More than 20 years ago, Las Vegas’ Chinatown began as a single shopping plaza of Spring Mountain Road.
Now, it spans three miles and boasts hundreds of restaurants -- naturally, many of them Chinese.
But the quantity of local Chinese restaurants isn’t nearly as interesting as their quality. Many of them go far beyond the Kung Pow chicken of old -- though many places still offer that, too.
And you can find plenty of options beyond Chinatown -- especially in Downtown and the southwest.
Bill Wong, consultant and member of Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce; Jenny Wong, managing partner, Fat Choy, Flock and Fowl, Every Grain; Sheridan Su, chef and owner, Fat Choy and Flock and Fowl and Every Grain; John Curtas, food writer, Eatinglv.com
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