Chinatown is the most exciting place to eat in Las Vegas

Las Vegas' Chinatown houses nearly 200 restaurants serving the cuisines of China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • June 9, 2022
LAS VEGAS —  Platters and steamer baskets are arriving fast at Rainbow Kitchen, a Cantonese restaurant that anchors the western end of a single-level, sand-colored strip mall south of Las Vegas’ remarkable Chinatown. They cover the table with the...
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