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.
Filet of Sole was amazing! Decor was a bit busy for our taste.
Very cool atmosphere, able to accommodate a large group. Pricey but the food came out hot.
Their homemade noodles are nothing I have ever tasted-- so delicious and yummy! Went back the next day for lunch!
A little disappointed... service, food,and ambiance were average at best.
We had not been to the Noodle House for quite a few years but it was great to see the food & service were as good as we remember. We had 11 in our group & everyone really enjoyed themselves.
Food was delicious, server did get us the wrong dumplings, but still really good
Good food light dinner or lunch. Bright and welcoming location
Like most of Vegas, it was so loud in there. Could have just been the crowd that night though. I ordered the Shanghai soup dumplings. Flavor was good but they are so small. Especially for the price. My husband ordered the sweet and sour chicken. The portion was good and he said the flavor was very good also. Service wasn’t the best, but it wasn’t terrible. The waiter was kind but not very attentive.
This was a great pan-asian restaurant, which was approved by my Taiwanese friend, and really had the best dim sum, pork, and shrimp dishes I've eaten in a long time!
Very fresh, good tasting comfort Chinese food. The space is casual, modern and very noisy. The servers were friendly. A good experience
Nice place in the heart of Caesars Palace LV, next to the Buffet. Had reservation for 7:30 and was promptly seated. Restaurant was very busy but waiter took our drink order quickly and then was back for the food order.
We ordered Beijing Pork Bun (4 in order), Roast Duck (prox 6 small pieces), Pork Cabbage dumplings (6).
The Duck was excellent very tender, moist, and tasty. The Bun (Bao) and Dumplings were very good as well. (We normally order the ‘soup dumplings’, but wanted to try something new. You can’t beat the soup dumplings..)
Service was surprisingly quick for it being so busy. Was able to use Caesars Reward credits so even better.
They sat us down. We waited for 15 minutes for someone to take our order. We tried asking the hostess and she vanished for another 5 minutes. We ended up walking out
Food was not good. Very bland and not flavorful. Service was ok. Would not recommend or visit this restaurant again.
Love this place and take out if town visitors who have all loved the food.
Food was very good. Loved the handmade noodles! It is very bright and I would have appreciated dimmer lighting and better ambiance.
Food was delicious and well priced. Our server was Vincent and we enjoyed our meal with him so much, we specifically requested him for our preshow dinner the following night. This restaurant was a fun find and we would eat here again. Spring rolls were fantastic, and the shrimp lo mein was our favorite!
The four of us were very pleased with the whole dinner. Everything ordered from the 14 page menu was delicious. I personally had the Kung Pao Chicken and loved it. Decent service and atmosphere as well.
New management have improved much better service!!! Food has always been terrific!
Must have; Dan Dan noodle, Honey Walnut prawns!
A great place for noodle dishes and soups. They have a few Sichuan dishes on the menus that are absolutely delicious- some of the best I've had.
Superb authentic Chinese dishes, particularly Dan Dan noodles and THE best Honey Walnut PRAWNS in Vegas if not the States😍😋😋😍
Excellent value aka price for the Strip!!!!
Over the top delish! The Host was charming and acknowledged our anniversary without our even saying. Great recommendations on menu items, and the food - fresh, full of flavor, and fabulous! The pepper beef with fresh asparagus was a standout - the beef was well seasoned, fork tender, and abundant. Would hands down recommend this restaurant for a memorable meal.
Went there because they advertise hand stretched noodles. They not only do not hand stretch them where it can be viewed (except by the chef in the early morning), they told me to go to a different restaurant if that’s what I wanted, AND they didn’t even have them on the menu so we couldn’t even order them! What we ate was delicious, but NOT what we came for. The service was rude and lacked attention. Skip this one if you want the experience. Not up to Las Vegas usual hospitality standard!
Server was below average & seemed very disinterested in our dining experience. Food & ambiance very average. Would not go back.
Great dumplings, food overall was delicious and reasonably priced.
Great meal and atmosphere. Quickly seated with our reservations. Dumplings were excellent. Beef asparagus was incredible. Great experience.
The food was outstanding the service was great. You can tell all the staff there really cares about the food they are making/serving!
Good experience, will come back with family
I first tried Beijing Noodle No. 9 a few years ago and it was always a place I had wanted to come back to again. It is fresh, friendly, and a fun environment. I like how well-lit it is. The fish tanks are beautiful as well. Everything our table ordered was delicious and fresh. I had vegetarian chow mein and must recommend the red bean buns (on dessert portion of menu) as either dessert or an appetizer. Will be returning!
Service was quite poor. The waitress made our group feel like we were a burden to her. Food was ok but the service really made it a poor experience. Much better restaurants in Vegas.
We had craved eating here for sometime having watched them make fresh noodles through the window. We dined prior to seeing a show. We were somewhat pressed for time so we kept our order light. The house special was the chicken with sweet garlic sauce and chicken chow main. The chow me in was bland having no flavor and was just chicken and noodles . The main course was panko breaded chicken fingers and an also bland dipping sauce that honestly you could get at Buffalo Wild Wings. Service was less than what we see at a PF Chang’s. One refill of our beverages after we asked. Never any interest on how are meal was and if we wanted anything else. I would not recommend dining here.
My husband and I were very excited to try out this restaurant we were shocked at how terribly noisy it was!!! It has pretty decor & OK service ....way too expensive glass of wine and the food was just OK ....very disappointing☹️
Very bright — lighting and decor. Food was great. Cocktails yummy but on generic side. Wine list was poor, but beers just fine. All depends on what you’re looking for.
Wonderful food. The servers were very busy and took a while to take our order and then bring the bill.
We have now been several times and really enjoyed every visit. Delicious! Thank you.
Very good!! Great service, great food, fast service, aesthetically pleasing ambiance.
The Singaporean noodles was too salty. Honey walnut prawns were goodz o
Our children bought us concert tickets so we decided to go to dinner and we chose here. The food was fantastic
The food was way overpriced but the service was all right; they mixed up my order but changed it out without any fuss once notified.
Not sure how non-Asian think, but as Asian, I am used to what’s actually called Chinese food. food is definitely terrible. I ordered spring roll, roast duck, beef noodle soup, shrimp dish and they were all terrible and costed $100+
Great food and service. Perfect for a quick stop-in.