My favorite spot for Chinese food in Vegas is Ming’s Table at Harrah’s Casino. I know it seems an unlikely place, but I’m the type of person that, if I find a good restaurant that serves the food I like, I’m sticking to it until another place can top it. So far, Ming’s Table is undefeated. They have a mostly Chinese menu, but also offer some Japanese dishes and sushi. However, I always go there for three things. The Salt & Pepper Pork, Hong Kong Style Pan Fried Noodles, and the Passion Fruit Iced Tea. The Salt & Pepper Pork is wok fried with serrano peppers, and a salt and pepper mix. The flavors go great together, the peppers aren’t overpowering, and the pork is always cooked perfectly. The Hong Kong Style Pan Fried Noodles is standard pan fried noodles with the Hong Kong style sauce, shrimp, bok choy, mushrooms, and carrots. The sauce for the noodles is what makes this so great. It’s not too thick or salty, and not too light either. Everything goes well in this dish. Lastly, the Passion Fruit Iced Tea. What sets this apart is the attention to detail. It’s just standard, flavored, brewed iced tea. However, they add fresh fruit to your glass, including strawberries, kiwis, or cantaloupe, whatever’s in season. The only downside is that the servings are a little small for the price, but the quality is definitely worth it. I’ve tried other things on their menu, and everything is great, but these two things are my favorite Chinese dishes, and they do it excellently, and until I find a place that does it better, Ming’s Table reigns supreme.
Harrah’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
Sun – Tues 11:30AM - 11PM
Fri – Sat 11:30AM - 12AM
*The pictures do not do the food justice. I couldn’t control myself, and had already started to ravage the plates before taking the pictures. Apologies.