tangy and fresh, too. I'm not sure what was in the rest. There were a few deep-fried items I hadn't seen before and they were very good. I liked the Cathay House and wouldn't mind returning. I'll bet it's better than any of the dim sum on the strip. I guess it's technically a few blocks east of Las Vegas' Chinatown, but it's still on Spring Mountain Road.

    Cathay House Restaurant
    5300 Spring Mountain Rd # 107
    Las Vegas, NV 89146

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    1. re: SteveTimko

      Forgot to link to it.

      Cathay House Restaurant
      5300 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146

    2. When dining at Sam Woo, the servers have always been quick and efficient. The story is quite different for me when ordering the bbq items to go, though. Although I'm 100% cantonese and can understand and speak the language, I don't look it at all. I've been nothing but courteous everytime I've stepped foot in there, but I've heard the cleaver guys behind the counter say unflattering things about me in Cantonese and on more than one occasion, I've seen them reach for a particularly bony chunk of roast pork or dried out bbq pork when I've ordered it by the pound to go. The dining room is a pleasant experience, though and the dishes are well prepared. The hk bbq items are totally unremarkable, though and I haven't gotten them from there for years (due to both quality and treatment).

      I think Cathay house is excellent. The food is well prepared and it shows in the details. Always hot, fresh, and tasty. The variety of available items is great on weekdays and even better on weekends. I think they're much better than Orchid Garden on Sahara and the best place for dim sum in Vegas.

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      1. re: fledflew

        i've tried cathay house 2 times, ping pang pong...at least 10 times, chang's 3-4 times, orchid's...5-6 times....i'm not asian, my SO is chinese, i've probably eaten at 10 dim-sum places in so cal, 4-5 in san francisco ( none in china, 2 in thailand ) and it's one of the rare times my SO and i agree ...we prefer orchid garden - although we do find the quality is much better the earlier you get there ( then again, that might be true of most places ...except a few in so cal....ocean star is an example ) cathay...i found the dishes to be ho-hum, but i cannot give it a thumbs down since we have eaten there in the afternoon , not the morning...changs has dropped in quality each time we've been there...we like ping pang pong but more so late night.

        as to other chinese places....holy cow....i've lost track - just this last week - went to kj's kitchen ( it was good, not great, but good ! ) and ...a hunan place on flamingo ...whew...i'm still sweating from one of the dishes....chinatown is really stretching on spring mountain and there is no doubt i will get to all the places....and you can't forget the thai, vietnamese, malaysian, etc places in "chinatown" - had another sandwich at hue's this week...did they raise there prices...it's hard to eat a shredded pork banh mi for $4 when i can get a better one in monterey park / el monte for $1.75...is rent that much more in vegas ?!?!? don't get me wrong - hue's is good and they have some great hot pot's and it's a nice place...
        i still haven't found a korean place that's wowed me.....and man, i feel korean is the most expensive of the asian restaurants in the vegas valley ( but i've only been to about 4 places ) ....as many times as i've been in the shopping center that houses sam woo, i've yet to try it...based on the commentary, that goes to the bottom of the list

        1. re: kjs

          I've been to Orchids Garden twice, Cathay House and Changs once. Almost went to Ping Pang Pong on my last trip, but it didn't look impressive as I saw only one steam cart roaming around.

          I thought that Changs was the best of the group, but it has been about a year since I've been there. Orchids Garden and Cathay House were both pretty good in offering the standard dim sum menus. None were overly outstanding as some of the dim sum places in the San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles, but they are better than the average dim sum places that I've been to.

          Chang's Hong Kong Cuisine
          4670 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89103

          Orchids Garden
          5485 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89146

          1. re: Wonginator

            Just a quick note: I ate at Orchids Garden for lunch yesterday while visiting friends in Las Vegas. It was their choice...I didn't even suggest dim sum. These are future coworkers, and I was encouraged to learn they are potential hounds as well! I have to say I really enjoyed our meal. It was crowded at around 12:30pm but no real wait for a table. Everything seemed to be freshly prepared. I particularly liked their sticky rice; very tasty.

