Two of my favorite cuisines are Thai and Chinese, so I hit the jackpot when I scored an interview with Chef Jet Tila at his swanky Asian-fusion bistro, Wazuzu at Encore in Las Vegas!
Clearly, the new Encore and Wynn resorts are the Beverly Hills of Las Vegas. And you won’t find a Keno girl, $1.99 hot dog n’ coffee special or even bacon on the menu at Wazuzu. But if you want an amazing Asian-fusion dining experience, Chef Jet and Wazuzu will blow your mind! Watch Viva Wazuzu to see for yourself!
MAKE CHEF JET’S NOODLES AT HOME!
You might not have a 250,000 BTU Pow Wok in your kitchen, but that doesn’t mean you can’t try Chef Jet’s Drunken Noodles at home! Huge thanks to Chef Jet for sharing his delicious Drunken Noodle recipe… Always bet on Jet!
Link to the Viva Wazuzu video.
Link to the Drunken Noodle recipe.
brenda t. says
Dry Hooping? What in the world? Betty you are too much. Looks like Vegas was a blast. glad to see your posting again I was getting worried about ya.
Oh wow! Las Vegas isn’t too far from LA, is it? I ADORE drunken noodles…Thank you so much for the home recipe! I always thought it was impossible without a good wok!
Vegas looks like so much fun! That drunken noodle recipe sounds insanely good. Thanks to the chef for sharing.
Also, all of those recipes of yours that others made look great. Mimicry is the best compliment a chef can receive!
Ben Nelson says
This recipe looks to die for! I would love to go to that restaurant sounds like the demon “Pazuzu” from the Exorcist II!
You and Vegas seem to have something going on!!
What a wonderful opportunity and a fantastic looking dish! I love those Chinese and Thai food too and especially love flat rice noodles. Yum!
Average Betty says
Worried? About me? Shucks… thanks. I did have some family obligations to attend to so I couldn’t update my site as soon as I wanted. Dryhooping is fun, easy and free! The best dance craze ever!
Vegas is pretty close to LA, a 3-4 hour drive. If you try Jet’s “at home” noodles let me know how they turn out!!
Hi Joanne! Thanks for the sweet words. I’m with you – I am always so flattered when people try my recipes! When they send in pictures, it’s all the better!
Hi Ben!GO TO WAZUZU! You won’t be disappointed! LOL… nothing about the actual dining experience that will make you think of The Exorcist, I promise!
Hey Sippity! I heart Vegas :)
Hi gaga! Mmm. Chinese and Thai are my faves! It was a fun day and a tasty dish!
So bummed I missed it! We’ll have to make plans for next year. Glad you rocked the dryhooping! You make me proud!
Carolyn Jung says
I love chow fun noodles to begin with. But in a dish with “drunken” in its name? Even better! ;)
MMMmm I love flat noodles so much — this looks awesome I will definitely have to stop by here when I make my way to vegas. it looks like you had a blast!
Cajun Chef Ryan says
Those noodles are wonderful, wanting a big dish of those now!