12 "Spring Valley" Restaurants in Las Vegas.
Getting a plate of hand-twirled noodles at Shang Artisan Noodle in Spring Valley is one of the best ways to spend $10 in Vegas.
District One is a Vietnamese restaurant in Chinatown with inventive dishes and creative presentations.
Lola’s in Spring Valley doesn’t feel like it’s in Vegas, from the Cajun-Creole food to the comfortable space with lots of TVs playing Saints games.
Cafe Breizh is a beautiful, airy cafe in Spring Valley known for pastries and crepes.
Herbs and Rye, off the Strip, has one of our favorite Happy Hours, where you can get steaks and really good drinks for half price.
Golden Tiki in Chinatown might look a bit kitschy, but it’s a way nicer tiki bar than you’ve ever been to - head here with friends.
If you eat one bowl of ramen in Vegas, it should be at Jinya in Chinatown - there might be a wait but it’s worth it.
The Roman-style pizzas at Pizzeria Monzu in Spring Valley are some of the best, and the space is casual enough to go for a low-key night.
When you’re looking for something fun and a little different, Hobak is our favorite Korean BBQ spot in the city.
Other Mama in Spring Valley might be small - under 50 seats - but it’s still one of our favorite places for high-quality and creative seafood.
You won’t find more creative food anywhere in Vegas than you will at Sparrow and Wolf in Spring Valley. Come with a few friends and share everything.