            The best news is that DH joined us, and because he had no say in where we were going didn't do his usual "I don't like dim sum" thing. And he really enjoyed it; saying he would like to go back sometime. A small victory indeed!

            Also, it seemed quite reasonable. A filling lunch for four was $41 before tip, including a "small" (enough to serve four!) bowl of warwonton soup and a couple of high end items (mussels etc).

        2. re: fledflew

          Had dim sum this past Sunday @ Cathay House and it was wonderful as always....
          steaming hot, flavorful....
          love the ribs with garlic and black bean and the brasied chicken feet....

        3. I think I've tried most of the authentic Chinese restaurants in Las Vegas except a couple, though somehow I've missed Cathay House. I believe Joyful House (4601 Spring Mountain) is the best of the bunch that I have tried. I thought the place that preceded Orchids, Chow's Cuisine, was quite a bit better the present restaurant and can't figure out why that location turned over so quickly.

          1. I've only eaten there once, but I was impressed with Dong Ting Spring, LV's first serious Hunan restaurant: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/411740

            I visited Joyful House last trip. As usual, it takes skill to navigate the menu but most of the fish and the dried string beans were excellent. The live fish are usually excellent and quite expensive.

            Dong Ting Spring
            3950 Schiff Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89103

            Joyful House Chinese Cuisine
            4601 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102

            1. There is a little bakery in the mall area............I don't remember the name..... They had Steamed filled buns and other neat items. I bought an assortment and the pork steamed buns and lotus buns were great. There was an interesting steamed item that was glutenous rice and filling steamed in banana or ti leaf that was also good. I am a fan of this Chinatown. Everytime I visit I go here. The big supermarket is a must as well. I bought fresh lichee and jack fruit. they had a great assortment of beautiful chinese vegetables and fresh noodles. They even had durian. The restaurant to the right of the supermarket has beautiful mahogany skinned whole ducks hanging in a case. It wasnt open or I would have purchased one of those.

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              1. re: clamb

                It's Diamond Bakery, and the buns are still great.

              2. I know Food Express isn't located in Chinatown or even on Spring Mountain Rd., but it is definitely the best Chinese (Cantonese style) restaurant in all of Vegas. Must order the salt and pepper crab. It is cooked w/ garlic and some jalapenos. Don't worry, it's not spicy unless you eat the yummy garlic and jalapeno bits. Their shrimp and candied walnuts dish is fantastic. I've tried the same dish at the swanky rest Jasmine in Bellagio, and was sorely disappointed. Order the live shrimp and have them prepare it stirfry style w/ soy, ginger and scallions. It comes w/ head and shell attached but it's FRESH and damn good! Also order the pea pot leaves (if they have it) cooked w/ or w/o garlic. Do the same for spinach if you like. Their crispy chicken is also very good. Don't be intimidated by their live fish. Always order live fish steamed, save the frying for frozen fish! They have take out (no delivery) and are open till 2am.

                Food Express
                2003 S. Decatur Blvd
                (located between Sahara and Charleston next to Fantastic Swap Meet)

                1. I'm out here working for a few weeks and one of the locals at the plant in Henderson mentioned to me a place that's supposed to be behind the Fashion Show mall. It's probably either on Industrial or Western. She says the Peking Duck there is really good, but couldn't remember the name. Maybe someone else if familiar with this one. She also spoke highly of Sam Woo.

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                  1. re: Jambalaya

                    They are probably referring you to Diamond China at Sonny's Saloon - 3349 Industrial Road. An institution that has been around for a long time (they had to move a couple of blocks when Treasure Island was built). An "Old Vegas" sleeper.

                  2. Luckily, my parents live in the area and screen out all the "meh/feh" Chinese places for us before we visit.

                    Food Express has been a regular, reliable standby for the last 10 years or more. Really good Cantonese in an unassuming strip mall. They make really good ham yi fan. Couldn't eat enough of this last time!

