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China One Tropicana

China One

2447 E Tropicana Ave
Ste 13A
Las Vegas , 89121
(702) 898-8808
Overall Rating
2.5
Food
Service
Ambiance
Value
Last Review
05/08/2022

Details

Hours: Mon: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm,Tue: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm,Wed: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm,Thu: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm,Fri: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm,Sat: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm,Sun: 11:00 am - 9:30 pm

Critic's Review

I felt liks some fried rice, and not the stuff they give you with the lunch special. I've been wanting to try another place after the debacle with China Kitchen LV.

I called on the phone; these places don't like taking phone orders anymore because they don't get your. money upfront. The girl seemed panicked that I was calling the wrong location. "Tropicana" she insisted. "I know where it is". "5 Minutes", she said. Fried rice is fast.

The place is your typical Chinese takeout decor disaster; Do they know about Facebook Marketplace? This stuff looks 25 years old. Who would want to eat in this place?

China One Tropicana Inside

The rice was ready. No boxes. I guess the boxes cost more,so now they give you flimsy styrofoam that will fly open if you have to stop short and fill your car with rice.

Fried rice should be shiny; glimmering from the oil and being freshly wok'ed.

China one Fried Rice

No bean sprouts or green onions; hardly any egg; a minimal amount of stuff.

China One Fried Rice Close

This place had mustard, but not the good stuff. I'll have to pick up a jar to keep in the fridge.

China One Pork Fried Rice Bowl

Not terrible. Not really good either.

Conclusion

My hope that Las Vegas would have better Chinese takeout that Florida has been squashed by some very mediocre Chinese food. I can tell from pictures that other non-strip places aren't much better.

The good news is Ill be able to fix this. I'll post pictures of the leftovers that will make you understand my disappointment in what I got today.

Leftovers

Green onions, bean sprouts, egg beaters, some home made char siu and some good quality light and dark soy sauce turn the leftovers into what I used to be able to get at a Chinese restaurant.

China One Leftovers

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