Pan Asian Restaurants in the Las Vegas Area
Located in the Greenland Food Court at Mountain View Road, this second Las Vegas location of Island Style opened in 2017 and has since garnered praise for not only the quality of its Asian & Hawaiian cuisine but also for friendly, attentive service.
District One has a menu that combines spices of Southeast Asia and the flavors of North America. It is elegant, adventurous, delicious and beautiful. The ambience is trendy. Free wifi is available.
This little hole in the wall with wooden furniture and island-themed wallpaper serves some of the most authentic Korean, Asian and Hawaiian dishes in in Las Vegas. Island Style is also popular because it is known to actually make its own kim chee.
Zenshin means "advancement, progression or moving forward" in Japanese. This Asian Restaurant is located inside the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas and strives to serve traditional Asian dishes with inventive twists, as the name suggests.
Spice Market Buffet is located in Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino. It features Mexican, Italian, Asian, Middle Eastern and American fare. All you can drink bloody Mary, champagne and mimosas are available at brunch.
This restaurant serves both Chinese and Mexican food which makes it a great solution when people can't decide where to eat in a group. A few of the rare dishes they have there are lamb postickers and siu mai with scallops or quail eggs.
Known for its classic Cantonese food, sushi and Pan-Asian cuisine, Chin Chin Café & Sushi Bar has been operating in the USA since 1983 with 4 locations in Los Angeles apart from this one located in the New York- New York Hotel in Las Vegas.
Located inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Momofuku is an ultra-modern, spacious restaurant that showcases celebrity chef David Chang's inventive take on Korean, Japanese and pan-Asian fare that includes noodles, rice and other classics.
SEA: The Thai Experience is a highly liked restaurant for Vegans and Vegetarians and is a great place for kids or group gatherings.They also have a full bar and gender neutral restrooms.
Founded in 1993 by Philip Chiang and Paul Fleming, P.F. Chang is a Pan-Asian restaurant that diligently follows the traditional principles of wok cooking. Try the Beef á la Sichuan with steak strips, pepper sauce, green onion and julienned veggies.
This restaurant is well known for their outdoor patio and drinks. They mainly serve food on the first floor with tables and bar, but they also have a separate bar on the second floor. It's a great place to stop by after shopping at Boca Park.