                    Dong Ting Spring ended up on our rotation--good Hunan food. Wonderfully spicy, flavorful and fresh. I can't remember what we had besides steamed fish with chili on top but it was all really good.

                    Champion Gourmet Products/Restaurant on 5115 Spring Mountain, Suite 208. Taiwanese style noodle shop. We hit it up every time we're in Vegas. Noodle soups, potstickers, tsung yao bang. They also have 5 treasure ice, a dessert concoction of kidney beans, mung beans, red beans, grass jelly and other stuff piled on top a mound of shaved ice with coconut milk (or sweetened condensed milk) poured on top. Good for the hot summers and after a bowl of spicy noodle soup. They also have da bien low, good for the cold weather.

                    Cathy House for dim sum. Another reliable place for over 10 years. It helps that my parents know the waiters really well b/c we get stuff straight out of the kitchen...We wait to eat dim sum in Vegas b/c it's better than what we can get at home.

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                    1. re: daantaat

                      Champion is also a great place for tourists, as they offer some great snacks to take back to the hotel, many of which need not be refrigerated. It is one place in Chinatown I've had language problems with -- I don't assume what I order is what I'll end up with -- but I enjoy its homey atmosphere, anyway. I love going to 5115 Spring Mountain. There is always a new place to try there.

                    2. Has anyone eaten at Cafe Noodle lately? We were there a year ago and it was wonderful.

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                      1. re: Discerning1

                        We tried Food Express in December and wanted to thank liv2eat2008 for the recommendation. Here is my write-up of our experience:

                        Neither the name, location in front of the Fantastic Swap Meet nor physical appearance would suggest fine dining, but truly enjoyed the experience. Unlike many Asian restaurants, service was both cheerful and attentive. We shared orders of sautéed shrimp coated with mayonnaise with honey walnuts, Singapore rice noodles and pea leaves with garlic. The latter was not on the menu and relatively expensive at $11, but delicious. $35.68, rated 4.5 Forks out of a potential of 5. I am anxiously looking forward to our return.

                        1. re: westie

                          good suggestions, might have to check it out next time in town

                        2. re: Discerning1

                          Yes, we were in LV in June and ate at Cafe Noodle twice. We were there late at night (after 10 pm) and got the 'special menu' which is $5.99 (I think) for a bunch of menu selections. Great Cantonese.

                        3. I'm going to Vegas for a week in mid March and I can't wait to visit the Chinatown area. I will be staying near the south end of the strip and won't be renting a car. What would be the best way to get to the Chinatown area from where I will be staying? My guess is probably by taxi? What would the fare be approximately (sorry I'm REALLY cheap)?

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                          1. re: lydiainflorida

                            Yes, a cab would probably be best. The key is to get west of the Strip as soon as possible. Traffic is much easier to contend with if you do. If you go to one of the big malls, you can walk to hundreds of places, from restaurants to shops to tea/coffee houses.

                            1. re: lydiainflorida

                              I always have a car while in Las Vegas but my daughter sometimes takes the cab when she's there and a rough guess would be about $10 one way since Chinatown is just a couple of miles west of the Strip. That assumes that the drive doesn't mistake you for a Japanese tourist.

                              1. re: lydiainflorida

                                Take the Strip monorail to Harrah's hotel and casino. Walk to the Venetian, and catch a cab to Chinatown. It's on the closest cross-street (Spring Mountain Rd, the same one Chinatown's on) and the cab-fare -should- be under $15 from there. Maybe even under $10, if your cabbie catches all the lights there. It's well worth the trip!

                                Have fun!

                              2. Where's the best Korean food in Vegas? I'd like to go there for dinner on Monday.

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                                1. re: SteveTimko

                                  It's a lot late NOW, and I haven't tried it yet, but I've heard very good things about the Korean restaurant at Spencer and Tropicana (in the strip mall full of Korean businesses across the street from the Liberace Museum).

