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Yong Kang Street dumpling & noodle house in Paris

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by shokhead, Jul 2, 2014.

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  1. shokhead

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    Suppose to open late July. Anyone see where it's going in Paris? Next to the Sugar Factory?
     
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    Looking forward to trying this one in December!
     
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    I'll be there late Sept and I would love to try it!! Can't wait!
     
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    I was under the impression it was going in the walkway from Bally's, not far from the buffet, but I could be wrong, They had a lot of construction going on in that area when we were there in May.
     
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    They were working on
    Martorano's but that's before the piano bar coming from Paris.

    I thought I had heard last year that a new place was going in next to Sugar Factory with tables outside overlooking the sidewalk.

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    VegasChatter had it in the walkway but wasn't specific as to where. It didn't sound that big. Maybe they pulled out some retail spot?
     
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    When Eater Vegas revealed a dumpling and noodle restaurant named after Taiwan's famed Yongkang Street was headed to Paris Las Vegas, the big question was where would it go? Set to slot into the Le Café Ile St. Louis, Yong Kang Street has revealed itself to occupy the area between the cafe and Le Village Buffet.

    The intriguing plywood features an image of the famed Yong Kang Beef Noodle Soup shop, a Taipei staple since 1963, known for its Sichuan-style hot and spicy soup.
    An estimated $525,000 has been penciled for construction on the 2,770-square-foot Yong Kang space. HIG Management, a force behind F.A.M.E. at The Linq, is creating this unusual revenuer for the French-themed resort.


    It must be small.
     
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    sounds good will have to see if it is real Taiwanesse food . Saves me from Flying to taiwan.
     
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    Anybody try it yet? When I was there it was very close to open.
     
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    I was there at the beginning of October. They have a dim sum cart rolling around and a variety of noodles and bbq.
    I had a couple of different items from the cart and bbq pork noodle soup. The food was good. It was probably more expensive than Chinese restaurants at home..........but it's on the strip, so no surprise. I'd go back.
     
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    Was there the first few days it was open. Had a bowl of beef noodles soup. It was okay. If you happen to be in that area and crave Chinese food, try it. The noodle shop at Bellagio and Beijing #9 (?) at Caesars Palace would be slightly better alternatives. The beef noodles soup at Noodles Asia at the Venetian is tastier and comparably priced.

    At that time, TR Quick Reward was not set up so we couldn't use points or earn points.
     
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