The Lanai Express is a restaurant inside Fremont Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Since I had a craving for Chinese food, I stopped by on my way home from work. Unfortunately, there wasn't much of a selection because according to the employee, they were serving breakfast. I ordered sweet and sour pork, Mongolian beef and fried rice, which was sort of dry. The food wasn't too bad but it could have been better. At least the employees were friendly.
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Amazing for the price very much recommended
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Decent mix of Asian, American, and Hawaiian.
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Food is good. And good prices
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We went for a quick bite and ended up spending over 40 minutes trying to make the best of the dispair. From ghetto customers to jaded and flippant workers, I definitely wouldn't recommend this place. Food was horrible and we went from a happy bunch to a depressed group, all from how terrible the line, food quality, and general atmosphere was.
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Had to go for the $0.99 shrimp cocktail. While quality was reflected in the price, the thrill of finding a $0.99 shrimp cocktail in old Vegas made it all worthwhile!
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The food is not to quality for the 20 minute wait in line. The service is slow for check out and the food looked like it was sitting in the steam line all day.
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Might be the worst Chinese food I've had.. it's nice that they're open late but wowsers was this bad... they called it chow Mein but im calling bs on that one. Orange chicken was mushy and the egg rolls are some type of terrible would not go back
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Was looking for a place to eat some Asian fried rice and was not disappointed in the slightest. Great taste and lovely organic teas.
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I've eaten here about 4 times now. I don't know why I return other than they are open all night. Every time I visit though I order the Chinese combo. The price and food are both fair, but not quite horrible. This trip I ordered the beef and black bean, orange chicken, chow mien and a can of Hawaiian sun which I hadn't had in a decade or more. I hoped the beef and black bean would have some flavor, as I tried the beef and broccoli the previous visit a year ago and remembered it being flavorless. This visit was much like the past. The orange chicken was kinda mushy, the chow mien had almost no flavor to it, the beef and black bean was mainly bell pepper with meat smothered in a sauce much like the beef and broccoli sauce (minus broccoli, add bell pepper). Nothing on my plate had really good flavor. All I can say is this place loads you up with food. For the $6.99 combo you get a few pounds of food and its enough to feed 2 people. I never finish it all due to amount and flavor. I think I need to try something totally different on my next visit. Maybe one of the burgers or the Loco Moco, I also noticed a french dip on the menu this time. Perhaps something else there will hit the spot.
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