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Flock & Fowl

150 N. Las Vegas Blvd., Ste. 100 (Ogden Ave.) Send to Phone
Asian eatery offering the cuisine of chef Sheridan Su at downtown’s The Ogden.

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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Flock & Fowl, Las Vegas, NV

Flock & Fowl Restaurant Review

About the restaurant & décor: Flock & Fowl is situated on the ground floor of The Ogden and brings the Asian cuisine of chef Sheridan Su to downtown. Large windows allow in natural light, and an industrial ceiling with Edison lights contributes to décor combining modern and old world sensibilities through an Asian tinge, with black-stained reclaimed woods and copper accents.

Likes: The menu for the most part is priced in a quite affordable range of $6-$16. During the daily 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Social Hour (also from 10 p.m. to close), $3-$6 is the price range you’ll pay for the half-off appetizers and drinks.
Dislikes: Don’t forget your plastic, as this eatery does not accept cash.

Food & Drinks: The signature item on the menu is its staple Hainanese chicken rice, a southern China dish containing poached chicken with rice cooked in chicken stock, served with an assortment of house-made condiments, including chili, soy and ginger-scallion sauces. Among other options worth indulging in are chicken wings (choose from angry sauce made with fermented sweet chili, honey butter or salt & pepper); curry laksa coconut noodle soup, an Indonesian dish with prawns and chicken and broccoli; and black cod with Thai corn chowder, confit potatoes and truffle oil. Save room for the freshly baked cast iron chocolate chip cookie, named for the vessel it’s baked and served in, topped with vanilla ice cream and miso caramel sauce. One of the fun-named Flocktails is the Le Grand created with Absolut Elyx, Le Grand Courtâge sparkling wine, lime, honey and bitters garnished with a basil blossom. The noteworthy beer list has brews such as Hitachino Nest Yuzu Lager and the Australian Nomad “Freshie” Salt & Pepper sour Gose.
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