With one of the most extensive menus of any Las Vegas Restaurant, Blossom is a must-try destination for transcendent Chinese cuisine.

Helmed by Chef Chi Kwun Choi, winner of the Epicurean Award for Best Chinese Restaurant in Las Vegas, their famous 100-dish menu showcases culinary excellence from start to finish.

Pair this with their sophisticated ambiance and stunning decor and you’re sure to have a night to remember. 

Below, you’ll find an exploration of everything Blossom offers, from the atmosphere to the menu to the dress code and beyond, so you know exactly what to expect and arrive fully prepared.

Looking to make a reservation for an upcoming visit to Blossom Restaurant in the Aria? Blossom uses the Sevenrooms restaurant reservation platform. Make your reservation today!

100-Dish Line-Up of Beijing and Hong Kong Cuisine 

The carefully curated 100-dish menu at Blossom features an array of classic and cutting-edge cuisine from Beijing and Hong Kong.

From their famous Peking Duck to hot pot to live seafood, they’ve got something to please any palate. 

The following sections take an in-depth look at each section of Blossom’s menu and highlight signature dishes to ensure you won’t miss out on any house specialties or favorites.

The Menu at Blossom in the Aria

Blossom Restaurant Menu – Aria Las Vegas


Starting with the appetizers, Blossom offers a wide range of authentic and inspired dishes that you won’t want to miss, like the Crispy Fried Shrimp On White Toast.

A screenshot of various appetizer dishes from Blossom Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Loved by regulars, it comes with butterfly-cut shrimp on fried toast with mayonnaise and sweet and sour sauce. I strongly recommend starting with this plate.

However, their classic options, like Egg Rolls, Pot Stickers, and Lettuce Wraps, also make excellent choices. 


Blossom’s soup selections include authentic Chinese favorites such as Hot and Sour, Wor Wonton, Chicken Corn Chowder, and a Tofu with Assorted Mushrooms soup that vegetarians love.

If you are in the mood for something more exclusive, they also prepare a Hong Kong-Style Soup of the Day that highlights the chefs’ culinary expertise.   


Blossom has a sprawling seafood selection that serves as the menu’s centerpiece. Their dishes prioritize using only the freshest seafood, and many plates are sourced live from their tanks on-site.

A screenshot of various seafood dishes from Blossom Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

With lobster, crab, scallops, clam, prawn, shrimp, and an array of fish options, you will surely find your favorites, plus a whole lot more. 

The Hong Kong-style Maine Lobster is a house specialty. It is prepared in several ways to suit your preference, but the most popular is fried with garlic and pepper.

A screenshot of various seafood entrees from Blossom Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The menu also includes Lobster Tail served with varying regional sauces and flavors. 

If you like shrimp, Blossom will not disappoint. They feature an abundance of delectable shrimp plates like Steamed Jumbo Shrimp, Cantonese Shrimp with Lobster Sauce, Walnut Shrimp, and more.

Or, if you’re in the mood for fish, the Crispy Fried Chilean Sea Bass is another house specialty.


The meat section of the menu is home to Blossom’s most sought-out dish, the Peking Duck.

This house specialty is served with cucumber, scallions, hoisin sauce, and wraps or steamed buns. The tender meat comes with perfectly crisped skin and is carved tableside for your enjoyment.

A screenshot of various meat entrees from Blossom Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

This part of the menu also includes an array of pork, beef, lamb, duck, and chicken plates, all of which feature delectable authentic Chinese flavors.

From Cantonese-Style Fried Chicken to Mongolian Beef to Twice Cooked Pork, you really can’t go wrong.

If you enjoy spicy foods, the Spicy Shredded Pork with Firm Tofu and Pepper is another stand-out selection. 

Fried Rice 

The fried rice plates at Blossom include premium ingredients and outstanding flavor combinations.

They offer familiar options like Vegetable Fried Rice and Yang Chow Fried Rice, as well as unique compilations like Egg White and Dried Scallop Fried Rice.

I recommend the Foo Jian-Style Fried Rice with diced chicken, abalone, duck, scallops, shrimp, Chinese broccoli stalk, and brown gravy. 


At Blossom, noodles make the perfect addition to your meal’s entree selections. The most versatile noodle dish is the Chow Mein.

