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“Enjoyed our Dinner”
Review of Zine at the Palazzo - CLOSED

Zine at the Palazzo
Price range: $15 - $30
Cuisines: Chinese, Vietnamese
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Dining options: Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Reservations
Neighborhood: The Strip
Description: The City's most authentic Asian noodle dishes and remarkable dim sum resides on the casino level of The Palazzo. From acclaimed Chef Simon To, recipient of the prestigious blue ribbon by the Condon Bleu College of Culinary Arts and the genius behind the exclusive Paiza Club, ZINE melds traditional dishes with the exotic, simple with the extravagant in a comfortable, contemporary ambience. Drawing from Cantonese, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Szechuan and other Asian cooking styles, Chef Simon To has created a menu that's equally tempting to both the casual and adventurous diner. From the Rare Filet Mignon Noodle Soup, Abalone and Chicken Congee to the Singapore-style Pan-Fried Crab with chili and Steamed Lobster in Garlic Sauce, every dish is a delectable transport to the most acclaimed kitchens of Asia.
Reviewed November 25, 2012

My husband and I got there at 5:30 for dinner. From 4:00-6:00 pm they have half price appetizers. Mys husband had a field day ordering 5 different appetizers "just to try". After all the appetizers it left little room for main dishes but we did order Mongolian Beef and Kung Pao chicken. They were both made well. Our waiter was very kind and helpful. Will definitely return.

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Thank Lisa M
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Reviewed November 19, 2012 via mobile

Went here to get some Pho as we didn't want to travel all the way to china town Las Vegas ,decor was lovely , service was below average , seemed a bit up market and pricey for noodles , asked for extra bean sprouts but they never arrived , hair was found on sauce ..
The only good thing was I could get wifi signal .

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Thank YOLANNA-TB
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Reviewed November 15, 2012

For $29 we got a scallop dish that came with no rice. It had very little sauce. Egg rolls were good. Server was nice, but would not recommend it.

Thank TVHOST
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Reviewed November 12, 2012

Was feeling a little sick and wanted some noodles and soup. Zine really hit the spot. The food was tasty, and the service was good.

Thank Christina K
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Reviewed November 10, 2012

Stopped by for lunch recently while visiting Las Vegas. We were seated quickly and the waiter was very attentive. Tried the appetizer sampler, which comes with two each of the pot stickers, siu mai (shrimp and pork mix in a small wonton wrapper), spring rolls and shrimp tempura. The pot stickers were perfectly cooked, as were the spring rolls. The tempura was crispy and crunchy and still piping hot. The shrimp inside were perfect. The siu mai were small little tidbits cooked in something like a wonton wrapper. They are very firm little cubes, and my wife wasn't keen on the texture. I loved them.

She had the wonton soup, which was a little different than expected. There were a couple of wontons, but they were little round balls and tasted primarily of shrimp. I tried the braised pork knuckle noodle soup. The broth was great and the pork knuckles were chewy good.

I liked this restaurant, but I am rather adventurous when it comes to food, so the flavors and textures don't throw me. However, for those of you who are into more Americanized tasting Chinese food, you may have a harder time finding what you like.

Thank MDTraveler57
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