                                2. So many of the restaurants along Spring Mountain are so (maddeningly) inconsistent that it is not easy to make a positive recommendation. Having prefaced in that manner, Satay Malaysian Grille, on the corner of Spring Mountain and Valley View, has now hit high notes on enough trips to merit mention. Not as extensive of a menu as Penang, a few blocks to the west, but the freshness of the ingredients and the execution by the kitchen has been outstanding. Also a better atmosphere than many of the other venues in the neighborhood - actually a place where it is comfortable to have a few drinks and linger, instead of just eating and moving on.

                                  1. Any new updates? What's best for traditional cantonese seafood (steamed fish, lobster, etc.) for dinner? My hairstylist mentioned a place across from SF supermarket, but I didn't catch the name. Any one know?

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                                    1. re: notmartha

                                      Probably Cathay House, 5300 Spring Mountain. Across the street and maybe ¾ of a block north of the S F Market complex. There's been quite a bit of good comment about Cathay House on this board, including this thread. Strangely the new restaurants in the area are largely new branches of LA area non-Cantonese restaurants. Besides Dong Ting Spring, there are newly opened outposts of Yunnan Garden and MaMa's Kitchen in the area.

                                      1. re: Chandavkl

                                        Thanks. How does that compare to Joyful House, which seems to be mentioned a lot also?

                                        1. re: notmartha

                                          I'd say Joyful House and Cathay House are at the top of the list for Las Vegas chinese food. I prefer Joyful House but I suspect others on the board would choose Cathay House.

                                    2. Many years ago I got a rave recommendation for a restaurant on SMR named "Diamond xxsomethingxx." Does it still exist and if so, any good?

                                      1. I've only tried Harbor Palace and Ping Pang Pong (not in Chinatown strictly speaking--in the Gold Coast Casino--, but close enough if it's not 110 degrees outside and you are crazy enough to walk everywhere like I do), and both only for dim sum. Of the two, I liked the dim sum at Ping Pang Pong much better. The jook at Ping Pang Pong was amazing--light and fresh tasting, with shredded pork and preserved egg in it. I have never had fresh-tasting preserved egg before, and even though I liked the "old" tasting stuff, I REALLY liked this fresh preserved egg. The custard buns were an experience--a good experience, with a rich, mildly sweet yellow egg custard filling that felt like butter only better.

                                        I've also shopped 99 Ranch Market and Diho market--I like Diho market better because it's cleaner and calmer, although I found more really unusual stuff at 99 Ranch. The buns at Diamond Bakery are nice--I think the sesame balls with red or green bean filling are to die for. I'm going out tomorrow morning to shop at Diho and on a food "adventure". Chances are, I'll end up eating lunch somewhere on Spring Mountain. I have a list of places I'd like to try, so I'll just go to whichever one is nearest when my stomach demands lunch.

                                        If anyone has any additional recommendations for good, REAL Chinese food (not that Western stuff), please tell me.

                                        As for those of you who want to get from the Strip to Chinatown/Spring Mountain, how about taking the local transit? It's what I use to get around. You can catch the 203 bus at Las Vegas Blvd and Sands (pretty much at the Fashion Show Mall), buy a 24-hour ticket for $2.50--bring exact change--if you don't want to ride up and down the Strip, or $5.00 if you want to include service up and down the strip on the double-decker "Deuce" buses. It's not that much less convenient than a taxi, based on the lame taxi service I've experienced so far in Las Vegas, and it's a whole lot less expensive. But hey--if you want to dump 10 to 15 dollars taking a taxi two miles away, go for it.

                                        1. Can we do a quick 2009 update? For dim sum, which is best: Changs, Orchids Garden or Cathay House?

                                          Thank you!

