Taiwanese Restaurants in the Las Vegas Area
Yunnan Tasty Garden is a fantastic place for dining out with friends and family. There is a lot to choose from. The dishes have a good hint of spice. Environment is fantastic with lots of traditional Chinese decorations!
Operated by an elderly Taiwanese couple, Liang's Kitchen should easily be your destination to eat if you're looking for authentic Taiwanese food. Menu includes scallion noodles, salted bean curd, braised beef noodles, red rice stew and much more.
Brew Tea Bar has two locations in Las Vegas serving authentic Taiwanese tea and Boba tea. Partners Sou Ngo, Louis Chou and Dennis Quan and keep experimenting with the menu to surprise the guests, many of whom are now daily visitors.
One of the most popular Ramen Noodle Shops in Sapporo, Japan, Ramen Sora's Las Vegas location not only serves a large variety of Ramen but several other sumptuous dishes influenced from Chinese, Taiwanese and Singaporean cuisines as well.
Volcano Tea is well known for their quick service and a wide selections of milk teas to choose from. They also serve Taiwanese street snacks like popcorn chicken and different style of shaved ices.
Mr. Tea serves classic Taiwanese bubble teas from regular teas, fruit tears, milk teas, cream teas, yogurts to smoothies. They serve their drinks in cute light bulbs bottles and half cups where you can get two in different drinks in the same cup.
Tea Space Sunset Park is a Tea and Smoothie Bar in Las Vegas that serves Boba milk teas, authentic Taiwanese tea, Vietnamese iced coffee and fresh smoothies in a setting accentuated by Japanese anime and popular art.
Chengdu Taste is hidden in the center of a massive plaza in Chinatown, this is one of the best places to enjoy Sichuan cuisine known for heavy use of chiles and sichuan peppercorns. The service is good and fast.
Mian Sichuan Noodles serves authentic Sichuan cuisine. Service is genuinely nice and the place is clean and simple with a modern touch. The food is tasty and affordable. The noodle dishes are all very authentic and tasty.
The Magic Noodle is really a solid noodle place. The restaurant is clean and modern with a traditional touch. The food and service is amazing, and the prices are very reasonable. They make the noodles fresh and you can watch.
The Red Pot is a Las Vegas restaurant in the "all you can eat" mould that serves hot pot seafood dishes with influences from Mongolia, China and Taiwan. An induction burner is the heat source on your table to keep the dishes piping hot.