Thursday, November 11th 2021
Yelp – Top 50 places to eat in Las Vegas 2021
This is a list of the top Places to Eat in Las Vegas for 2021. Yelp identified the top businesses in the food and restaurant categories then ranked those spots using a number of factors including the total volume and ratings of reviews between January 1st, 2021 and October 26th, 2021.
Thursday, September 9th 2021
Wonder Women of Metro Luncheon
Ken and Kitty Heck (Owner/Operators) of Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar support the The Wonder Women of Metro Luncheon as Empowerment Sponsors. The Luncheon celebrates and recognizes female leadership in law enforcement and in our communities and benefits the LVMPD Foundation as a reminder to appreciate the Wonder Women in our lives who are dedicated to public safety and our community.
Tuesday, August 17th 2021
Inaugural Beer Garden Event to benefit the Women of Metro
Hear Managing Partner, Kitty Heck, tell the story of how Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar first met the Women of Metro through a chance meeting while their budding restaurant was under attack. A little over a year later, Chinglish identifies the opportunity to give back. The event raised over $15,000 for the foundation.
Oct 2, 2019
Cantonese Dishes With Western Influences Head to Boca Park
The menu combines classic Cantonese preparations with Western influences, with inspiration from “Macau, India, Singapore” thrown in. An early proposal revealed that each dish would arrive with “its own wine pairing, served on unique handmade stone pottery”
Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar Close to a Debut at Boca Park
Operating two destinations inside the 2,027-square-foot former home of The Melting Pot, the Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar will sit next door to sibling restaurant, Kosher Chinglish, at the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Merialdo Lane.
January 21, 2021
Where to Eat in Las Vegas Right Now
Don’t sleep on this one. Chinglish (a name inspired by the family-owned business’ blend of Chinese and Western cultures) may seem like a trendy, contemporary hangout for the Summerlin crowd, but take a look through the long horizontal window that separates the kitchen from the dining room.