Beijing Noodle No. 9 - Caesars Palace Las Vegas
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.
Friday – Saturday: 10am – 2am
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Quality has gone down from when I was there a few years ago. Beef shank with noodle soup tasted like the broth was made with better than boullion cubes, not the depth of flavor from a bone broth soup. Noodles were still done well, but missed the braised pork belly from years past. The goldfish tanks look worse for wear, less goldfish and the mirror finish inside tank is coming off. Was sadly dissapointmented.
Food was great- nice flavor, portion size fit our needs, server was spectacular. However. hostess needed some serious training in customer service - we had a reservation for 6 but 1 couple couldn't make it. Because we only had 4 people (even though we had a reservation - they would not seat us because we only had 4 people instead of 6), we were told we had to be put on a "4 person table" waiting list that was about an hour wait. Or "We" could make the effort to find another couple (2 people) to make our original 6 to be seated right away (which we did) otherwise we had to wait at least an hour. Short version.... don't make a reservation unless you can guarantee 100% that your number of people on the reservation will be there. Otherwise your reservation means nothing!
Much too noisy with less than average food and a service below par. To avoid.
One of our favorite places to eat while in Vegas. Never disappoints and this time was no exception. We started our meal with the pork belly--very delicious. I had the sea bass and my husband had the duck and pickle soup. Both were very good. The service was swift and is always attentive.
The soup dumplings were the best thing on the menu that we tried. Everything else was average at best. Not worth going back to. The service was ok. But I felt like I was at an average Chinese restaurant.
Their food is very authentic!
The fresh pulled noodle soup is wonderful!
The prawns, OMG, THE BEST Walnut Prawns EVER!!!
A Must every time I’m in Vegas!
We chose Beijing Noodle house because of the reviews. Unfortunately I was not very happy with the experience. The food was not great, and the prices were much too high for the portion sizes and quality. Our server rarely came around.
I think there are much better options in Vegas, this one I would not recommend.
All noodles are made onsite. A must have! Very good! I will return
Fresh made noodle dishes. Menu contains something for all Chinese tastes. Bright and well lit. Noodle bar seating is available. Just off the casino floor.
Phenomenal dishes that are flavorful and hot. Wwe have been coming here for years and have never been disappointed. The salt and pepper shrimp, noodles and Kung Pao are my favorite.
Food was spectacular as always. We had the soup Dumplings, Lobster with garlic and scallions, Duck Fried Rice and Eggplant. Perfectly prepared.
Service was less than desirable. We were sat in the entrance way with all traffic and several tables had reserved on them and not one was used during our meal. There was absolutely no personality by anyone. Our glass of water was never refilled.
We are locals and went out of our way to celebrate our 13th anniversary there. We got no acknowledgement nor dessert which we received at most fine dining establishments when celebrating a special occasion.
Awesome food and drinks, and a great place relax with friends!
Food was overpriced for the quality
We went there for a anniversary meal. We ordered Chicken fried rice that was so cold that it tasted like the Chicken just came out of the refrigerator, so it wasn’t made there. It had no scallions or scrambled egg just rice and Chicken. THEY HEATED IT UP FOR US I AM ASSUMING IN A MICROWAVE. That was not a good experience. Our other Chicken entree was just OK.
Unique and chic restaurant with overpriced food. The wok fired chowmein and Kung Pao Chicken was inferior to Panda Express. The service was great but with so many cuisine options in Vegas, it does not merit my return.
As the description mentions, their menu is huge, but they deliver!
Best kept secret on the strip! The Dan Dan Noodles are a must have, but everything tastes great. The pricing is amazingly low and the portions are big.
Certainly one of the worst Open Table experiences we've had. Though the food was decent, it was WAY overpriced and lacked creativity. The service seemed generally uninterested; get in, get out. The server talked me out of a dish, claiming I wouldn't like it because it would be too soupy and had no taste!
Open Table should take a closer look at this restaurant as it falls short of Open Table's commitment to fine establishments.
Delicious food. Great service General Tso like you never had before.
It was a very good place to eat and our meals were very tasty
Food was very good....it was very noisy however. I asked for Preseco but they were out of it.
