From Chinese and Japanese to Thai and Pan-Asian cuisine, there are so many variations of Asian restaurants to explore in this city. Whether you’re in the mood for Peking duck and dim-sum or sushi rolls and teppanyaki, we’ve got you covered with the best Asian restaurants on the Strip. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.
Explore Chinese Cuisine on the Strip
Mr Chow at Caesars Palace
Michael Chow delivers the finest in Beijing cuisine at Mr Chow. Must-have dishes include Beijing chicken, fresh whole fish and lobster, sweet and sour pork, steamed soup dumplings, green prawns and Mr Chow noodles, which are handmade. Two- and three-course semi prix fix menus are available. The stunning décor and ambiance make dining there even more worthwhile.
Mott 32 at The Palazzo
Mott 32 offers some of the best Chinese food in Las Vegas. Highlights include steamed, baked and fried dim sum, crispy triple-cooked Wagyu beef short ribs, Alaskan crab fried rice, wok-fried flat rice noodles, water chestnut dumplings, braised tofu and apple-wood smoked Peking duck, which takes 48 hours to prepare. There’s even a special menu for Chinese New Year each year. The interior design is stunning too as it draws from inspiration from industrial New York combined with Chinese elements and a touch of Las Vegas.
Hakkasan at MGM Grand
Hakkasan, which touches on Cantonese cuisine, is truly one of a kind. The upscale restaurant offers unique Chinese dishes like Hong Kong fried rice, black pepper beef filet, Peking duck with an option to add caviar, Hakka noodles, Jasmine smoked prime short rib and an A5 Wagyu scallion pancake. Several tasting menus are offered which allow you to try a little bit of everything.
Top off the meal with chocolate and hazelnut dumplings, which highlight the dessert menu. Hakkasan offers the ultimate place to dine and party with a lounge and nightclub on the third and fourth floors.
Wing Lei at Wynn Las Vegas
Wing Lei is the first Chinese restaurant in North America to earn a Michelin star, so you know it’s top-notch and high-end. Here you’ll find that the menu incorporates Cantonese, Shanghai and Szechuan flavors, in addition to standout entrées like tableside-carved Imperial Peking duck and wok-fried Maine lobster. There’s even a tasting menu offering some of Wing Lei’s signature dishes.
Top-Rated Japanese Dining Experiences
Nobu at Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace is home to the award-winning Japanese restaurant Nobu by chef Nobu Matsuhisa. Cold dishes include salmon or yellowtail tartare, lobster shiitake salad, oysters and Nobu ceviche, while hot dishes include squid pasta, black cod with miso, smoked sea bass and king crab tempura. This location is the only one in the U.S. to offer a teppanyaki menu, which is the ultimate dinner and show experience. The restaurant also features a lounge area with a special menu.
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge at Bellagio
Michelin Star award-winning Chef Akira Back brings his unique culinary talents and style to Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge. Start with cool plates like tuna takai and lobster carpaccio or go for warm plates such as the rock shrimp and crispy tofu. Main dishes are a highlight here. You can’t go wrong with the surf-n-turf, a 14-ounce ribeye with lobster tails.
Interested in the Omakase menu? You’ll be surprised by the seven-course meal which offers up Chef Akira Back’s finest dishes. A striking feature is the 25-by-13-foot bronze wall-mounted installation of a yellowtail fish’s dorsal side.
Mizumi at Wynn Las Vegas
Mizumi offers a selection of sushi rolls, sashimi, tempura, robatayaki, noodles, soups and the finest Japanese cuts. There is also a teppanyaki room, which offers a different dining experience with its own menu. The award-winning restaurant features picturesque views of a private Japanese garden, surrounding an idyllic koi pond and a scenic 90-foot waterfall. Take your dining experience to the next level by reserving the floating pagoda table.
Morimoto at MGM Grand
Masaharu Morimoto, known for Iron Chef and Iron Chef America, serves up modern Japanese cuisine at his namesake restaurant Morimoto. Menu highlights include colorful maki squares, which are almost too beautiful to eat. There’s also a perfect-for-sharing 54-ounce tomahawk ribeye and kakuni pork on rice prepared tableside, which are both stellar options.
A Culinary Tour of Thailand on the Strip
Lemongrass at ARIA
Escape to Thailand when you dine at Lemongrass, the first Thai restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip. A Thai dining experience isn’t complete without curry—choose from yellow curry, red curry, curry crab or Panang curry. As far as rice selections, there’s everything from soft-shell crab fried rice to duck fried rice, giving you so much variety. Main course dishes include basil meat, black pepper shrimp, eggplant clay pot, stir-fried garlic vegetables, beef broccoli and Chilean sea bass.
Asian Restaurants That Offer a Little Bit of Everything
TAO Asian Bistro at The Venetian
There’s so much to love about TAO Asian Bistro, one of the best Asian restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip. For starters, the Pan-Asian restaurant offers everything from Japanese to Chinese to Thai fare. With so much variety, why would you want to go anywhere else? Secondly, the Japanese Koi-filled infinity pool and 20-foot Buddha statue make dinner more entertaining. Lastly, if you’re dining on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday, you can extend your night and head to the lively nightclub, which conveniently sits above the restaurant.
Momofuku at The Cosmopolitan
David Chang brings the best of Korea, Japan and beyond with Momofuku. Open for lunch and dinner, this innovative Asian restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip features steamed buns, noodles, meat and seafood. Large-format dishes, such as the candied walnut lobster and shrimp and five-spice roasted duck, are a little pricey but well worth it since they feed the whole table.
Wazuzu at Wynn Las Vegas
Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisine highlight the menu at Wazuzu. Specialty menu items at this Pan-Asian restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip include the Cantonese sea bass, Thai spicy basil stir-fry, salt and pepper prawns, wok-tossed Mongolian beef, Panang curry and crispy orange beef. Rice and noodle options range from Imperial Wagyu fried rice to drunken noodles, featured on Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate. The star of the show within the restaurant is the shiny 27-foot dragon made of 90,000 individual Swarovski crystals.
Fuhu at Resorts World
Fuhu has an expansive menu of Asian-inspired dishes that anyone will love. Land dishes include vegan basil beef, Fuhu sticky lamb chop and Szechuan-crusted filet mignon, while dishes from the sea include king crab tempura, pan-seared scallops and Fuhu Boston lobster noodle. You’ll also find raw bar items, nigiri, sashimi, sushi rolls, market fish and sides like duck-fried rice and chicken lo mein. Fuhu also offers an innovative beverage program, with specialty cocktails and sake. The indoor-outdoor dining room and patio are a bonus of dining there.
More Asian Restaurants on the Strip to Explore
Our list covers some of the best Asian restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip, including some recommended Chinese dining spots. For more options to explore, venture off to other top-rated Chinese restaurants on the Strip and beyond.