Head to Kame Omakase for a special occasion fueled by sushi and nigiri. And don't be surprised if you're served something with 24K gold—you're in Las Vegas, after all.
Emmy KastenDecember 14, 2022
If you're in need of a hot bowl of ramen, head to this counter service spot in Chinatown.
Aburiya Raku is hands-down one of the best Japanese restaurants in the country.
If it's your first time at this classic Spanish tapas place in Chinatown, we'd recommend the $75 chef's tasting menu and a cocktail.
Partage in Chinatown serves a French tasting menu in five-, seven- and nine-course seasonal options, and works great for special occasions.
Bring a group to Q Bistro in Chinatown for reasonably priced fried chicken, and make sure to follow it up with karaoke next door.
Edward ThompsonSeptember 10, 2019
The reverse Happy Hour at Izakaya Go in Chinatown is an amazing deal, but their menu of Japanese small plates is already super reasonably priced.
An old-school spot right off the Strip, Osaka Bistro serves Japanese small plates and sushi, and has a great late-night menu.
Milena DiFioreSeptember 10, 2019
Kabuto is a small, high-end sushi restaurant in Chinatown with three omakase options that’s perfect for a one-on-one dinner.
Sweets Raku isn’t your usual dessert spot, come for the Chef’s Special dessert set with some of the most intricate desserts you’ll find in the city.
Mordeo in Chinatown is one of our favorite wine bars in Vegas, and we like the food so much we’d come here for a full meal.
District One is a Vietnamese restaurant in Chinatown with inventive dishes and creative presentations.
Lamaii is one of our favorite places to eat spicy Thai food, especially since the Chinatown spot looks like a chandelier store.