Flock and Fowl DTLV
Chef Sheridan Su was born in Chinatown, Los Angeles and raised in Monterey Park, CA. Growing up in an area considered by many gourmands as home to some of the finest Asian restaurants in the world, this was a giant playground for his culinary beginnings. Since a child, Sheridan has had a fascination with taste and the transformation of ingredients, leading a very natural path to becoming a chef. Upon graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, Sheridan embarked on a culinary journey that has shaped who he is today. He has spent time in the acclaimed kitchens of Ambrosia on Huntington in Boston, Atelier in New York, and Sona in Los Angeles.
Here in Las Vegas, he has been on the opening teams of prestigious restaurants including, Joël Robuchon at the Mansion, Social House, Wazuzu, and as Executive Chef at Comme Ça.
Tasty chicken dishes, especially the Hainan chicken and smashed cucumbers. Wonderful vibe and a great location close to public parking. I would recommend this place for Sunday brunch.
Best fried rice I’ve ever eaten and the wings were fantastic too!
Chicken hainan. Get it unless you are super white person and cant hand flavor
Tyler the bartender was fabulous! Knowledgeable about the menu offerings and helped with suggestions. Hainan chicken is a must!
Awesome meal, service and value. Had the Hainan chicken with a side of Chinese sausage and pea shoots. Some of the tastiest, most velvety and moist chicken I’ve ever had. The dipping sauces, broth and the accompanying chicken rice were also fantastic. Finished up with the shaved ice with grilled pineapple and coconut jam. Nice selection of cool drinks, beers and wine too. Chill place to get an affordable meal. Yum!
Great food and great service! We were the first party and had the servers undivided attention. We enjoyed our meal here.
This is our second time dining here. I was really disappointed with my order of soy chicken. I asked the waiter his opinion on the soy chicken before ordering and he said it was excellent and his favorite. When I got my order, I was really surprised as it looked like roasted chicken and I asked if he got my order mixed up. The chicken was dry and rather salty in certain areas and I never got the “chicken flavor. Really disappointed. The Hainan chicken was slightly better but was not great either as we had much better elsewhere. Rather disappointed and we don’t think we will return.
Upon entering, not very welcoming. Took a few minutes before anyone greeted us and assisted us. Once we were seated, service was great. Food came out as it was ready, which was great. Cocktail arrived after most of the food was delivered. Food was good and flavorful.
Excellent food, service and ambiance - best wings I’ve ever had!
Food and service where both beyond terrible
Super delicious and waitress was great and very helpful to us when asking her about areas since we were tourist in Vegas,
Amazing food! Great staff.
Some of the best wings downtown, unique Asian theme menu . Overall I will return!
If it wasn't for the horrible service I would probably come back.
Yes! The Heinanese Chicken was to die for, but it took 40 mins for someone to even take our order, and another 20 for the food to come. Which is weird because everything in the #1 plate is already pre-cooked, you just have to assemble it. People who came after us even got their food first, and I don't know why. Like why was this blonde lade saying she was our server but never once went to our table after introducing herself. This poor guy, was taking care of us even though we were not his table.
I'd just get take out from this place if possible, offer delivery. Thanks.
Btw, my husband and I were with his boss, and we were so embarrassed!
Love this place! Stopped in for low key lunch on a Saturday--excellent service and food and AFFORDABLE! Hainan chicken gives you a little of alot and shareable; mandarin martinis sooo delicious (said the girl who never drinks cocktails. Highly recommend
We ended up going there for dinner and then again for lunch the following day. Had several things off the menu-all outstanding!
The Hainan chicken is amazing. We come here every trip to Vegas for that chicken! Prices are reasonable and everything is perfectly cooked. Yelp has a check in offer for a free smashed cucumber salad and it's terrific. Highly recommended!
Jayme the server was great and held the bad experience together. We arrived at opening bell on Sunday at 11am. I ordered a gin martini which took quite a while to get, and when it got to the table, it was brown. The bartender apparently did not know how to make a gin martini! They offered to re do the drink, but I was so turned off, I declined. They discontinued the fried chicken and chicken skin, so I ordered the menu replacement, a soya chicken, which was really awful. The place was dirty, chairs were very uncomfortable (my first chair almost broke when I sat in it, and I am very thin). I have no idea how anyone would ever want to dine there.
We used to like this place, not sure what happened. It was nearly dead on a Friday night at 6:30, only one table had been seated. There was no hostess, so we finally asked the bartender if he could see if anyone was available. He disappeared for a good 5 minutes, so we seated ourselves and got our own menus. It was at least 10 minutes before we got served water, and another long wait before we got food. The food was not up to their usual standards. The bone broth is always great, but my chicken was cooked but very cool (not hot at all). Service definitely not up to snuff. We'll wait a while and check reviews before returning here.
