Located adjacent to the main gaming floor, the eatery features simple dim sum, soups, rice, noodles, congee, Boba tea, and other dishes meant to be consumed on the go. It also features a diverse offering of teas and coffees, providing a fix for Lucky Dragon customers at any hour.

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Bao Now

Taiwan beef noodle soup was good shrimp was good to
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Bao Now

Pretty good, open 24 hours. The service was great!!!
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Bao Now

This place is for those that wake up late or arrive too early to dine elsewhere. You're limited to just Bao Now as other places are not open yet. Prices are three times of what places in Vegas Chinatown corridor would cost. Service is quick, but the wait time for food is eternity. Bao itself are alight being fluffy, but the filling is just s smidge. If it wasn't for my buddy staying here, I would've miss out on the casino and Bao Now. If you want bao for less just drive to Spring Mountain were selections itself will have you going in circles.
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Bao Now

Wonton Noodle Soup was ok. The wonton and soup were good but the noodles were half cooked. Some parts of the noodles were soggy and other half still clumped together and uncooked. Not worth the price.
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Bao Now

Not as advertised
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