Resorts World Las Vegas unveils hawker-inspired street food market

LAS VEGAS — A street food market coming to The Strip this summer will put on display dishes made with recipes imported straight from Asia’s bustling culinary scene.

Famous Foods Street Eats will open at Resorts World Las Vegas in late June or early July and offer guests a wide selection of authentic cuisines from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and beyond.

Inspired by the hawker-style food centers of Singapore, this 24,000-square-foot hall will have dishes at 16 stalls from top chefs and restaurateurs.

Here’s a look at the stalls guests can expect when Resorts World opens. 

Coming to Resorts World Las Vegas is a hawker-inspired food hall called Famous Foods Street Eats, and it will offer guests a wide selection of authentic cuisines from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and beyond.

Ah Chun: Traditional Chinese Shandong dumplings and hand-pulled noodles. Au Chun won a Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand award from 2013 to 2021. 

Boon Tong Kee: Traditional Hainanese chicken rice – poached chicken paired with rice cooked in chicken broth – based on recipes from Singapore’s Chinatown in 1979. 

Traditional Hainanese chicken rice – poached chicken paired with rice cooked in chicken broth – based on recipes from Singapore's Chinatown in 1979.

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A week or so ago, I was in the mood for some Korean food but I didn’t feel like driving a half hour to find it. Had this been 2019, I would’ve been fresh out of luck and gone home having to settle for a frozen dinner or an American pastiche of Chinese food. But then I remembered that it’s 2021 and a spot called Han-Mi is open for business. And so I shuffled over to my truck (that really needs a good wash) and took a trip down Broad Street.

I walked in and immediately was told to make myself comfortable at one of several tables or the bar. I had a boatload of choices since the dinner rush hadn’t hit yet, but that changed as the late-afternoon crawled into evening. I apparently was not the only person in town who wanted kimchi and bibimbap.

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Popiah is also known as fresh spring rolls and is a popular street food in Malaysia. (Rasa Malaysia pic)

Popiah is of Chinese origin, and comes from the Fujian province in China. In Malaysia, popiah is also known as fresh spring rolls and is a popular street food.

Besides Malaysia, variations of popiah can be found in Singapore, Medan, and Taiwan – all using simple and healthy ingredients that make it taste so delicious and refreshing.

Here is a family recipe, one which is much-cherished, not only because of its supreme flavour, but because of the flood of memories it brings back.

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup cooking oil
  • 20 fresh popiah wrappers
  • fresh lettuce, washed and drained dry

Filling

  • 3 cloves garlic, finely minced
  • 226 g shrimp, shelled, deveined and cut into small pieces
  • 1 kg yam bean or jicama (sengkuang), grated
  • 56 g French beans, sliced
  • 4 pieces bean curd,
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Inside Leicester’s new Desi Street Food Cafe which has just opened in the city centre

A new cafe giving customers a flavour of Indian street markets has just launched in the city centre.

Serving up a completely vegetarian menu, Desi Street Food has opened in Pocklingtons Walk, and is currently offering a takeaway and delivery service.

The family-run cafe has been started by Sukh Singh, who, having been inspired by a visit to India, was keen to give people in Leicester the chance to experience Indian street food.

Sukh, who has previously run a restaurant, told LeicestershireLive: “I wanted to offer the fast street food concept of India’s markets with good homemade vegetarian food at an affordable price.”

Take a look inside and at some of the menu in the gallery below

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