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Ping Pang Pong

4000 W. Flamingo Rd. (Valley View Blvd.) Send to Phone
702-247-8136 | Menu
The choices are plentiful and varied in Kevin Wu's appealing off-Strip venture.

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late

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Ping Pang Pong, Las Vegas, NV

Ping Pang Pong Restaurant Review

: An upscale take on a thatched-roof hut, Kevin Wu’s unique Ping Pang Pong is an oasis in the Gold Coast’s casino. The restaurant features authentically prepared specialties from various Chinese provinces, as well as imaginative dim sum during lunch, one of the busiest times of the day. Specialties such as pork shu mai, hargow (shrimp dumplings) and barbecue pork buns are favorites. Minced squab and pork tenderloin lettuce cups and sesame shrimp rolls are among starters, and extensive vegetable preparations include snow pea leaves with roasted garlic. Among beloved provincial picks is the double-braised sea bass hot pot --- seared sea bass simmered in garlic oyster sauce in a sealed clay pot. We also like the butterflied prawns with honey-glazed walnuts dressed with sesame mayonnaise and the wrinkled string beans cooked in a high-flame wok and tossed with a tarragon-like fresh Chinese herb. Trenchermen should consider the gobo beef, made with sirloin cubes wok-tossed with Asian basil. Premium sakés nicely complement the cuisine. Mango pudding is a refreshing sweet finale.
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