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Looking for thoughts on China Poblano

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by NewtoVegas2014, Jun 28, 2014.

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  1. NewtoVegas2014

    NewtoVegas2014 Tourist

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    I'm intrigued by it. Thanks!
     
  2. Birdie7

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    It's different and a little pricy but I enjoyed their drinks and Lobster tacos. I would go again. The senoritas working there were nice looking.
     
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    Went a couple of times while staying in the hotel. Was a good quick bite. Both times were during lunch and we were 1 of only 2 occupies tables. It is a bit pricey but not out rageous.
     
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    spicole Low-Roller

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    I really liked my tacos and ritas while there. Service was good and fast. I think it is very expensive, though (although not out of line of other restaurants at Cosmo or vicinity).
     
  5. NewtoVegas2014

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    I got the impression that dinner reservations wouldn't be absolutely necessary. Is this accurate?
     
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    MoneyToBurn Low-Roller

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    Can't speak to that, I ate lunch there, but the tacos with the tendon and the hot and sour soup were good. Didn't care much for the weird salt foam margs, though.
     
  7. KKB

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    We tried it last year & really liked it; preferred our Mexican fare over the Asian. Best. guac. ever.
     
  8. undathesea

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    I go every time I'm in Vegas. Usually for lunch.

    I love the Setas tacos (mushroom and guac) and the 20 kinds fried rice is always a staple as well. Everything we've had there is great.

    The salt air margarita is probably the best margarita you can buy... but it's also very pricey. Definitely the best margarita I've had in a long while.

    I don't think you need reservations. I don't think in the dozen or so times that I've eaten there we've ever had to wait more than a few minutes for a table. We just walk right in.
     
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    thecarve Misanthrope

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    +1 Best Margarita I've had.


    I've only been for lunch and I've enjoyed it quite a bit.

    If I had to guess, I'd say reservations are probably only necessary during popular dinner times on weekends. Don't quote me on that though. If you absolutely must eat there, make reservations.
     
  10. NewtoVegas2014

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    The website makes it appear a bit more casual to me...I'm thinking a Sunday evening...
     
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