Noodles Restaurant at Bellagio

Just The Facts, Please.


Bellagio, adjacent to the Baccarat Bar.

Dining Hours

Lunch and Dinner Daily
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Dim Sum
Friday - Sunday
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


Executive Chef Patrick Lee


Authentic regional noodle dishes from Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam.

Chinese dim sum is available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Price Range

Figure $15-$25

Suggested Attire



Take-out available.

Sample Menu Items

Braised pork knuckle noodle Cantonese roast barbecue duck with roasted plum sauce Curry chicken with potatoes, onions and spices



Mavens Overview: Noodles

Noodles at Bellagio offers traditional noodle dishes from Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam plus authentic Hong Kong-style barbecue dishes and dim sum Friday through Sunday.

The internet buzz is favorable, but not wildly so. As is the case with many Las Vegas restaurants, many patrons feel the prices are on the high-side, which always seems lower the number of rave reviews. Considering Noodles is located at Bellagio, it is one of the more reasonable priced options here.

Dim sum is available on weekends, from 11am-3pm, which many visitors feel is a nice dining option.

Internet Buzz: Noodles

  • This is one of my favorite places on earth. The food is excellent, the steamed or fried dumplings are the best I've had. The atmosphere is easy going, has fun energy and fast, polite service every time I've eaten there
  • We grabbed a quick lunch here and the food was fine - nothing great but fairly tasty. The options for vegans were basic and the mushroom dumplings were actually very good. Service was quick and the ambience fine.
  • It's good average Asian food. They have Chinese, Thai, Japanese and Vietnamese dishes and it's double the price of what you would normally pay at any of your local favorite restaurants back home but the portions are bigger here. You'll leave stuffed and you can head right back to your room. You will pay for it dearly but it's very fresh and depending on what you get, you may return some day.... I did.
  • I was happy with the quality... the price... the portion... great service! Small little spot hidden with the Dim Sum Carts and all! The food was yummy and we didn't break the bank for lunch! Pricey-er then typical Chinese Dim sum joints but it's expected being on the Strip. Lunch for 2 about $35 including tip
  • nothing special about this place other than the crazy prices. everything here, you can get at a chinese restaurant for at least 1/2 of the price.
  • Everything was nicely prepared and tasted excellent... especially the Chicken Feet. I guess my only complaint would be that it is a little pricey
  • Prices are consistent with being at the Bellagio. Dish sizes are large so if you share the prices are a good value.
  • i ordered the beef stew noodle and the gf ordered their wonton noodle. they were prepared rather quickly. although, there are no choices for thick or thin egg noodles you are stuck with oil-egg noodles for the beef stew and the lo-mien for the wonton. we were still pretty satisfied with the authenticity and the tastes of their noodle dishes.
  • I live in the Bay Area, so I do speak with bias - I can easily find the same quality dish for half the price, within walking distance from my apartment in Berkeley. Some of the dishes were bland. Overall, the food was mediocre. The price is reasonable - for Vegas.
  • If we knew about it sooner we would have gone here everyday. The food is great, authentic, and compared to the other options (excluding buffet) more reasonably priced. It made me wish that finding great Chinese food in my own city wasn't such a gamble in itself (that was a pun).



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