Lotus of Siam has actually found a new location to open while its original Commercial Center area is being repaired after its roof collapsed due to heavy rain in September. The famous Thai restaurant is planning to resume company in the first week of November at 620 E. Flamingo Road, the former home of Roy’s Dining establishment near the corner of Flamingo and Paradise.
“This is the closest location for all of our visitors that can be found in from out of town,” states manager Cent Chutima. The second Lotus will be just minutes from the Strip, whereas the 19-year-old original is further north at Sahara Avenue near Maryland Parkway.
Chutima had actually formerly told Las Vegas Weekly that the Vegas restaurant organization was trying to find a short-term space, today the plan is to resume the original Lotus as soon as possible and continue operating both locations. She stated the exact same full menu will be served at the new area.
The Flamingo website’s seating capacity and square video footage are a bit smaller sized, however there are 3 private dining-room and the possibility of using a full bar, so the operators are considering later hours there. No word yet on when the initial Lotus might reopen.