- Shrimp and Pork Siu Mai - a traditional combination with jicama, mushrooms, peanuts and gold
- Bay Scallop and Pork Siu Mai - with shiitake mushrooms, sesame and tobiko (flying fish roe)
- Chicken Siu Mai - with cloud ear mushrooms, soy sauce and preserved goji berry
We also ordered a drink called "Cold "Tea" for Two", ($14) which they call "a punch-like creation of green tea, tequila and beer (serves two, or one if very thirsty)". Ok it wasn't quite noon, yet, but it's 5 o'clock somewhere, right?
The tea was delivered first in an actual tea pot, and holy crap, this stuff is potent......and totally amazing!! This stuff is extremely tasty and refreshing despite the fact your lips practically go numb at first sip. I was in love. If I'm going to be an alcoholic, I'd do it for Ku Noodle's tea.
We ordered another sharing plate called "Five Spice Duck" ($11.88), which is slow-cooked duck leg on a scallion pancake with hoisin sauce, fresno chili, pickled vegetables and cilantro. We received 2 pretty little pancakes piled high with the shredded, spiced duck and vegetables. It smelled delicious, and our mouths watered in anticipation, but the taste was much better than we could ever have hoped. Rich, tender duck meat perfectly spiced and balanced with the salty hoisin sauce and pickled veggies with just a hint of freshness from the cilantro garnish.
These pancakes are worth every single penny.
It's ok. This secret can definitely leave Las Vegas!