Chinese, Karaoke, Barbeque
Price Range : $11-30 ($$)
Cool Bar is the best place to spend your leisure time tasting delicious food and enjoying the nice atmosphere. After visiting our restaurant you will definitely have a wish to come back!
Adress: 4350 Spring Mountain Rd Ste 118-119, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Phone: (702) 930-9999
- list_altTakes ReservationsYes
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForDinner, Late Night
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- music_noteGood For DancingNo
- local_barAlcoholBeer & Wine Only
- turned_in_notGood For Happy HourNo
- calendar_todayBest NightsSat, Sun
- control_cameraCoat CheckNo
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
- turned_in_notDogs AllowedNo
- turned_in_notWaiter ServiceNo
This place popped up when I searched for cheung fun. While we didn't catch it on the menu, the food was fricken delicious. What impressed me the most about their menu was the duck tongue. They have an iPad menu which can be a good and bad thing. But in case you're limited to English, they have staff that can speak it for you. And that's probably the best indicator that the food is gonna be GOOD. As a newbie, I didn't realize you are supposed to order food to grill. We ended up getting a bunch of a la carte dishes that were still really good. We asked for fried chicken knuckles and they provided a popcorn chicken equivalent. Pork intestine skewered which come either as a 6 or 20 count. We went 20 and the spice level can be adjusted to your liking. The lamb skewers also hit the spot and had really good fatty pieces on them. And to keep it light, we had an order of fried kang kong with garlic. Even if we skipped on the rice the food was full of flavor and probably calls for it. Totally optional though since we skipped it and had to roll out of there full. Have to come back to try the grilling, duck tongue skewers, and abalone. Also the hibiscus berry drink was very refreshing. Super satisfied!
Food quality and taste went down dramatically, compared to before.
The yangzhou fried rice was missing some major ingredients and tasted like pure msg. Guobao pork had too much vinegar. Skewers were served lukewarm and definitely grill for too long without enough heat, texture was hard. And I waited for the lamb skewers at least 30 minutes before I made them realize that they have totally forgotten to serve it.
Lack of service, took me 10 minutes to flag down a waitress for the check, then proceeded to forget to process and return my credit card.
I had been here for 10+ time, service was never great but also never got to this low point. Not recommended, not coming back.
I don't see how this place has any good review. It really lacks flavor and spices. Everything was very plain tasting.I wouldn't recommend.
I think this place is more of a 3.5 than a 4 star, but I think there's some better stuff than what I ordered - so I'd be willing to try it again. The atmosphere was very "cool" and chill, tables were clean, waitresses were attentive. The menu is literally on a photo album on an ipad... I guess it works. By the way, someone else posted a lobster on yelp but it's not on the menu .. don't know where it came from but it looked really good.
Just looking around at the other tables, it looked like the most popular dish was the grilled fish. Unfortunately we did not get to try it - it looked like too much food for the two of us. What we were there for was the skewers - and we did get to try several different ones.
Just a warning for those who aren't too familiar with this food - it is szechuan style, so yes, it's supposed to be spicy. If you don't like spicy, they can make some stuff less / or no spicy but you won't get the full experience.
Picked cucumber - I liked it a lot, it was loaded with garlic and cilantro. It was very refreshing especially in between some spicy skewers - great side dish.
Beef Tendon - it was "ok", it's a little on the tougher side but that's how it's supposed to be - but I was expecting it to be spicy - it was definitely more salty than spicy.
Skewers - Lamb, Sausage, Shrimp, Chicken wings and Fish cake - all EXCELLENT! The only real disappointing one was the corn - it was way overcooked and too dry - couldn't even eat it.
Yelp tip - bring a friend, get the spicy fish, a few skewers, and the pickled cucumbers. Also, I don't know if they serve rice or not - nobody offered. It'd probably be really good with the fish.
We went here on a late Friday.
The private karaoke room was way too loud and had very little sound insulation. The people inside kept going in and out and as a result the door was never closed and we were forced to listen to someone's drunk solos. They were on key I guess but nevertheless it was unneeded commotion.
The skewers were okay. Nothing exceptional, just okay. The corn and the sausage was super good though.
We also ordered a whole 香辣 tilapia fish. It came in a big metal pot with a fair amount of gel fuel underneath that kept the soup boiling. The fire is well protected but you should still not put your hand on any part of the lower metal parts.
Overall the atmosphere was what you would expect from a bar, but it was way too distracting with the karaoke. The waiters also know little to no english.