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Cuisine: Asian, Chinese, Vietnamese
District One is a Las Vegas Chinatown favorite. Its food isn't strictly Chinese, instead taking inspiration from a handful of Asian regions: Vietnam, Thailand, China and Japan. The small menu features... Read More
District One is a Las Vegas Chinatown favorite. Its food isn't strictly Chinese, instead taking inspiration from a handful of Asian regions: Vietnam, Thailand, China and Japan. The small menu features a variety of plates, like edamame, spring rolls, chicken wings, grilled whole squid, fried calamari, fresh oysters, deep fried soft shell crab and a host of other dishes. If you like pho, you'll find a whole section of the menu for this Vietnamese soup--the restaurant is well-known for it. Specials include a whole Maine Lobster in pho broth with rice noodles, black pepper lobster and grilled king crab legs with spicy aioli. For entrees, try the Chicken in a Clay Pot with Chinese sausage, or the Five Spice Cornish Hen. You'll find plenty of inventive and delicious options on the menu.
- Best Restaurants: "The most talked-about dish on District One's menu is the Whole Main Lobster Pho, 1.5 pounds of lobster in lobster pho sauce with rice noodles. It looks almost as impressive as it tastes."
- Chinese: "District One's menu is already reasonably priced, but for even better deals visit during happy hour, Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: District One's casual, welcoming ambiance invites guests to relax and enjoy a host of remarkable Asian dishes.
- Best for Chinese Because: The Asian fusion food at District One artfully brings several regional cuisines together, including Chinese and Vietnamese.