EVERY GRAIN IS A DESTINATION FOR SIMPLE, HEALTHY AND FRESH IN DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS’ HISTORIC HUNTRIDGE NEIGHBORHOOD.
EVERY GRAIN IS A BOUTIQUE TAIWANESE-CHINESE LUNCH RESTAURANT, AND IS INSPIRED BY THE MEALS WE’VE ENJOYED, COOKED BY OUR PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS. THIS SPACE AIMS TO CONNECT NEIGHBORS AND BUILD COMMUNITY, WHILE SHARING OUR HERITAGE THROUGH FOOD AND HOSPITALITY.
WELCOME TO THE EVERY GRAIN FAMILY. WE LOOK FORWARD TO COOKING FOR YOU.
Simply incredible. My Grandmother would have been inspired by Sheridan Su's Grandmother. And vice versa Recipes from the heart ❤. Full of Tradition and Love and incredible ingredients. Served lto you like you are Honored Family by Jenny Wong What a way to celebrate and Honor the Festival of the Harvest Moon!
Amazing food by an amazing couple! Flew in from SF and was our second stop! The Dan Dan noodles and scallion pancakes and tofu salad are a must!
Was visiting vegas & before my trip saw this as a hidden gem on YouTube so I decided to try it and it didn’t disappoint, The service was great in this small family owned restaurant. The scallion pancakes w/ the citrus soy dip was so good mad that I didn’t get seconds to take home, it was light and crispy. The Dan Dan noodles were delicious & even great the next day. Finally the lou ru fan & Vietnamese iced coffee I wanted to order the whole menu, everything was worth the trip away from the strip. Get there early‼️
Every Grain is a humble, unpretentious shop serving delicious food from a small menu. I love this place, here's why: Having spent a lot of money at expensive 'fancy' restaurants in the strip and feeling thoroughly disappointed, I gave Every Grain a try, and I was so glad I did. Items tried were the Crispy Skin Chicken Lu Rou Fan, Dan Dan noodles, Sesame noodles, Scallion Pancake, and the Hainan Chicken Rice. Every dish was delicious, tasty, and affordable. Both the fried crispy skin chicken and the Hainan Chicken were very tender and well cooked, and I enjoyed the flavours and textures of the Every Grain rice blend. I also liked the iced Vietnamese coffee. Being a Singaporean, I think I can comment on the Hainan Chicken Rice with some authority. I was heartened to hear that Chef Sheridan Su spent 7 days in Singapore eating 32 dishes to learn about the food, before creating his own take on Chicken Rice. I think this alone says enough. The rice, while not quite the same as the Singaporean version, was absolutely delicious and hearty in its own way. The chicken was cooked perfectly, and I thought the soup and his own scallion and chilli sauces complemented the dish well. The rest of the dishes were excellent as well, and portioned generously for the price. The eatery is small and unassuming, and the front service is run by his wife Jenny Wong, who was very kind to us and made us feel right at home. As a result, Every Grain easily earns my 5 star rating. Highly Recommended.
You don’t understand chicken rice until you eat at Every Grain. The roast chicken skin is crispy, crunchy, thin, and bursting with perfectly seasoned flavor. It comes with a side of bright sierra orange sambal (mild chili sauce) and incredibly fragrant scallion oil sauce. The rice that comes with the dish is perfectly cooked to deliver the juices of the chicken into your mouth, leaving you full of satisfaction. Are you used to going to the gym and then forcing a chicken breast down your throat? No, go to Every Grain after your lifts and get those protein grains with pleasure, not pain. My plate easily had a solid 30g of clean protein. The previous night we had dinner at Mott 32 and ordered the so called esteemed apple wood roasted duck. For over $100 that duck could not even be classified in the same category of food as this humble but incredible plate of roast chicken. Everything about this chicken exceeded the over hyped dressed up chicken of Mott 32. If you’re actually looking for good food Every Grain is a hidden gem off the strip. The venue is like going to your relative’s kitchen and enjoying a meal cooked with both attention and excellent technique. If you think you know what good chicken tastes like, you better try this place too. Definitely coming back for the Hainanese chicken next time too. TLDR: this place has food that tastes better than some of the restaurants on the strip