The ambiance is non-existent but the food is so tasty! Don't spend your money on signature cocktails. Not worth it! But the food is incredible. It has the feel of a diner or ice cream parlor.
Food is always great but service is not good. They never come back to check on you.
We used to live in Shanghai and have been craving good Chinese food since we moved here. The pork xiaolongbao were delicious although the skins were a little thick, the vegetable fried rice and the vegetarian egg rolls were spectacular. But, honestly, 1 cocktail, 1 mocktail, and 4 appetizers for $100 on top of parking? Well, that’s just stupid.
No very impressed at all. Pricey for below average quality food...and NO atmosphere. Pretty much a cafeteria.
My Wife and I had dinner its fresh fresh and really good
Great service great food would deffintly recommend
Love noodles but didn’t find the right dish due to the poor explanations on the menu
drity！Dont go there anymore.
disappointing quality of food, disappointing wait-service; would not eat here again nor recommend to others.
Pushy waitress, food was nothing special. Very nice buss person.
When you're going out for dinner in Vegas and you're going to spend almost twice what you would spend at your local Asian restaurant, you would expect a more glamorous meal, setting, service, etc.
The atmosphere of this restaurant is not that great. There's no warm to the vibe and it's more like a Asian cafeteria in the sense that you're you feel that everything is moving at a quick pace and it's not a "sit back and chill" sort of place or dining experience.
The first food that came our were the BBQ pork dumplings. I happen to like these and they taste and look authentic to me but I'm not an expert. Then my chow mein came out and my girlfriends food was no where in sight. I waited a few minutes but then I did't want to eat cold food. Her meal finally came out when I was half way done with mine.
I think the shrimp chow mein was just ok...it was a little greasy and it didn't have a ton of flavor. My girlfriends Dan Dan noodles were really spicy which is fine but again, it was all spice and not a lot of flavor.
Our waitress was super sweet and accommodating. She was Asian (go figure) and for some reason, some of the rich Asian diners feel it's ok to just yell out things to her while she's waiting on us. I don't get it but she held her composure and was kind to us.
There were a lot of Asian people dining there so maybe it's really good and traditional and my girlfriend and I missed the point but I don't think my chow mein was better than Panda Express or Pei Wei. Let me make this clear, we don't eat out at any chains so when I say this about their chow mein, it's the closest thing I can compare it to and for the dining experience and price, Panda Express and Pei Wei should never be mentioned in the same category as a restaurant in Caesars.
I won't go back...
Wonderful experience! My husband and I visited for dinner. Ha and Robert, our waiters, took great care of us, and we didn't wait for anything! Very fast service! The noodles and dough are hand made in the kitchen! Hands down, the best dumplings we've ever had! We got different noodle bowls, and tried each other's dishes....excellent! I would recommend trying any of their noodle dishes! The noodles were so amazing!
The food was outstanding and the service was great!
Service was great. It was very loud though and couldn’t hear the person across the table from me. Food was just ok. I’m spoiled having lived in Asia for 5 years. I ordered the Tan Tan noodles and there wasn’t much pork. My child ordered the fried rice. Again, we were underwhelmed.
Food was excellent but the restaurant was extremely LOUD. I could not hold a conversation without shouting.
Overrated and greatly disappointing. There were eight of us and not one of us would return there for a second meal. Overpriced for what it delivered.
Service was attentive, but extremely rushed. We felt like we were in a race to the end. Some mains were served whilst some people were still on their starters.
This is our go-to place before shows at Caesars. It's a MUST. The other dining options there are insanely expensive for the same quality, and the cheaper places in the Forum Shoppes are just sub-par.
But the food here is excellent, as is the service and atmosphere. Get seafood! It's a great value, and the quality is ridiculously good. I recommend the shrimp and the scallops. We're not super adventurous, but the jellyfish is meant to be amazing too.
The only reasonable option for a good pre-show meal in the resort!
Food was nothing special, just ok. Service robot-like. Sure not service with a smile.
Food was not exceptional. It was more traditional than most Chinese establishments but the food didn’t amaze. The hand made noodles were the best thing. Great texture