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Tao specializes in Hong Kong Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisines, with a menu geared toward sharing. Most dishes come family-style, allowing you to pass plates around the table and to try the myriad of options you’ll see on the bistro and lounge menu. To start your meal, choose from small plates, such as lobster wontons with shiitake ginger broth, or order from the menu’s selection of soups, dumplings, spring rolls, barbecue dishes and tempura options. For mains, the Las Vegas restaurant’s menu offers “noble treasures from the sea,” including the signature sea bass; “from the sky,” such as the Peking duck for two; and “from the land,” including the wasabi-crusted filet mignon with tempura onion rings. A “from the sides” entrée section offers vegetarian-friendly dishes such as the spicy hoi yin eggplant, while “sophisticated noodles and rice” includes options such as pad Thai noodles. You can also choose from a menu of sushi and sashimi, with basic rolls such as the sake salmon to the special rolls, including the crispy soft shell crab roll with yuzu mayonnaise. Spanning a vast range of cultures, Tao’s menu combines tastes of China, Japan and Thailand to bring to you a menu filled with exotic flavors and ingredients you won’t find anywhere else — at least all under one roof.