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Good (not expensive) Chinese Food ?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by sm2420, Sep 14, 2012.

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  1. sm2420

    sm2420 Tourist

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    Anyone know of a good Chinese restaurant, not expensive, in the vegas area ?
    Buffets welcomed. Thx.
     
  2. 007DAWG

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    Ping Pang Pong at the Gold Coast is most often mentioned as the best moderately priced Chinese food in the Vegas area.
     
  3. robert m.

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    Ping Pang Pong at Gold Coast is excellent, and reasonably priced. Best dim sum in Las Vegas. Not a buffet. Very late hours....check Gold Coast website for specifics.

    Some people swear by P.F. Chang's at Planet Hollywood.

    I know that this is not Chinese, but I really enjoyed Le Thai on East Fremont (downtown).

    Oddly enough, the coffee shop at Bill's (next to Flamingo) has very good Chinese.
     
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    I agree, we always make it a point to go to Ping Pang Pong. They do close for a short time during afternoon. I believe it is from 3pm to 5pm, then reopen. Great food, reasonably priced.
     
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    This is true. They revamped the menu and there are fewer offerings, but still it is quite good.
     
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    For the Strip,

    Chin Chin in NYNY. Very reasonable price and good food.
     
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    X2..........been there 2 times and food was very good....only advice...DON'T order too much food.......they are very generous with the portions...
     
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    Yes! Noodle Exchange! Forgot that one. Had fun eating at the counter and watching them prepare food. Modest prices.
     
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    Food Express at Palace Station.

    Fantastic!
     
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    I don't know your definition of expensive. But I enjoyed Dragon Noodle at the Monte Carlo. I think it was about $60 for dinner for two. Stupid name, good food.
     
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    I will second this recommendation....:thumbsup:
     
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    I really enjoy Dragon Noodle @ Monte Carlo. During the week, you can get a lunch special for $9.95 that is an awesome deal! I have tried a few different dishes on the lunch menu and they are all worth ordering again. Everything tastes very fresh and authentic.
     
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    Go to the Gold Coast and have the dim sum at Ping Pang Pong
     
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