China Poblano. I loved it, so I ended up eating here twice, once alone the second time I dragged three friends with me. I have eaten tapas at Jaleo and the tasting menu at Cafe Atlantico in DC, both very good but I found China Poblano as a more fun dinner, the menu is amazing with both chinese and mexican dishes and some fusion of both.
They run 3 kitchens, the open chinese
The open mexican
and a closed kitchen in the back. I think they also service the Vegas version of Jaleo which sits one floor up. (both these restaurants are in The Cosmopolitan hotel)
Here are some of the dishes we had, Duck tongue tacos
very tasty but not very duck tasting, beef tongue taco with pork rinds
This was incredible.
A noodle and seafood dish titled shrimp nest, with veg and mushrooms
Su Mai, good, but not the stars of the night.
Beijing glass noodle soup, the broth was perfect.
Shrimp Mojo, I think this was my favorite
Seared scallops (i didn't try this but they looked good)
we got some greens, Green Beans with Lotus
Very tasty Tamal
Ok I was lying earlier, this was my favorite, the red pozole
Great food, accompanied by the house drink the salt foam margarita,
Would strongly reccomend a visit if in Las Vegas.