Dim Sum Cafe

Steam BBQ Pork Bun
Steam BBQ Pork Bun

Dining out during COVID-19 is strange. I recently ate here with my family and as usual, we enjoyed every bite. We definitely left with full bloated tummies!

However, during this particular visit. It was quite eerie. There wasn’t any music playing which was unusual. The only noise you’d really hear came from our table (kids playing) or from the kitchen. With every table social distancing, occupying every other table, you couldn’t really hear if they were chatting or not. Not a typical “loud” Chinese restaurant that I’m used to.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not trying to bash this restaurant. I love their food! They are our go-to for Chinese food whenever we have a party. Also, I strive to support smaller local restaurants, especially during this time.

Hong Kong Pan Fried Noodles

Aside from the ambience, let’s get back to their food 🤤 They serve dim sum ALL DAY! I’ve never been here during lunch so I’m not sure if they come around with their dim sum carts like most other restaurants. During dinner, you order from their menu and then they’ll bring everything out.

Pictured above is their crispy noodle entree. This is a must have! The noodles by itself is really good but once it soaks up the “gravy” sauce … OMG game changer.

They have other entrees that are really good as well. Their portion size is worth their price point so that’s always a good thing. We mainly eat here for their dim sum.

We had a total of 4 kids and 7 adults that night. I believe our bill, with gratuity, totaled ~$120? I think it was roughly between $10-15/person. We can eat so this bill was really cheap!

Check them out! They’re far off the strip on the West side but worth the drive.

Dim Sum Cafe

3700 S Hualapai Way

Las Vegas, NV 89147