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Suggesstion for breakfast, lunch and dinners off the strip. Will be there for 4 days at the end of January. Possibly Dim Sum, Thai, Vietnamese, fine dining and creative breakfasts. Open to just about anything...major foodie!!

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  1. A few suggestions:
    Dim sum = Ping Pang Pong, Chang's
    Vietnamese = Bosa 1, Pho Kim Long
    Thai = Lotus of Siam
    Breakfast = Maple Tree, Waffles Cafe
    Indian = Origin India
    Fine dining = Todd's Unique, Rosemary's

      1. Hash House a Go Go for brunch/breakfast. Sinful.

        Also Rachel's Kitchen in Summerlin, off 215.

        Vintner's Grill, Rosemary's, Marche Bacchus for dinners.

        Postrio in Venetian (?) for lunch. Worth being on strip.

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        Vintner Grill
        10100 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89135

        Marche Bacchus
        2620 Regatta Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89128

        Postrio Restaurant
        3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

        Hash House A Go Go
        6800 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89146

        Rachels Kitchen
        3645 S Town Center Dr Ste 102, Las Vegas, NV 89135

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        1. I second the Raku recommendation. Call now & get a reservation. I also like Todd's Unique for outstanding steaks/seafood (try skirt steak or short rib). Lotus of Siam is the must try Thai place in town. Hit Settebello for the best Italian pizza in Vegas (good lunch spot). Love the wild boar bolognese & seafood bouillabaisse at Vintner Grill (also open for lunch). Marche Bacchus is a nice bistro with great wine shop. Rosemary's is always worth the trip.

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          1. re: vegasjlt

            I third the Raku recommendation. It is just about my favorite spot to eat. Don't miss their home made tofu. Also if pork belly is on the menu, do give it a try as it is about the most luscious thing that I have EVER put into my mouth. Velvety doesn't even begin to describe it.

          2. Yes, Raku! They open 6pm and close at like 2am. Reserve by e-mail.
            The girls there are very nice /courteous and walk customers outside for their cab ride.
            For cart style Dim sum - Orchids Garden on Sahara serves all day dim sum. They are also very reasonably priced.
            How about Malaysian food, try Penang. It is across the street from Raku and on the second floor. I always get their Roti that comes with chicken curry as appetizer.

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            1. re: selfportrait93

              Just wanted to add Firefly for Spanish Tapas.

              1. re: selfportrait93

                Firefly is pretty good. I also recommend RE Tapas. Very original.