It comes with your choice of noodles and protein, including all the usuals and an array of seafood, allowing for a level of customization that ensures complete satisfaction. 

If you can handle a bit of heat, the Singapore Vermicelli is my top recommendation. It is prepared with shrimp, BBQ pork, veggies, and curry powder.

Other noodle dishes include Chow Fun and Braised E-Fu Noodles with Diced Scallops and Enoki Mushrooms.

A screenshot of various noodle and clay pot dishes from Blossom Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Clay Pot 

Regulars and new visitors alike love Blossom’s authentic clay pot dishes.

The Ox Tail hot pot, another one of Blossom’s house specialties, features intense, savory flavors and comes with carrots, celery, and tomatoes. 

The Natural Nine also makes a great choice if you want to try an abundance of flavors in one dish.

It comes braised or with broth and contains abalone, fish maw, lobster tail, sea cucumber, chicken wings, duck feet, yam noodles, cabbage, and mushrooms.

Other clay pot options include Spicy Eggplant with Shredded Pork, Spicy Chicken, and Shrimp Paste Romaine Lettuce.  


Lastly, Blossom offers a collection of savory, zesty vegetable dishes prepared with rich sauces and tasty spices.

These plates are great for vegetarians and vegans but also make an excellent addition to meat-centric entrees shared at the table. 

In addition to standard Chinese selections like Ma Po Tofu, Chinese Broccoli, and String Beans, they also prepare more unique options such as Pea Leaves and Braised Bai Ling Mushrooms with Baby Bok Choy. 


If you choose to imbibe, Blossom has a full bar stocked with spirits, beer, and wine.

A screenshot of cocktails and desserts from Blossom Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Their drink menu is carefully curated to compliment your meal and, like the cuisine, includes options for any taste.

With classic specialty cocktails, wines by the glass or bottle, and more, the bar provides highly appealing selections, regardless of your preference.

Reservations at Blossom Restaurant

Blossom Chinese Restaurant in the Aria uses the Sevenrooms restaurant reservation platform, making it easy for diners to find availability, make a reservation, receive confirmation, and edit or cancel a reservation if plans change. 

You can log into Sevenrooms using a Facebook or Google account or just make a reservation as a guest.

Enjoy an Elegant Atmosphere and Refined Ambiance 

Blossom’s extravagant decor forms a cosmopolitan atmosphere perfect for a refined night out.

The interior design features exquisite latticing, delicate cherry blossom wallpaper, impressive chandeliers, and the utmost attention to detail.

A screenshot of the entrance, dining areas, ambiance, and atmosphere at Blossom Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The decor also pays tribute to authentic Chinese culture by incorporating a birdcage motif, symbolizing sophistication and style.

Overall, the exquisite decor and elevated vibe create the perfect setting for an unforgettable dining experience. If you prefer a more exclusive meal, they also have two private dining rooms. 

Things To Know About Blossom in the Aria Hotel 

Location: From the casino floor, head towards the Poker Room on the left-hand walkway. Take a left at the walkway by Radiance, and Blossom will be on the left next to Baccarat.  

Hours of Operation: 

  • Thursday-Monday – 5:00 PM-10:30 PM
  • Tuesday & Wednesday – Closed
  • Hours subject to change

Dress Code: Business casual attire is required at Blossom. Tank tops, shorts, sports apparel, and open-toed shoes are prohibited. Dressy, elegant clothing and polo or collared shirts are recommended.  

Price: For couples, a meal with appetizers, entrees, and cocktails will cost approximately $200 to $350. 

Please Note: Children under the age of 6 are only permitted in a private dining room.

MGM Rewards Dining Perks: The Aria is a part of MGM Resorts, so if you’re an MGM Rewards member, you can earn or redeem points for dining at Blossom. MGM Rewards membership is free. You can find more information here at MGM Resorts – MGM Rewards.

Blossom in Summary

The moment you enter Blossom, your senses are dazzled with mesmerizing aromas and a feast for the eyes. From the lavish decor to the impressive 100-dish line-up, prepare to be nothing short of amazed.

I hope this in-depth review was helpful, and thanks for checking us out here at the Las Vegas Report!

If you’re looking for more dining options at this amazing resort, check out our complete guide to restaurants in the Aria.