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About FU Asian Kitchen - Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino offers guests a unique culinary experience with FU Asian Kitchen, an Asian dining destination bringing good fortune and great food to patrons. Fit for both casual and adventurous guests, dishes evoke exotic flavors fired up by Executive Chef Ming See Woo. The Woo family has had a long and successful career in the Chinese restaurant business in Las Vegas opening Mayflower in 1976 and, most recently, Woo in 2008. Now Hard Rock Hotel is the exclusive location of Executive Chef Ming See Woo’s culinary creations Located adjacent to the HRH Tower valet and self-park, Woo has prepared a mouthwatering menu of signature Asian tapas such as the ever-popular crispy Curry Lobster Puffs, Spicy Thai Basil Minced Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Crispy Japanese Calamari with Salt & Jalapeño. Among the favorite entrées are Grilled Tenderloin of Beef with Spicy Fu Sauce, Tropical Fried Brown Rice with Shrimp & Chicken, Sea Bass with Sake-Miso Glaze and
Las Vegas, NV 89169
Contemporary Asian, Chinese, Asian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:30 am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 3:00pm-10:30pm, Friday - Saturday: 3:00pm - 12:00am
$30 and under
Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Ming See Woo
Banquet, Beer, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
FU Asian Kitchen - Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Ratings and Reviews
The food is consistently delicious. The waitstaff, though? Not so much. We had to ask the waiter several times for drinks; he was lackadaisical in his answers about the menu and on other questions that we had. There's "mellow" and then there's "barely alive." He was the latter.
$ indicator is not accurate. Light dinner for two with 3 drinks and 1 shared dessert (No appetizers) over $120. Food and service was great but overpriced for your basic Asian menu items. One bottle of water was $7. Enjoyed it but was looking for a less expensive experience.
the fried rice was horrible, they either forgot soy sauce or oyster sauce, or they just have. no idea what fried rice, the waitress was ok but she didn't comeback with the correct change, so I'm assuming she did that to ensure a tip, which was uncomforting, I got the general tsos in replacement of the fried rice fiasco. Still not great, don't go there.
Great service but food was lacking.
My husband had the shrimp pad Thai and he remarked that it smelled like cat food... it did!
I did the black pepper tenderloin. The grilled onions and mushrooms were delicious but the beef had a funny texture. Hot and sour soup was not bad.
Great ambiance and location but likely wouldn't be back.
Fu has a fun vibe and excellent family style dishes as well as tapas. Highly recommend the Hot and Sour Soup and the Crab Rangoons if you are looking for some light bites. You defiantly can't go wrong with the Sweet and Sour Chicken if looking for a great meal.
Made a last minute reservation here before seeing a show at he Hard Rock Hotel and boy was it worth it! Very friendly and helpful staff met us and showed us to a great table. They helped us chose a good wine, amazing food and basically a wonderful experience from start to finish. Table water was topped up without disturbing us and no pressure to order extras or pay quickly! Awesome place and highly recommended! Thank you for a wonderful dining experience. :)
Americanized Chinese food; it's ok but there are better authentic options west of the strip in Chinatown. The salt and pepper calamari and shrimp are deep fried with a thick batter rather than a crispy thin batter. The duck is ok but could be rendered a bit further for crispier skin.
We followed Fu' from their days on the west side at the Mayflower. Their Hard Rock location rocks it. Wonderful cocktails, very knowledgeable wait staff, top of the line presentation of a wide variety of food options. My wife loves all foods, my daughter is a pescatarian and I eat a plant based diet. All of us were overwhelmed with the quality and preparations. This is a must stop for all looking for the ultimate Asian Fusion experience, with plentiful portions and not overly priced for a LV Strip location. We get to LV four or five times a year and Fu' is on our must go to list.
The ambiance and service were excellent; however, the food left a lot to be desired. We ordered the dim sum plate, egg rolls and Singapore noodles. The dim sum was dry and bland, the egg rolls a bit greasy while the noodles were good, but nothing to write home about. For the price we paid, I expected higher quality cuisine. We attended an event at the Hard Rock that evening, so selected this place out of convenience.
Delighted to rediscover this restaurant. The Hard Rock Hotel is not usually on our list of places to go but it will be for this restaurant. The food was as good as we remembered it from years ago when the same family had a restaurant called Mayflower which many Las Vegans will remember fondly. The service was impeccable. The food was great. We will certainly be back.
I really enjoyed my dinner at FU, at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The restaurant was conveniently located, as the Hard Rock was th hotel I was staying at during my recent trip to Vegas. It had a good atmosphere, and noise level was perfect. The service was excellent, and the food was fantastic. I had the Wonton soup, and the Singapore Noodles with shrimp and pork. The main dish was quite large, easily enough for two people. I highly recommend the FU Asian restaurant.
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