Ku Noodle - SLS Las Vegas
2535 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109Neighborhood:
AsianPrice: $30 and under
Ku Noodle - SLS Las Vegas
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://slslasvegas.com/kunoodle
- Phone: 7027617615x
- Hours of Operation:
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Asian, Chinese
- Executive Chef: José Andrés
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Takeout, Wheelchair Access
A word from Ku Noodle - SLS Las Vegas
Between the guest lobby and casino of SLS Las Vegas, the gleaming graphics, heady aromas and vibrant energy of Ku Noodle draw you in like a magnet. A homage by Chef José Andrés and his team to the rich and varied flavors of Asian cuisine, this casual eatery showcases front and center the artistry of handmade noodles and siu mai dumplings. Catch a glimpse of the magic through a window looking in from the casino, and take in the full spectacle of the open kitchen from the restaurant’s intimate dining room. Ku Noodle also features soups, salads, and other Asian specialties, complemented by innovative cocktails and other libations.Continued
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Ku Noodle - SLS Las Vegas reviews from OpenTable diners
16 reviews since June 4, 2014
- Ambiance2.9Noise LevelModerate
good for groups (5)great for lunch (4)hot spot (4)fit for foodies (3)late-night find (3)special occasion (1)Show More
- Needs helpfoodguyVIPDined on 9/17/2014Service pretty poor,no pre bus table mantence,service rushed and never saw the server after dishes were served. Small portions,not well executed dishes, very limited selections, pretty pricy for no reason.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best Noodles in a while...LucyDined on 9/7/2014We had both great service and amazing food. The bartender gave us multiple recommendations based on specialties of the house and our preferences. We chose the Watermelon radish salad, Dan Dan Mein, and La Mein Lo Mein to share. We chose the noodle dishes because they were homemade. All of the dishes were amazing. The standout was really the Dan Dan Mein, which I think I am going to have to go back for! The combination of ingredients were well balanced to deliver the perfect combination of noodles, sauce, pork, spice, and crunch. The cocktails were great too!Special Features:
- Too little for too muchHawkeyeDined on 8/30/2014There was only 1 dish which was pulled noodles. It was overpriced and noisy.Special Features:
- Still getting their sea legs206inthe702Dined on 8/30/2014We are big Jose Andre fans so decided to try this new place for a late lunch. The ambiance is very bright & cheery but the layout makes noise amplify (the restaurant was barely half full due to the odd hour & it was very loud inside). The staff is VERY eager to please- so much so, they were overhelpful to the point of annoying like I have never experienced. We had 5 different servers rotate around our table so we were visited, on average, every five minutes to offer another beer, take our plates still-full plates away, offer another beer, ask if we wanted to order another dish, offer another beer, take our still-full plates away, offer another beer...you get the idea. The food was good but not outstanding. We will stick with China Poblano.Special Features:
- OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 8/25/2014Ordered the won ton soup with vegetables. It came in a big bowl but the soup took up only about 3 inches in the bottom. For vegetables I got 2 small sprigs of broccoli. Very disappointed. The server was very good though.Special Features:
- OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 8/24/2014Small portions for the price. Food was salted to death.
- Meh.....timberVIPDined on 8/24/2014Decor of a diner, nothing special but nothing to whine about either. Service was fine, again nothing special. Dim sum, pretty bland except for pork/scallop and that was too fishy. Crispy pork boa bun was good, a different approach and it worked. Lo mein was best dish, well made. They were out of Sapporo, odd for a noodle house but first weekend open so I guess I understand. Expensive for what it is, so-so food in an ok setting. We're locals and I have to say once was enough.
- Take a taxi to ChinatownAiboERS7VIPDined on 8/23/2014The menu is limited. But the prices are not. Well, let me quote what we were told when we sat down "Restaurant is a concept of an asian cuisine." Folks, read between the lines: What you are about to eat is not exactly what a traditional asian cooking is AND we have the liberty to charge you an average of 5x of what you would pay at an excellent asian noodle house. Two entrees I order off the menu were NOT available with some excuses as "chef" has not prepared the sauce or we "do not have" the right equipment to make what you ordered. Seriously, take a less than 10 minute taxi ride to Chinatown on Spring Mountain Rd and eat at dozens of establishments that rivals the best in Asia and for a 5x less cost. Ku Noodle lunch for two was $132.00.
- Over HypedLisaNDined on 8/23/2014Very disappointed. Shrimp and Pork Siu Mai had little flavor and no seasoning. The Superior Wonton Soup tasted more like water from Lake Superior. I ordered the soup recommended by the server but was then informed the soup was not available. I saw John Curtis a local food critic there eating with Andy Wang, if they give this place a good review we know they were comped. I will stick with my favorites on Spring Mountain , which is a shame because I can walk here from my condo .
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