Love rice? Here are five places in Las Vegas that make it special

Love rice? Here are five places in Las Vegas that make it special

Whataburger sells majority stake to Chicago investment firm Le Pho closes in downtown Las Vegas ‘at least temporarily’ Pamplona Tapas Chef Ariel Zuniga used to work for Spanish celebrity chef Jose Andres, so it’s no surprise his paella game is on point. Among the half dozen varieties his neighborhood spot offers, in portions intended to feed two, are valenciana (rabbit), langosta (lobster) and verdura (vegetable), $32 to $65 for two-person portions. 5781 W. Sahara Avenue, 702-659-5781, pamplonalv.com Ada’s While this new Tivoli Village hot spot is known for its pizzas, ice cream and gin cocktails, you won’t want to overlook its perfectly prepared arancini. More than simple risotto spheres, chef James Trees blends rice with corn for a beautiful creamy mix, which he then stuffs with truffle cheese before breading and frying, $11. Tivoli Village, 410 S. Rampart Blvd., 702-463-7433, adaslv.com Lotus of Siam Thai fried rice is a […]

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