Making fresh guacamole Chicken Ji Song  chicken/lettuce leaf cups/fried sweet potatoes Noodles made fresh every day Lamb Pot Stickers Stuck on You   vegetables/crispy lace The changing face

What brings Mexico and China together? You could start with the Spanish galleons that first sailed the Pacific in 1565 in the reign of King Philip II. Along with the lucrative trade in silk and silver, they brought Asian spices and fruit to Mexico, and New World peppers to the Middle Kingdom of China. They also brought the legend of an Asian girl kidnapped by pirates and shipped to Mexico, known as La China Poblana.

Under the direction of renowned chef José Andrés and his ThinkFoodGroup, China Poblano continues a voyage, first dreamed by Christopher Columbus, that has connected East and West for the last five centuries.


Chinese New Year At China Poblano

Jan 5, 2017 » Comments
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Chinese New Year Celebration
January 27 – February 11, 2017

Join us for our Chinese New Year celebration, featuring unique, authentic dishes and cocktails dedicated to the year of the Rooster.

MENU
Every dish ends in .88 because 8 is a lucky number for the Chinese.

Good Fortune and Potato: $16.88
Sautéed dried oysters with mixed vegetables over creamy potato. Garnished with a lettuce leaf.
Story: Dried oysters represent wealth and prosperity. Dried oysters is “ho see” in Cantonese, which directly translates to “Good things to come.”

Happy New Year: $13.88
Fat choy (black moss) softened in iberico stock and rolled inside cucumber slices. Garnished with an iberico chip and soy vinaigrette
Story: Black moss is a delicacy in China. Due to the fact that it covers the earth and kills any vegetation beneath it, it is very difficult to harvest it and thus, is difficult to get ahold of. People traditionally like to eat it around New Year because it is a special ingredient.

Bountiful Treasure: $20.88
Fried sea cucumber with scallion, ginger, and oyster chicken stock.
Story: The sea cucumber (feng) is rich in mythological background. In Chinese folklore, Feng was an edible monster that resembles a lump of meat and magically grows back as quickly as it’s consumed. It is considered a very lucky ingredient/dish to eat.

Tied up for the Moment: $13.88
Tofu knots cooked in a red braise, wok-fried with shishito chiles, and finished with XO sauce.
Story: XO sauce is what ties this dish into the New Year celebration. This sauce is typically served to the middle class, as it takes the “top shelf of everything” to make it. It includes dried shrimp, dried scallops, dried fish, etc.

Definite Fortune: $18.88
Sautéed fresh abalone with edamame bean, wild mushroom, sesame oil and black truffle.
Story: Abalone is considered a luxury item and further fosters the idea of having wealth in the New Year.

More Things: $18.88
A plate including a variety of mini bites/desserts: a small crispy bun filled with apple; a soft dumpling filled with house-made red bean paste and rolled in sesame; an array of candies including ginger, lotus root, wintermelon, and peanuts.
Story: In Chinese culture, it’s traditional to visit with friends and family at their homes. Upon arrival, a candy is given to guests right when they arrive and right when they leave (for luck moving forward in the New Year).

Social Hour Now at China Poblano

May 3, 2016 » Comments
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Monday – Thursday
3:30 PM – 6 PM

Join us at the bar and in the living room stadium to enjoy our special menu, featuring $6 beers and wines, $7 micheladas, $9 cocktails and a selection of savory Chinese and Mexican bar bites for $2 – $8. Stop by and get a taste of what makes China Poblano one of Las Vegas’ most unique dining experiences.

Challenge your palate!

Nov 8, 2011 » Comments
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Tour the Cosmopolitan

Dec 20, 2010 » Comments
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Thanks to the Las Vegas Sun for posting this video tour of our new home, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: