This casual dining venue is located in the Bellagio , adjacent to the Baccarat Bar. Noodles is designed by Tony Chi and has a marble floor that is ... More
This casual dining venue is located in the Bellagio , adjacent to the Baccarat Bar. Noodles is designed by Tony Chi and has a marble floor that is etched with the origin of noodles themselves. They serve traditional noodles from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam and authentic Hong Kong style barbecue dishes.
Poor quality food!! I was staying at the Bellagio and had heard good reviews about this restaurant so I decided to eat there for dinner. The chicken in the Kung Pao and Mandarin Chicken noodles tasted old and the shrimp was precooked. I thought we were the only table who thought the food quality was poor, but the table next to us barely touched their food as well. I would have never expected this from a restaurant at the Bellagio and I would not recommend eating at Noodles. At the end of this horrible experience, a dinner for 4 cost $95!!
We stopped by for lunch, wanting to avoid the Bellagio's buffet - not so much that $20 for a buffet lunch is expensive, as the whole serve-yourself deal is bit of a pain. So Noodles was a fantastic alternative! In addition to their regular menu they had dim sum, so we pickily partook of the fried shrimp, pork buns, shu mai, and a strange but good turnip cake. All were comparable in quality to good SF or San Jose dim sum. In addition we had some above average veggie tempura and best of all, a curry-shrimp noodle dish that was absolutely fantastic. The decor and layout is fantastic, and the service was fine, although prices are way higher than the Bay Area as expected in the Bellagio. Recommended!
Right off the casino floor at Bellagio, we found Noodles to have some of the best dim sum we've ever had. The best items are the pastry items like the steamed pork buns & duck pastries. The most recent visit, we tried 14 different items and everyone at the table loved them all. Wonton wrapped shrimp, shrimp dumplings, pork & veggie dumplings, beef satay, scallion pancakes, pork buns, baked pork buns, duck pastry, shrimp balls, and more were all amazing! Great selection of beers, teas, etc. This is always a super place after a long night in Vegas to go have lunch. Only thing is, I've never had the noodles in any form... Kind of a serious omission given the name of the place.
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