Hours: Open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. dailyA taste of Taiwanese desserts arrives in Chinatown this weekend when Meet Fresh makes its debut on Sunday. The desserts come at the hands of “Brother and Sister Fu,” who grew up in the Feng Yuan District of Taichung, Taiwan. They stick to tradition with taro ball desserts, soft herbal jelly, a tofu pudding, shaved ice, herbal jellies, and more. Hot almond soups come in bowls and cups for $4.50 to $6.80, the typical range of prices here.
One of the most exciting restaurants in Henderson closed too soon when David Clawson went out of business in October 2015. Now fans of his refined dishes have a new chance to try his food through the Underground DCR, his new secret supper club with a super hidden location and a menu for $95 per person with an optional $40 wine pairing plus an 18 percent service fee. First, the particulars.
Zuma, the Japanese izakaya at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, now has an expensive new sushi roll off the menu for those with golden taste buds. The new golden toro maki sushi roll brings a high roller experience with its chopped blue fin tuna, tempura flakes, and takuan (pickled daikon), all topped with toro (fatty tuna), fried ginger, 24-karat gold leaf, and Ossetra caviar. Each roll comes sliced into eight pieces and while it’s not on the menu quite yet, it is available upon request.
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