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3200 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Spring Mountain Rd.) Send to Phone

Lunch & Dinner daily

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Chin's Restaurant Review

: Hong Kong-raised Tola Chin’s imprint is on every dish, many of which he introduced to Las Vegas in this popular restaurant fronting the Fashion Show Mall. (There’s a private elevator from the mall’s underground parking garage, as well as valet parking at its entrance.) Vancouver’s award-winning architect Jim Cheng created an airy glass-and-metal beam entrance, and a traditional white-walled dining room with tapestry chairs imported from Italy. The spacious 200-seat Chin’s is divided into three cozy sections, with a colorful cocktail lounge featuring a bronze bar. Chin’s creative dishes set it apart from most other Chinese restaurants. The shredded crispy chicken salad and Chin’s beef are longtime favorites. The strawberry chicken is sublime. Go for the Sedaka special---pieces of lobster tail cooked in lobster sauce and served with fried prawns. Luncheon specialties include a dim sum platter. Chin’s original crispy pudding is among the irresistible desserts.
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