$12 for $20 Worth of Chinese Food at Yunnan Cuisine Las Vegas

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In a Nutshell

Menu of Yunnan and Szechuan cuisine includes items such as their signature yunnan rice noodle, beef pot, and tofu casserole with lamb

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The Deal

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Customer Reviews

Waitress, very nice and food was good ,loved the Wonton noodle soup,my husband got the seafood noodle soup ,Excellent. ..Must try and reasonable. Groupon was well worth it
Caroline P. · May 20, 2016
They are new in business but they do a great job already. I love their food.
Dennis C. · March 29, 2016
Excellent Noodles. We will certainly go again!
Alice C. · March 27, 2016
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    Noodle King

    6820 West Sahara Avenue

    Ste 7

    Las Vegas, NV 89146

    +17028005748

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