Posts Tagged with #Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino

Its allure same tower actually
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Bao Now

Not as advertised
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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

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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Pearl Ocean

Aunties all the way back in YEG had one recommendation and of all cuisines they recommended a Chinese Restaurant. Count on the older Asian generations to fish out home food wherever they travel. Not like I wasn’t missing my white rice anyway, no complaints if bbq duck is on the menu either. Thursday night in Vegas for dinner on the strip is bumpin, Thursday night at Lucky Dragon isn’t as rowdy. Hotel was out of the way and empty. It is a newer hotel but it’s a sketchier part off the strip. Casino downstairs had more employees than guests, and inside the restaurant had 5 other tables aside from us. Just a lot of employees standing around watching everyone. Service was okay, he was friendly, but not really knowledgeable about the menu. We asked for recommendations and what were some popular items on the menu. Aside from being flustered with the question, he directed us back to the menu with “well they are all pretty popular..” Oh, yeah? How helpful that was. Crab Meat Fish Maw Chowder - ($22) - This was yummy! But no matter where I go I always douse my bowl of soup with a ton of white pepper so my review on this is not going to be pretty helpful to those who take it pure. Half Roasted Duck - ($25) - Skin on the roasted duck was surprisingly really good, crispy layer that gave a good crunch and the fattier pieces on the dark meat had an immense amount of Steak Cubes in Wine Wasabi Aioli - ($28) - This cubed beef dish has similar flavoring as the viet shaking beef dish. Nice savory salty flavoring and presentation was unique with the nest. The wasabi aioli was unnecessary, I didn’t like the mint like aftertaste that masked the beef flavor. Pea Shoots with Bean Curd Skin in Fish Broth - ($25) - soooooo expensive for the sad amount of veggies in this dish. The hotel overall looks nice, the dining room space is huge and there are a ton of tables. Food was also good, prices aren’t worth it though. Wouldn’t detour to give this place a try if you’re on the strip. I’m sure there's better Chinese restaurants with a better bang for your buck. Will not be recommending this place.
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Pearl Ocean

One of the best Chinese food on the west coast. Love their chur siu and egg white fried rice!
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Pearl Ocean

Very good place. They have a happy hour so try if you're iffy try it to sample some good food. The drinks were made strong. The pork belly as an appetizer was bigger than I would have expected. Very meaty. The Kung Pao shrimp and scallops was awesome as an entree. they didn't turn down the heat which I liked.
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Pearl Ocean

We stopped in on a Wednesday evening to try them out for dinner. I had made a 7pm reservation, but it turned out to be unnecessary. There were only a few other customers dining there. The decor is very nice and the service is friendly. I imagine it might have been because it was quite slow. But still, very good service. The food was surprising in a few ways. Some of it was grossly overpriced. But some of the dishes were close to reasonably priced and were very tasty. Definitely above average in quality. We tried their dumplings, salty fish fried rice, a seafood casserole, mango pudding and Portuguese egg tarts. It was a delicious meal. We will probably go back and try out some of their other dishes.
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