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.
They are famous for their fresh “pulled noodles “. They were short handed, and they had none.
Great food, great value for a restaurant on the strip. Loved it!
Food was amazing! Service was awesome. Overall would definitely eat there again.
If you’re looking for good but not unique Asian food that also won’t break the bank in a restaurant with an interesting aesthetic, check this place out. But if you want a wow experience, look elsewhere.
We were excited to try out Beijing Noodle No. 9 after seeing it featured in Dave Chang’s show. We felt totally duped, it all felt like a sham. There were no hand pulled noodles, even when we asked our waiter acted like he had no idea what we were talking about. Our food was completely bland, so much so that we didn’t even want to waste calories on it. The restaurant was super dirty, food and paper trash all over the floor. There also must have been some sort of a leak or flood as they had towels all over the floor near the kitchen-which is where they initially tried to seat us. The food and drinks are ridiculously overpriced. Thankfully we salvaged our dinner and evening by getting a table at Mr. Chow next door which was absolutely fantastic across the board. Funny enough, Mr Chow’s had a chef hand pull noodles in the middle of the restaurant for everyone to see.
Good food ad always but disappointed in the service this trip. Never saw a waiter after our good was served until he brought the check
Wehad a reservation after looking at the reviews thinking it was a "nice”restaurant. It looks like a Chinese "Subway”on the inside, complete with plastic chairs with a Chinese decor. We were seated and waited at least 10 minutes and were not acknowledged. Meanwhile, 2 people were setting a reserved table and the party was not present. I finally waved my arms in the air and the manager came over. He apologized and said someone would be right with us. A waiter came and took our drink order. We waited an additional 5 minutes when I saw an entire tray of ice water right next to the waiter station - I got up and got us some water. The meal - not impressed.......a little better than Panda Express. The quality of the meat was sub-standard and there must have been a strike on vegetable delivery because we didn't get many on our dishes. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME (YOU WILL WAIT) OR MONEY ON THIS POORLY RUN RESTAURANT.
This was my first time dining here. The chicken fried rice was the absolute best! The service was great. Super loud... something to keep in mind depending on who you bring here.
Poor service super weird atmosphere mediocre food. Save your time, energy, and appetite. Go get fast food and you’ll be more satisfied. WONT RETURN
Got to catch up with Brother in Vegas, had been interested in this place a couple of times and finally decided to go. Spring Rolls were ok nothing major special - insides were very mushy, did also get some roast duck and soup dumplings. Duck was excellent, soup dumpling had been looking to try these and they were interesting would definitely get these 2 again. Brother had scallops and veg very nicely done, good seasoning and did have plenty of scallops. I had Lamb cumin, flavor was ok, what turned me off was that at the near end, when I turned over some of the stir fry, some of the meat in the dish was basically raw. Overall this just turned me off and it was mainly due to me having eaten 80% of the dish. The staff was apologetic, and reacted to get me more or even recook the dish. I was mostly full and just turned off so I give them credit for trying. The waitress, did however bring over some moochi ice cream dessert, as an apology, which was genuine, so service was really an A for effort. I'd go back to try some of the hard core seafood dishes really, but you need to be ready for the $.
Other than the wine, which was overpriced, the meal itself was excellent and a good value. We started with an order of dumplings (pot stickers where we come from) and they were the best we ever had. Main course was Chicken Chow Mein (very good but could have had a few more vegetables) and chicken with mushroom noodle. Also very good. Ambiance is very bright with tile floors so not an intimate spot.
Overpriced, poor services. Will not return. Thanks
Our favorite alternative for those nights our waistlines and budgets need a break from the buffet. This time we went for seafood in clay pot, seafood noodles in abalone sauce and veggie fried rice. Everything was quite tasty. Service was very attentive. We asked the waiter if music could be turned down and he got it done (not easy in many restaurants).
Very straight forward Chinese food. Great ingredients, prepared well.
Went to after show. Not sure why some of the staff delivered food in industrial blue plastic gloves (or at all). Seemed odd. Food was tasty. Suggest putting soup dumplings on a spoon so that patron can eat more easily. Really loved the pork belly, which I thought came in a big portion size. My dragon berry mojito was delicious too.
