New ramen joint in town and does not disappoint. It has all your standard Tonkotsu, Miso, Shoyu broth, and different rice bowls, so nothing new or fancy. However, it does kick it up a notch by allowing different spiciness to the ramen broth. I like spicy foods in general and I found "hot" to be just perfect. Soup was not too salty, but thick and flavorful. The broth includes an egg, some very soft chashu, ground pork, and some veggies. The ground park was a nice touch as other places do not offer this for free. The noodles itself are handmade but for some reason did not impress me. I expected it to be more chewy but found it to be more spaghetti like. I'd say it's on par with a lot of other ramen joints around town, which isn't bad, but wouldn't choose this one in particular over another. Typical decor inside, aside from a window displaying the noodle man make the noodles. Decent grade overall. Find it here! 7040 S Durango Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89113
This place has a few things going for it. Not too pricey for AYCE ($20), decent banchan and meats, cleanliness inside, waitresses are nice. But it's got some things to work on. Service was a bit slow, the waitress kept forgetting our order, very difficult parking outside, and limited sauces. The sauces I received was also very little and I had to ask for more twice. If you are around this area and happen to find parking and craving brisket, then it's not too bad. The brisket on this grill does make it nice a crispy, which is my preference. Because of this, I still would come back. However, the service brings the score down a bit. Located here 4355 W Spring Mountain Rd # 201, Las Vegas, NV 89102.
Beef noodle soup is one of my favorite meals. It has its origin from Taiwan, and my mother used to make this all the time when I was growing up. This restaurant brings back those old nostalgic memories of my childhood. Noodle Pot makes the best Taiwanese beef noodle soup hands down. Located in Chinatown, the inside is a bit small and noisy, and not much more than just a simple room with tables and chairs and a tv. However, the beef noodles are the best I've had. The noodles are very chewy, the beef is super tender, the broth has an amazing aroma, and top it off with a handful of veggies, this is one of my favorite restaurants here in Las Vegas. The price is about $9 for a large bowl that is sure to fill you up. Lunch time can get busy but it is definitely worth the wait. Because this is the best beef noodle soup I've had, I give it an A+. Located at 4215 Spring Mountain Rd. Ste B112
Soyo Korean restaurant is probably my favorite non-bbq Korean restaurant. There are many dishes here, from fried chicken, to instant ramen, to cheese on bbq chicken. The inside has a very friendly, hip atmosphere, playing k-pop and seating are very comfortable private booths. This is definitely my go to Korean restaurant when I crave some Korean food. They have your traditional dishes and banchan, but is also not afraid to serve new style street foods, all very tasty. They also have outdoor seating if you prefer. Sometimes a bit of a wait, but otherwise, spacious enough where the wait time isn't too long. You can find it here 7775 S Rainbow Blvd # 105, Las Vegas, NV 89139
Archi's Thai Cafe is a family owned, Thai restaurant with 3 locations here in Las Vegas. It is very flavorful, authentic Thai food that doesn't try to do anything new, but what it does do it does perfectly. Very clean and nice decor inside, with ample spacing. There are some healthy menu items, along with spicyness levels 1-10. Portions are large, pricing is fair, and the plating is very appealing. Not much more you can ask for at a Thai restaurant. My go to Thai place whenever I don't feel like trying anything new. I go to this one. Village Square, 9350 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89117