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Feb 13 2016

Yong Kang Street Dumpling and Noodle HousePosted By Thomas Chee - 02/13/16

Yong Kang Street Dumpling and Noodle House

Taste of Chinese appetizers, thick udon noodles from Taiwan, all within the atmosphere of Paris, France. Yong Kang Street delivers an international taste to tourists visiting Las Vegas, Nevada. The very first dim sum carts offering food along Las Vegas Boulevard, Young Kang Street is a famous street in Taipei City, Taiwan near the university. The night market kiosks sell various degrees of tastes with rare food served throughout Taiwan. The Las Vegas Yong Kang Street Dumpling and Noodle House tries the mimic the menu of these merchants located along Xinyi Road.

Known as a dining destination with soup dumplings made by freezing soup into balls only to steam in a rice flour bun that keeps the liquid soup inside, Youg Kang Street at the Paris Paris Casino serves Shanghainese dishes, steamed dumplings, fried dumplings, Hong Kong styled roast duck, stuffed crab claws, Slack Season noodles called Tu Hsiao Yueh, beef noodles, Tonikotsu Ramen noodles, scallion green onion pancakes, rice porridge congee with abalone shellfish, BBQ pork noodle soup, oil fried pot stickers stuffed with flavor and Chinese sausages with chicken wrapped in sticky rice with lotus leaves. Asian visitors that find themselves homesick for homemade dishes can be brought back by memory with the delicious varieties of dishes served in Las Vegas at this absolutely perfect noodle house and dumpling bar. Children enjoy the tapioca boba milk drinks for dessert after dinner.

Long, delicious noodles from Singapore, Taipei, Taiwan, mainland China, Hong Kong and Japanese Udon noodles, Yong Kang Street serves dim sum appetizers on hand pushed carts within gambling distance. You could literally slurp your soup with a Ramen noodle while throwing craps dice from under your table and roll the dice to bet. Next door is the casino's buffet, wine bar, and a pizza parlor, so if Asian cuisine isn't on your taste buds that day, you have more than enough choices. Famed TV chef Gordon Ramsey has a steak restaurant in the place. In Las Vegas, the top spends at the casinos are nicknamed Whales. The billionaire whales across the Pacific Ocean invest in Las Vegas. Not only gaming industries, but real estate, land development and of course, education. This being said, Las Vegas focuses on the financial advantages of providing quality dining for Asian VIP customers.

Each Chinese customer spend tens of thousands of dollars in cash each day when they travel away from home. We want to keep them happy so that the tourists don't leave town to travel to Los Angeles or Grand Canyon. The way to keep people gambling with a smile is to keep their stomachs satisfied with the best dishes the town can offer. As it stands, Paris Paris is an escape. Spending a luxurious time inside a casino resembling the City of Lights in Europe transports the travelers. There are cobblestone streets, French bakeries, swimming pools for tanning and wedding chapels for marrying your lover at Chapelle du Paradis or the garden chapel known as Chapelle du Jardin, garden in French. The concert hall plays Jersey Boys each night. Anthony Cools the Hypnotist has a magic act. Le Creperie heats up French crepes in Le Village. Across the street, visitors can watch the fountains of the Bellagio explode each hour on the hour.

I would have never eaten at Yong Kang Street if it hadn't been for Sherilene. While visiting town for the World Market Center held at the beginning of each year, Sherilene stayed at Ballys Casinos joined to Paris Paris. One evening while sightseeing, she saw the noodle bar along the fake Paris streets inside the Paris, France shaped resort. The row of shops leading up to the dumpling house is named La Boulevard. Lucky for us, Hollywood film producers were filming the fifth Jason Bourne movie that day. Films lights with camera tracks lined Las Vegas Boulevard under the Eiffel Tower as well as fountains at Bellagio famous for the film Ocean's Eleven.