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Asian BBQ & Noodles

There's an overabundance of Chinese restaurants in Las Vegas' Chinatown all over for one to explore.  Some locals and tourists are dead set to their own favorites and Asian BBQ & Noodle is favored by many.  Their name is simple - BBQ and noodles is what this restaurant specializes in making:


The Roasted Duck and Roasted Pork dishes with rice are a must try: 

Roasted Duck

I rarely eat pork nowadays, but when I do sample pork from different places, I'm hardly impressed.  When I first ate this roasted pork dish, my love for this red meat was reignited for a short precious time.  The spices/marinade used and whatever they do to barbecue their pork is beautiful thing:

Roasted Pig

My dad had asked for a side a beef tendon and they gave him a big side of it covered in a curry sauce:


Also, I recommend ordering a noodle dish with your BBQ.  They serve noodle soups, chow mein, chow fun (dry), and pan-fried noodle dishes.  Lastly, if you go to Asian BBQ & Noodle, be aware that some of the waiters don't speak English that well so please have patience and remember that this a cash only establishment.

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