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Las Vegas' Hidden Gems

Contributor
These are the spots that are likely to be locals-only

Every traveler knows that the best way to find a restaurant is often through word of mouth.

 So we asked six of Vegas' hungriest diners, from chefs to food writers, for their favorite hidden gems. Nobody likes to give up their secret spots, but since these under-the-radar eats are off the Strip, you may be the only tourist there. What are your favorite hole-in-the-wall restaurants or low-key stops for delicious food? Tell us in the comments below.

Nittaya's Secret Kitchen

Location: Summerlin

Cuisine: Thai

See more of Elaine and Scott Harris’ picks.

(Photo courtesy of Nittaya's Secret Kitchen)

 

Geisha Steak House

Location: Southwest

Cuisine: Japanese, Steakhouse

See more of Gerald Trujillo’s picks.

(Photo courtesy of Geisha Steak House)

 

Mundo

Location: Downtown

Cuisine: Mexican

See more of John Curtas’ picks.

(Photo courtesy of Mundo Las Vegas)

 

Soyo Korean Barstaurant

Location: Southwest

Cuisine: Korean

See more of Mike Dobranski’s picks.

(Photo courtesy of Mike Dobranski, Tasting Las Vegas)

 

Half Shell Seafood

Location: Henderson

Cuisine: Pacific Rim

See more of Tracy Godfrey’s picks.

(Photo courtesy of Half Shell Seafood)