I often complain about the Chinese food in Las Vegas as either being crap or too authentically full of chicken beaks and moth balls. This is just crap. Although, to its credit, it is cheap crap, which is a nice twist. I'm used to paying through the nose for crap in Las Vegas. I thought this little place might be different with its slick look. Just look at that font on the sign...trendy!
It already broke one of my rules: I never eat at an Asian restaurant that serves food from more than one Asian country. Chances are that they can only cook one well or even cook neither well. I can't speak for the Thai food, which there wasn't very much of, but I can say that the Chinese food is bland. I had the Kung Pao combination. The shrimp was obviously low quality and not fresh with its overpowering fishy taste. Overall, I've had more spice from a carrot than was in this flavorless Kung Pao. Little Greg had the strawberry chicken, which appeared to be deep fried bread stuffed with small nugglets of chicken, covered with store bought strawberry glaze. That's right, I called them nugglets; they were way to small to be considered even a nugget.
I forgot to mention that flavorless fried rice. The soup was super thickened and tasteless. The hot and sour soup was like eating hot gelatin spattered with sparse egg whites. The corn egg flower soup was like eating hot corn-flavored gelatin spattered with sparse egg whites.
In the way of a compliment sandwich, I must say that the crab rangoon appetizer was deliciously yummy. By the way, this is an open-faced compliment sandwich. There is only a compliment at the end.