Started with the shrimp dumplings, which were good. Dan Dan noodles were for my husband and he said the flavor was good, but barely any meat. I had the seafood/tofu in a crock, which was also good. Nothing was outstanding, but we were satisfied with our selections. Not sure I would go back though.
The food was served promptly and hot, but was just OK in flavor. Since it was nothing special, the inflated Vegas prices ($4 for bowl of rice) mean this was not a good value. The atmosphere was exceptionally loud and it was not from being near the casino, although that is part of it. There was a loud background roar, perhaps from kitchen vents, but it made conversation difficult. The coldly modern decor has nothing to soften sound. The biggest plus is convenience to events at Caesar's.
The only dish wasn't grate was the sea food chowmain with abalone salse.
Our dinner was amazing! The portions are large and perfect for sharing! The crispy chicken with salt and pepper was so tender and juicy. The kung pao chicken with peanuts was the best I've ever eaten! I recommend making reservations, as the restaurant was very busy! If you are in Vegas, I highly recommend you try Bejing Noodle No. 9!
Everything we ordered was tasty. Only complaint was that our dish was not served with rice.
Great food but a bit overpriced.
Bad service and food over priced I don’t know why Cesar place had this restaurant in their hotel
Todos lo año ceno por lo menos una vez en este lugar y siempre es un gusto comer los noodles hechos a mano. Simplemente deliciosos
A dish was too salty, but the wait staffs resolved that quickly without any trouble. Thank you.
Overall, we feel the value for food and services are still well below of The Noodles at Bellagio.
A Cricket walking on the floor... when we pointed it out to the staff they looked at us like they were crazy I asked them if they could please pick it up while I’m eating.
food was gross and cold
This restaurant used to be great I don’t know what happened.
Poor service; high price and orders not correctly delivered.
So we picked this place out of the blue and it was really good. The server could have been a little better. He did come up and just ask us what we wanted without any introduction. The food was amazing!! But, in my opinion, it was over priced. Over $100 for two people to eat two dishes and an app without any alcohol. Food was good. Service was ok. Price could have been better.
Loved the restaurant, the staff & of course the delicious food! Thank you 🙏🏻
A bit loud but it fit the vibe; I only mention it because it could make conversation difficult. The food had top class flavor and freshness.
We often walked by but never stopped. What a mistake that was! We missed so many great meals! Great menu variety. Good portions. Everything was excellent. We will definitely return.
This place is a bit pricey but what isn't in Vegas, the food was decent however the service staff barely spoke english thus my dietary concerns fell somewhat on deaf ears. Would try again but definitely not running back!
Food was just ok, service a little slow. Loved the fish tanks at the entrance
We decided to try at thanksgiving to be non Traditional. Despite the holiday seated quickly. Service great. Noodles very tasty. The shrimp with curry was good. Went with waiter suggestions and realized all dishes were shrimp including appetizer. Probably better off with some variety. Fun outing. A bit sparse which was fine for us. Just an FYI.
It took us forever to get our server’s attention. When we got our food we weren’t asked how we were doing. The “fried rice” was rice, butter, and egg. Don’t waste your time or money here
Server Suggested Family Style Plates to Share with 9 People? The Portions were so small for the Price. It would have been Better to Order Individual Entrees and Several Appetizers. The Server was too Busy to Fill Waters or Ask if Everything was Fine. He was Juggling Receipts from Other Tables and Forgot about Us - His Main Table. Food was Average, Service Horrible. Next....
Food was bland. Nothing special. Atmostphere was very white and hurt my eyes.
Great location for dinner before a show.
Great food, fast and courteous service at a reasonable price (for inside a casino).
Services was very good, friendly and attentive, our food came quickly and was delicious, also great portion sizes. Would totally recommend for a casual or smart casual evening, it's in a prime location in Caesars and would definitely return there next time we've visiting.
The service was horrible. The edamame with sea salt had no salt. The pan fried sea bass for $37 looked like the fish sticks you had in grade school and came with 3 stalks of cold broccoli. The Beijing chicken and mushroom noodles was lukewarm had no taste and grizzly chicken. The only dish worth ordering was the boiled shrimp dumplings. Do not waste your money.