Ever been out walking on a chilly Las Vegas night and suddenly crave for a steaming bowl of noodles? Or maybe you’ve gone on an all-nighter with your buddies and are looking for something to warm you up after those cold frozen drinks you’ve had at the bar. Well, you’re in luck because the Las Vegas Strip has just the right place for you! Just go to the lobby of the Paris Hotel and Casino and you’ll magically find yourself in the streets of Taipei. Well, there is actually no magic involved here except for the food served in bustling Yong Kang Street Dumpling and Noodle House restaurant. We know how a night on The Strip goes and we’re here and ready to give you that steaming bowl of noodles and the greatest dim sum Las Vegas has ever cooked up.
According to an article in The Washington Post, noodles are typically served during birthdays and Chinese New Year celebrations. This is because of the belief that noodles symbolize long life. The Chinese believe that the long shape of the noodle represents longevity and cutting it is to be avoided as it brings forth bad luck. However, here in Las Vegas, you don’t need to wait for your birthday or the New Year’s to get that noodle craving satisfied. If you head over to our restaurant, Yong Kang Street Dumpling and Noodle House, you not only will have the pleasure of eating delectable Taiwanese noodles and noodle soups, you will also be treated to the best dimsum Las Vegas can offer. We have a wide variety of over 20 kinds of dim sum so there are lots to choose from.
Yong Kang Street Dumpling and Noodle House serves up some heartwarming noodles to make both you and your grumbling tummy smile. We have noodles that can be served hot or cold like the Dandan Noodles, the Sesame Noodles, and the Meat and Bean Paste Noodles. Just a heads-up Dandan Noodles and the Meat and Bean Paste Noodles tend to be quite spicy. So if you’re a little tired and sleepy from your night out in town these noodles will definitely wake you up. However, if you want to go for the classics you can also opt for the Minced Pork Noodles. To add to that, we have the option to add shredded chicken breast or shrimp to give you that extra savory flavor. Pair that with the best dimsum Las Vegas has and you’re all set for a mouthwatering meal fit for a king!
Our noodle options don’t stop there. If you’re hungry for something Japanese, we also got you covered. We have the Japanese Tonkotsu Ramen with Pork, with a broth that packs a mouthful of robust flavors. This is the result of hours of preparation just to get that right broth flavor. Everyone knows that the real star of the ramen is its broth. That is why here at Yong Kang Street Dumpling and Noodle House we take great care in making that perfect combination of flavors to give our ramen that umami flavor you’ve been yearning for. If you’re looking for some crunch, then we recommend you order the Japanese Shrimp Tempura Udon. This is a classic Japanese soup that comes with that crunchy shrimp tempura that balances the soft rice noodles and savory broth. You can even order sushi to complete your tasty Japanese meal. The cool contrast of the sushi will surely give you a refreshing break from the hot noodle soup.
Aside from these wonderful options, we still have a lot on our menu for you to choose from. We know that cravings have the strong need to be satisfied and we don’t want to rush you into ordering anything. That is why we post our menu on the website so you can choose the perfect meal ahead of time.
The Chinese belief of noodles representing long life was actually on to something. In fact, an article in Thrombocyte lists the many health benefits of consuming noodles. It was stated that these noodles contain quality proteins like Rutin that helps control blood pressure. In addition, SF Gate also says that because of their zinc content noodles boost the immune system among other benefits. However, the best thing about this dish is that it is scientifically proven, as reported by the Daily Mail, that beef noodles are the best hangover cure. Why not put that to the test? Try our very own Taiwanese Style Beef Noodle Soup. The hot broth will help you get rehydrated, the beef will give you that protein refill you need, and the spiciness will certainly give you that kick to pump you up. And if you’re still hungry, you can just pick from our finest Vegas dimsum selections. We have the first dim sum carts on The Strip so be ready with those chopsticks when the cart passes by.
Don’t be fooled by the fast results those cheap store bought instant noodles give you. Smart Cooky reports that the store bought instant noodles are made to last a long shelf life compared to handmade ones. Due to this, these noodles are a far cry from the ones your stomach deserves. Since they are hugely processed they lack the necessary nutrients causing them to be considered as junk food. What they are rich in, however, are artificial colors, flavorings, and tons of preservatives. Not only that but they are also high in fat content. Not necessarily the epitome of long life, right? But all hope is not lost. Instead of staying in and consuming these harmful alternatives, why not go for the real thing? The best part is you won’t even have to wait for a long time to taste our authentic Vegas dim sum dishes. We guarantee that our food will be hot, quick, and delicious.
So if you’re out in town on a night out with buddies or just simply touring The Las Vegas Strip don’t forget to drop by Yong Kang Street Dumpling and Noodle House. We are the only dim sum restaurant on The Strip so it’s easy to find us. Forget about those store bought instant noodles or those frozen dumplings you bought at the grocery. Why settle for those when you can have the best authentic Taiwanese dim sum just within your reach. You deserve better. You deserve fresh handmade goodness that have been cooked and steamed to perfection.
Our restaurant opens at 10 am, which is perfect if you’re out for a quick snack or brunch. However, if you’ve been out discovering The Strip and have lost track of time, not to worry, you can still enjoy our dim sum until the wee hours of the morning. We understand that a night of drinking and discovering the city is best ended with a hot meal. That is why we are open daily and close at 3 am to give you time to enjoy the fresh delicious goodness authentic Taiwanese dim sum can bring. So head over to 3655 Las Vegas Blvd S. Las Vegas, NV and taste the best dim sum in Vegas. You can also call us at (702)778-8180 if you need driving directions. Satisfy those cravings today!