D’ Pinoy Joint – A Filipino Restaurant in Las Vegas, Nevada

I visited Las Vegas for the 3rd time last July 6-8, 2016 with my daughter Krystal (it’s her 2nd time in Vegas. We were here last July 2015 with my aunt Helen). This time, I was not in the mood to walk in the Strip, but just wanted to go to the Las Vegas sign and the Red Rock Canyon and have pictures which, fortunately, was materialized.  Special thanks to my dear friend Valentine Cube for driving us to the Red Rock Canyon and the Las Vegas Sign and Austin for keeping us company.

On our way to the Red Rock Canyon, we passed by a Filipino Restaurant and decided to have our lunch there when we get back as I am dying to eat rice (ugh!)


It was around 1 pm when we arrived at D’ Pinoy Joint in 6829 West Flamingo Street, Las Vegas.  We were hungry as we only have light breakfast before heading to Red Rock Canyon and was so thirsty because it was very hot as in very hot. Hey, I know right, what should I expect, it’s summer.




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They have this Combo Special served between 11 am – 4 pm (Monday to Friday)

I ordered my favorite Bistek (beef steak) and Filipino’s all time favorite halo-halo overload for dessert (shared with Krystal, just saying because you might think I devoured this whole delicious treat.)
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My daughter Krystal orderedthe Lechon Kawali


Valentine and Austin ordered Fishball, Tempura and Pork Barbecue meal


The food was amazingly delectable.  What do you expect when your taste buds were satisfied with the food? Yeah! We went there again for our dinner.
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I ordered Bulalo as I was craving for hot soup that night.

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My favorite Banana Turon for dessert and Buko Pandan for Krystal.


And again for lunch before me and my daughter head to New York and my friends back to San Francisco.

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We had about the same food except that this time I had Humba meal and Coconut water.  Other pictures were at Krystal’s Ipod. (shoots!)


Lumpia Shanghai was served for free! wohooo!

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The awesome people behind D’ Pinoy Joint.

One more time before we go – smile!

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Overall, we enjoyed the mouth-watering food served on D’ Pinoy Joint. Their food is not only delicious and so home-made but also very affordable. You don’t feel being short-changed as it is worth the penny.

If you happen to visit Las Vegas on your next vacation, do visit D’ Pinoy Joint restaurant at 6820 West Flamingo Las Vegas NV 89103 with telephone number 1.7087176328 and enjoy the Filipino food and their hospitality.





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