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The Black Sheep brings American-Vietnamese food to Las Vegas in a modern, comfortable setting on the south side of the valley. Chef Jamie Tran is a veteran of the Las Vegas Strip restaurant scene, and... Read More
The Black Sheep brings American-Vietnamese food to Las Vegas in a modern, comfortable setting on the south side of the valley. Chef Jamie Tran is a veteran of the Las Vegas Strip restaurant scene, and she brings her considerable talents to the table at The Black Sheep. The food is crafted carefully to be both delicious and a new version of Vietnamese comfort food. The popular Vietnamese Imperial Rolls are made with Duroc pork, shrimp, pickled heirloom carrots, ninja daikon and yellow frisee salad. The Braised Duroc Pork Belly also earns high marks from diners, with glass noodles, roasted heirloom carrots, pork jus, carrot coulis and crispy wood ear mushrooms. A full wine list with both domestic and imported selections gives guests plenty of options to pair with their meal.
- Off-the-Strip Finds: "Due to The Black Sheep's popularity and relatively small size, be sure to make reservations. The diminutive space can get crowded and loud, so come prepared for a lively atmosphere."
- New and Popular Restaurants: "Like many high-quality restaurants, the menu at The Black Sheep gets updated periodically with new or seasonal dishes. Diners will want to keep an eye out for new menu items."
- Best for Off-the-Strip Finds Because: The Black Sheep's upscale American-Vietnamese food brings innovative new flavors to Las Vegas.
- Best for New and Popular Restaurants Because: The Vietnamese-American comfort food at The Black Sheep gives diners a multitude of tempting and innovative choices, from Salmon Skin Tacos to Bao Sliders.