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                                          1. re: OCAnn

                                            I just ate at Orchids Garden last Sunday, and loved it! I've never gotten to actually -have- dim sum in Vegas before, and I thought what they served was fresh, and very tasty. The best thing to me was a pork and shrimp meatball, with mushrooms. Heavenly!
                                            I'm going back ASAP. Now i've got to try Cathay House.

                                            1. re: OCAnn

                                              Wanted to pass along the news that i'm in LOVE with the Hong Kong noodle house, downstairs from Ichizya. Open till 2am, and does the best Hong Kong style chow main i've had. The beef is especially good. I just tried the black pepper pork chop on rice, and was blown away with it's taste. Not too hot, but spicy enough to let you know that more pepper than usual is in it. A++, and i'm craving it bad as we speak!
                                              For late-night eats in Vegas, it can't be beat.

                                              1. re: Honeychan

                                                Finally made it to Dong Ting Spring tonite, and was not disappointed! I had the dry sauteed beef special and WOW..Very hot, but wonderfully flavorful! I'm no chilihead by the stretch of the word, but I even was feeling the endorphins kick in and the nose run from it all. Once I opened myself to the heat/pain, it was so delicious! They are open only till 11pm, 7nts a week. A definate must-return!

                                            2. I read through the more recent posts here, and did some other research, but like to hear from hounds that have been there. I am going to be in Vegas with 10 friends in November. I wanted to suggest dim sum for Sunday brunch. I am looking for a restaurant with carts, rather than just a menu you order from. I am from NY, so my dim sum standards are pretty high, but some I am sure have never had the experience. Where would you recommend? It would be a good idea if it were close to the Bellagio/Paris area, seeing as we won't have cars. Not dealing with 100 degree temps though that time of year, we can walk if not too far, or take the transit system.

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                                              1. re: robinsilver

                                                We've been to Cathay House twice. Their main dining room is nice; it looks new and clean--not greasy like most in the LA area do. Food is fresh off carts, with less frequently seen S&P squid and S&P smelt also available via carts (both were delicious). We enjoyed this restaurant so much the first time, we returned without having yet tried Changs or Orchid Garden....

                                                1. re: robinsilver

                                                  I don't think there's going to be anything within walking distance of the casinos unless it's in a casino.

                                                  1. re: robinsilver

                                                    On balance Las Vegas dim sum is better than Manhattan. However if you're on the strip you're probably stuck with dim sum at the Bellagio, which I refuse to try because it is exorbitantly expensive.

                                                    1. re: Chandavkl

                                                      I am not necessarily stuck with something on the strip. Chandavkl, I have never had great dim sum in Manhattan, but there are some great places in Queens, and we have 2 excellent ones on Long Island. Either rival what I have had in SF, which is supposedly the best according to some.
                                                      So, we are willing to walk, and it looks like that is a possiblity if we go to Ping Pang Pong. Any thoughts on that?

                                                      1. re: robinsilver

                                                        Ping Pang Pong may well be the best Chinese restaurant in Las Vegas. Go for it. (LA dim sum is slightly better than SF, though Koi Palace is best of all, Flushing is close behind SF. Of course Vancouver leaves all the US cities in the dust.)

                                                        1. re: robinsilver

                                                          Dim sum at Ping Pang Pong is very good (the restaurant is located inside the Gold Coast casino), but that is a fair walk from the Strip, probably more than a mile or two, at least from the Bellagio/Paris area. Probably wanna check Mapquest to get an accurate distance. You might be able to take a free shuttle service from Harrah's to the Rio, if they still offer that since Harrah's and the Rio are both owned by Harrah's. Gold Coast Casino is an easy walk across the street from the Rio.

                                                          1. re: Wonginator

                                                            Orchid Garden on Sahara is also wonderful! I think they have the most varied Dim Sum selection in town. Always busy, always fresh and many carts rotating the dining room! Enjoy!

                                                            1. re: ciaogal

                                                              You can catch a shuttle to the Gold Coast via Bill's Gamblin' Hall. During peak periods, guests receive preference, but when we last used it the driver did not check for room key cards.