I can only rate the service because we were never seated. We arrived on time but waited 15 minutes while being told they were “doing the best they could” to get a table ready for our party of 4. There was another party of 5 ahead of us when we arrived and they also were left standing without any explanation. A visit to the restroom revealed empty tables in the dining room so I’m not sure why we were all left to wait so long without any service. We finally left and went around the corner to Le Thai which turned out to be some of the very best food of our weekend in Las Vegas!
They changed the.menu for the worse by eliminating some very good selections, removed the option to choose your own sides, you no longer can get white meat with fried chicken and finally it appears they even changed the fried chicken recipe. It went from the best fried chicken in Vegas to average.
Service was appropriately attentive and warm. Interior is attractive, sort of an urban rustic kind of look. Food, however, was disappointing. Ramen: bland. Kaya Toast: flavors and textures just don’t come together. Chinese chicken salad: fresh and light but boring. The Chinese steam bun sandwich appetizer was again bland, with greasy chicken, egg and a room temperature piece of gummy white “bun”! This was our last meal in Vegas, and we had reserved based in an article in Food and Wine. What were they thinking??
Disappointed. Although the food had potential, the service needed work. I think that in all fairness, they still need to get their act together and it was very packed for the amount of waiters available. Still, we had to remind our waiter about our drinks and he never came back with our change. He was good in describing the food and making recommendations though. Also, the ramen was nothing great and kind of skimpy on the portion. Could be because it was the last one available. The Haian chicken was good as was the chicken bao
Their Hainanese Chicken and the Chicken Broth was amazing! :) Wings were also great - loved the soy garlic one!
Excited to hear that they will now be open for lunch everyday. Skip the flash on Fremont and stroll a block over for real food. Loved the dipping sauces.
Usually come for lunch. Better vibe at lunch. For dinner we were the only diners. Bar had patrons. Menu is somewhat limited. Food was good. Service was excellent.
I have eaten at the previous location on Sunset. Discovered it had moved when browsing thru open table looking for food choices.
I have had the salad before and was impressed by the quality flavors and texture, and made reservations thinking I was going to have the salad again. When I arrived and saw the menu, I keyed into some Singaporean foods, and having just returned from Singapore I needed to compare the Hainanese chicken rice with what I just had the week before. The chicken quality was better than anything I had in Singapore, and the Ginger mix and sauces were authentic. I did not order the Kaya Toast, (also a Singapore staple), Next time I will.
Although the new location is not as convenient, I do appreciate that the restaurant is now open for dinner and look forward to going back many times.
Wonderful! Short walk away from Freemont and the food was great! Service was great and attentive. Would definitely come back!
Happy hour wings are where it’s at. Chicken rice was aight
If you like fried chicken, this is the place for you. For me it is just an upscale KFC, at a very expensive price. To me this is not restaurant food and maybe it is my fault for not understanding what the restaurant was offering. Everyone there was very nice
The food is simply phenomenal. Creative, interesting, and just delicious. The team is so thoughtful and we cannot wait to return on our next trip to Vegas!
This place is relatively highly rated but we thought it was so-so. I can't say I would recommend it to others but if you told me that you were going to eat there I would not say "Don't do that." I would tell you that we ate there, the food was decent (C quality) but we didn't go back for a number of reasons including the simple one that there are lots of good places to eat in Vegas so why go back unless the place is really special. I can't say that anything in particular was wrong with the food--it was simply an "average" meal. Nothing more, nothing less.
The chicken sandwich on egg bread was delish. The bread was soft yet chewy because it was lightly toasted. The bread complimented the crispy chicken. The piece of fried chicken was flavorful and crunchy. My only complaint was that the chicken was small that many of my bites resulted in a mouthful of egg bread. It’s a chicken sandwich right? Not a bread sandwich? LOL!
F&F is on the east end of DTLV and easy walking distance from all hotels. The service was excellent and the atmosphere was laid back and great for conversation. We ordered the beef broth to start and found it flavorful and familiar. The chicken wings, fried and hainan all were delicious. I recommend that you put this restaurant on your rotation.
Great food and service. The menu is small but the food is amazing. KayaToast is dreamy. The Hainanese chicken was tasty and is the best chicken and rice we have ever had. Also try the watermelon salad if it is in season.
One of our new favorite restaurants and we will back soon.
Fantastic dishes that the chef has created. The service was really lacking and could use a lot more quality control in the cleanliness of flatware, glasses and plates. Overall, this restaurant is right on the border of being exceptional. It just needs to have better furniture, service, and cleanliness.
Just delicious. This is straightforward; good food. It seems simple but the flavor profiles are elevated and unique. It’s a local favorite.
Really cool design and feel inside this restaurant. Was a very quiet experience (we got there right when they opened), interesting menu.
We tried the traditional Hainan dish along with a couple sides, was very tasty and enjoyable.
Will definitely go back for another taste!
Great food in a low key environment! Must try!!