New Asian BBQ
It may have a plain exterior, but New Asian BBQ more than makes up for the lack of curb appeal with slabs of char siu (roast pork) and BBQ ducks hang near a takeaway counter, marking the entrance to a dining room with long murals, large chandeliers, and splashes of red and gold colors. Dim sum is served all day, although only on carts during lunch. Pick straight off the menu for dinner. Whether it's fried pork wontons or eggplant stuffed with shrimp, consistency is the common theme. Each bite is packed with so much flavor, you hardly need to add a splash of the house-made soy sauce. The restaurant makes its own sweet red vinegar too. Food is always at the right temperature (and if it's not, servers will volunteer to fetch a fresh version before it hits the table). Dinner service is more formal with an expansive menu (counting ten versions of Chow Fun alone), Peking Duck carved tableside, and live seafood dishes, including geoduck.
How to book: New Asian BBQ doesn't have a website and doesn't take reservations. But you can call 702-202-2262 with questions and to-go orders.