Fuhu is, primarily, an Asian restaurant serving modern, contemporary interpretations of classic dishes, with elevated cocktails, a superb brunch menu, and outdoor-indoor dining.
However, while Fuhu’s specialty might be modern Asian eats, if you (or people you’re traveling with) aren’t into Asian cuisine, you’ll still find something to tempt your tastebuds on this menu.
Alongside the Asian favorites, there are more low-key, familiar options that might appeal to diners who typically prefer modern American cuisine.
So, what can you expect when you book a table at this restaurant situated within Resorts World Las Vegas? Here’s everything you need to know.
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What to Order at Fuhu at Resorts World Las Vegas
As mentioned, Fuhu offers brunch, but also dinner and an impressive craft cocktail list. We’ll be focusing mostly on the dinner menu for this review, but we’ll also touch on brunch options at the end, just in case you think you’d like to try the brunch offerings on a Saturday morning or afternoon.
The Menus at Fuhu
Appetizers and Starters
The appetizers and starters on the Fuhu menu are adorably referred to as Tiger Bites. These options include a range of dumplings and light bites, as well as meat-based appetizers for the carnivores in your group.
As for signatures that you’ll want to be sure that you try, go for the signature black pepper beef, or the Fuhu fried chicken, which comes covered in a chili glaze and sprinkled with scallions. For the vegans (and Fufu’s vegan options are pretty impressive and numerous, as you’ll soon see, especially for a restaurant that’s not vegan-focused), there’s a vegan chick’n larb, aka gardein, the plant-based chicken lookalike made from soy, wheat, pea protein, and grains, served with a citrus vinaigrette.
In addition to the Tiger Bites, the Fuhu menu also includes a selection of raw options, like tartare and ceviche, as well as rolls, nigiri, and sashimi.
Soups and Salads
The very few soups and salads that you’ll find on this menu just include some basics that you could find on just about any menu throughout Vegas. Think a kale salad (with really the only stand-out ingredients being crispy yuba and a truffle vinaigrette) and a typical bibb lettuce salad. If deciding between a soup and salad, you’d be better off going with the soup, as the cashew cauliflower soup is far more interesting.
Entrees and Other Specialities
Entrees are split into three sections: Duck, Land, or Sea. Of course, the Duck section includes duck-based dishes, with three options, including the signature Fuhu aromatic crispy duck, served with cucumber, leeks, hoisin sauce, sesame, and pancakes.
The Land section of the menu is where you’ll find a few vegan selections, as well as a few options that might be more approachable for those diners who aren’t keen on Asian cuisine. There’s an array of various steak cuts and styles. If you want to stick with the Fuhu signature menu items, though, try the sticky lamb chop.
The Sea section of the menu includes a few basic seafood dishes that you might expect, like pan-seared scallops and king crab tempura. However, if you want to splurge, you can go for the shellfish tower, stacked with oysters, lobster salad, jumbo shrimp, and king crab, and served with Dom Perignon.
Like the appetizers, aka the Tiger Bites, the desserts here also come with a fun, cutesy name: Tiger Treats. Go for something unique, like the crispy, Milky Way-wrapped wontons, served with strawberry and chocolate sauces. Or, if you want something vegan, try the pineapple baked Alaska, with a faux meringue.
Drinks and Cocktails
On the drink menu, you can choose from a range of spirits, beers, and wines, as well as coffees and teas. However, the highlight is the craft cocktails. You’ll have a range of inventive drinks to choose from, but one of the top favorites is The Zedd, made with Jack Daniel’s, campari, falernum, and grapefruit, before being dusted with cinnamon. The Fuhu Haiku is also a favorite; it’s the restaurant’s take on a lychee cocktail.
You won’t regret spending your brunch hours at Fuhu, if you happen to swing by on a Saturday early afternoon. The simplified brunch menu includes a few salads, rolls, and dim sum, items you can’t get on the regular dinner menu. If you want something a little bit closer to a traditional breakfast meal, try the breakfast sandwich, Nutella french toast, steak and eggs, or prime short rib benedict.
Reservations at Fuhu Restaurant
Fuhu Restaurant in Resorts World uses the Opentable restaurant reservation platform, making it easy for diners to find availability, make a reservation, receive confirmation, and edit/cancel a reservation if plans change.
Opentable doesn’t require you to create an account, but if you do, you can earn points each time you make a reservation and complete your dining experience. Points can be redeemed for various perks including Amazon Gift Cards!
What to Expect: Ambiance and Setting
Just like its menu, the Fuhu dining room is lively and high-energy, with a space that’s as modern as it comes, while also incorporating some retro vibes and without completely forgoing the restaurant’s Asian roots. You’ll find both indoor and outdoor dining are available.
Things to Know About Fuhu at Resorts World Las Vegas
Location: Fuhu is located near the resort’s Plaza Entrance, within the area dubbed The District. If you come into the resort at the Plaza Entrance, you’ll find the restaurant is nearly directly in front of you, but if you’re coming from the casino floor, just walk past Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge (going away from the Resorts World Theatre) and to the right, into The District. Walk all the way to the end of this area, where you’ll find the Plaza Entrance at your left and Fuhu at your right.
Hours of Operation:
- Sunday–Thursday, 5 p.m.–11 p.m.
- Friday–Saturday, 5 p.m.–12 a.m.
- Saturday Brunch, 12 p.m.–3 p.m.
- Hours subject to change
Dress Code: Casual, upscale dress; think nice jeans and tops, no t-shirts or flip-flops.
Price: You can expect a full dinner meal, including an appetizer, entree, dessert, and one cocktail, to cost approximately $90–$250 per person, not inclusive of gratuities.
Genting Rewards Dining Perks: Resorts World Las Vegas has a player’s rewards program that offers all kinds of benefits including those for dining if you’re a member. Membership is free. You can find more information here at Genting Rewards.
Fuhu in Summary
For a dining experience that offers modern, fresh, new takes on Asian cuisine, plus a few menu items for the less adventurous and more traditional diners in your crew, you can easily rely on Fuhu to deliver. Thanks for reading The Las Vegas Report!
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