Las Vegas-The street food market that came to the Las Vegas Strip this summer will showcase dishes made with recipes imported directly from Asia's bustling cooking venues.
Famous Foods Street Eats will open at Resorts World Las Vegas at the end of June or early July, providing guests with a variety of authentic cuisines from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and other places.
Inspired by Singapore's hawker-style food centre, this 24,000 square foot hall will serve dishes from top chefs and restaurant owners at 16 stalls.
Here are the booths that guests can look forward to when Resorts World opens.
Achun: Chinese traditional Shandong dumplings and hand-drawn noodles. Au Chun won the Michelin Guide's Bib Food Award from 2013 to 2021.
Boon Tong Kee: Traditional Hainanese chicken rice-boiled chicken with chicken soup rice-based on a 1979 recipe in Singapore’s Chinatown.
FUHU Shack: The Western reinterpretation of one of China's most tempting dishes-Peking Duck Burrito.
Geylang Claypot Rice: Southeast Asian rice is slowly cooked in traditional claypot rice. The recipe started in Singapore more than 40 years ago. This restaurant received a Michelin plate in 2016.
Googgle Man's Char Kuey Teow: Rice and egg noodles are fried with fresh seafood on a charcoal stove to produce a smoky flavor called "wok hei" or "dragon's breath." Singaporean chef Aguan-also known as "Google man"-must wear goggles when cooking to protect his eyes from the heat.
Pepita's Kitchen: A stall from Dedet de la Fuente, also known as "Lechon Diva". This Manila chef is famous for his lechón or roast pig.
Springleaf Prata Place: A family-style concept from Singapore, serving South Indian cuisine. Staples include chicken curry and pulled tea, a bubble hot milk tea that is very popular in Singapore.
Shiyang Braised Beef: Thai beef noodle soup from a legendary family store in the old town of Bangkok. This restaurant was recommended by the Michelin Guide Bibendum in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
Tiger Sugar: This Taiwanese bubble tea shop is famous for its brown sugar boba milk and offers a menu of cold black tea varieties.
Desserts: A series of pre-packaged candies from all over the world, including delicious biscuits and snacks.
Mamak: In Singapore, Mamak means grocery store. Mamak sells snacks and souvenirs, including food bags, books and souvenirs to take home.
Streetbird Las Vegas: James Beard Award winner, the chef Marcus Samuelsson tried one of America's most popular comfort foods-fried chicken. This menu includes sweet and spicy fried chicken, hot honey chicken and waffles, Wild Wild Wings and Mac'n Greens.
Luru Kuru Pa Yakitori: Japanese and anime inspired concepts from Grammy artist and DJ Steve Aoki, serving a variety of yakitori, skewers and Japanese rice balls, as well as signature drinks and mochi.
Mozz Bar: The Italian food counter from James Trees, the finalist of the James Beard Award. This place serves mozzarella and burrata, freshly baked bread, small snacks and sandwiches-including chicken and eggplant parmesan cheese and other delicacies.
Blood Bros BBQ: This acclaimed Houston restaurant specializes in classic Texas barbecue, but this time it will have Chinese and Vietnamese flavors.
Nori Bar: A sushi restaurant that serves customized hand rolls, sashimi, hot seasoned rice, frozen seafood and seaweed, accompanied by sake, matcha green tea, seasonal tea and Japanese draft beer.
Famous Foods Center Bar: This 16-seater center bar is equipped with automatic pouring and automatic beer systems, which can cycle selection of beers from all over the world. Wine and cocktails are also served here.
This is Kitty Kitty Vice Den: a trash-style underground bar serving craft mixed drinks.
Ed Komenda writes articles about Las Vegas for Reno Gazette Journal and USA Today Network. Do you care about democracy? Then support local journalism by subscribing to Reno Gazette Journal here.