                                                              1. re: ciaogal

                                                                I LOVED Orchid Garden! Very relaxing, and the food was delicious. The shrimp and pork meatballs were mind-blowingly wonderful. It's on the other side of town for me, otherwise i'd eat there every weekend!

                                                                1. re: Honeychan

                                                                  One of the women I am going with called the concierge at Bellagio, who told her that their restaurant Noodles had dim sum as well on weekends. Has anyone been? Is it a lot more expensive than Ping Pang Pong or Orchid Garden? I expect that they are similarly priced to what I am used to in NY, but not sure Noodles would be.

                                                                  1. re: robinsilver

                                                                    I'm guessing Noodles is 2x to 3x the normal Chinese food prices. Jook is something like $20, pan fried noodles over $20, the cheapest dim sum item was $4 or $5, and tea was like $7.

                                                                    1. re: robinsilver

                                                                      you may want to call caesar's to see if seafood harbour has dim sum - i believe it's related to the sea harbour on Rosemead in so cal ( not sure the city - el monte , monterey park ? ) - i haven't been to the so cal location since last summer - but it's one of my so cal faves.

                                                                      anyways, i keep planning to hit the Caesar's location to see if they have dim sum, just haven't done it yet .

                                                                      i believe you can still catch the shuttle to gold coast from bills gambling hall ( used to be barbary coast ) - so you might want to hit ping pang pong - i go there at least once / month , i actually think it's passed orchid's as my fav spot - but i like both .

                                                                      Happy Eating !

                                                                      1. re: kjs

                                                                        Thought the Vegas Sea Harbour was dinner only, but don't know that for a fact.

                                                                      2. re: robinsilver

                                                                        I have been to Noodles at the Bellagio for dim sum. It is a bit cramped and can only fit 2 carts. However, you can order off the menu. The stuff is pretty good; on par with the dim sum in Chinatown but with much more expensive decor and MUCH better service. The dim sum is a bit pricier than Chinatown but it won't break the bank.

                                                                        Surprisingly, the dim sum at Zine is really good and kicks up dim sum a notch in Las Vegas. I mean their selection is meager and it is pricey but you can tell they put some thought into it.

                                                            2. re: robinsilver

                                                              Any dim sum at a strip hotel is going to cost you at least 3x the amount. Being frugal (yeah ok, cheap), I won't pay the price.
                                                              If you want the closest, easiest place to go for dim sum from Bellagio, you can go to Chinatown mall on Spring Mountain Rd. A cab would probably run you $15 or so, not really sure, I can't remember ... last time I cabbed it was mucho years ago. We have either had a rental car or took the bus. Walk over to the Mall on LV Blvd and Spring Mountain Rd and wait at the bus stop. During the day, I think the bus comes every 1/2 hour near the top of the hour and at the 30 minute mark. Harbor Palace is the name of the place (I believe). You can also keep on riding down the road and get to Cathy house, mentioned here too.
                                                              I agree with the Orchid Garden, but you need a car for that one.
                                                              There is another place with carts on Decautar, just north of Flamingo. Sorry forgot the name of that place (I am bad with remembering names, just remember the food).
                                                              You need a car for that one too.
                                                              Just thinking of it though, if you have 10 friends, you could probably rent a big van or get a limo for less than 10 bucks each and not waste your time. just a thought.
                                                              Hope this helps.

                                                            3. So what are the can't miss places in Chinatown?
                                                              I'm really hankering for some good Korean food. Would that be in Chinatown or some place else?

                                                              1. Here are more restaurants to be added to the OP that I've reviewed. I like Vegas Chinatown. So many restaurants & a lot cheaper than food on the Strip not counting fast food.

                                                                Pho Kim Long:

                                                                LV Superstore:

                                                                Pho So 1:

                                                                Kung Fu Thai Chinese Restaurant:

                                                                Monta Noodle House:

                                                                Pho So 1
                                                                4745 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102