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About Beijing Noodle Bar - Caesars Palace Las Vegas
The whopping 14-page menu at Beijing Noodle No. 9 means you'll never eat the same thing twice. Whether craving Chow Mein, fried rice or a Lychee martini, explore all the savory offerings listed. Walk through a dramatic entrance flanked by gigantic fish tanks and you'll immediately immerse yourself in the energy, reminiscent of the streets of Shanghai, Hong Kong or Beijing.
Las Vegas dining elegance meets authentic Oriental flavor under the direction of Executive Chef Li Yu. Along with a few Asian influences, a plethora of Northern Chinese signatures and specialties are found on the extensive menu. Beijing pancakes, won ton soup, fried rice, and dim sum of all kinds are top picks here, with your choice of vegetables, pork, chicken, seafood or beef. Noodles are a must for any Chinese hot spot and they're hand-made every night at Beijing Noodle No. 9. As a bonus for onlookers, the open kitchen chefs have been intensely trained on how to hand stretch noodles.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Asian, Contemporary Asian
Hours of Operation:
24 hours Daily
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Live noodle bar offers our guests to experience our traditional way to prepare hand stretched or knife shredded noodles.
Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Beijing Noodle No. 9 offers Northern Chinese cuisine in a friendly, casual atmosphere, suitable for any special event.
Beijing Noodle Bar - Caesars Palace Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
This place has some really good soups. They will even customize the soup to your liking. I did not see a chicken noodle soup offered on the menu so asked if I could substitute and they did so without a problem. I have tried a variety of items on the menu but keep coming back to the big bowls of steaming noodles and pork or beef. This is a real gem for late night dining. A place to come back to.
The restaurant is poorly designed and the ambiance and lighting is awful. Service was not friendly or helpful. There were small black gnats flying around our dinner that we were trying to kill throughout the meal. The food was good but not with the price. Would go back ever!
Fun to watch guy making noodles. Was expecting pork dumplings just like I've had in China. The pork was ok but the dough was terrible. Too thick and sticky and too el dente. Steamed in tin foil cups. I could only get 1 1/2 down. Husbands meal was average Kung Pao Chicken was average. Service was excellent and very attentive. Just don't expect the true Chinese Soup Dumpling Experience 😫
Noodles! They hand make all the noodles fresh and you can watch them do it there. My spouse and I ordered Chow Mein and a side of dumplings to share. The service was friendly and helpful regarding questions we had about the menu choices. A cute place with an entry of aquariums you pass to see the goldfish (not on the menu) glimmer is a very relaxing touch to the atmosphere. This is a fun little place!
We had a great lunch. It was the best general tso I have ever had. Our waiter was excellent and our drinks were never empty. The food was so fresh, but came shortly after we ordered. The inside of the restaurant is decorated in such an interesting way and it is so cool. We had an awesome experience.
Great place to have a late night dinner. The soups are delicious with top quality ingredients. It is a great place for watching the noodles being made and then enjoying them in some of the amazing dishes served. Will be back to enjoy more of this wonderful cuisine.
We walked by this restaurant and watched them hand pulling the noodles and were very excited to give them a try. We arrived and were immediately seated. It is decorated with large aquariums and an interesting ceiling. Waited about 10 minutes for our waiter to greet us. We asked for a bottle of wine that was on the menu and were told they didn't have any. So as we looked over the wine menu for a second choice he brought over the original choice and we were told "the bartender found a bottle for us". We ordered the barbecue steamed buns and the spring rolls. Both came our quickly. The buns were very good and there were 3 in the order. The spring rolls were very greasy and very average. Also 3 in an order. We ordered the soup with brisket and noodles in it and a Noodle, chicken and mushroom dish. The soup didn't have brisket but they used a chuck arm roast. It was flavorful and the noodles were great but the meat was so fatty. The other noodle dish was very good. When we finally saw our waiter we asked for dessert choices and he answered "we only have cheesecake and mochi". We both ordered the mochi and it was very delicious. Again searched for our waiter for the check and gave him our players card. He came back and told us he can't put the points on the player card and we need to take the receipt to the casino and have them add it. Our bill was 165.00 for two of us and we left hungry. Wine was only 40.00 of that bill. Service was very bad and we were disappointed. We will not be back.
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