Noodle Asia at the Venetian
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Daily 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 a.m.
Restaurant is open to the casino.
Sample Menu Items
Hot and Sour Soup $8.75
Pot Stickers (6) $8.95
Cantonese Sausage Fried Rice $12.95
With egg whites and thinly sliced Chinese broccoli stems
Spicy Ying Nan Rice Noodle $13.95
Vermicelli and shrimp enveloped in a sumptuous chicken broth with Ying Nan chili paste, scallions and cilantro
Singapore Mei Fen $13.95
Light curry-flavored rice vermicelli with shrimp, BBQ pork and onions
Ba Bao Noodles $13.95
Mandarin noodles topped with a spicy, shrimp sauce and peanuts Stir-fried Napa cabbage, Chinese mushrooms, spinach and pork
XO Shrimp Lai Fen $16.50
Hand-rolled rice noodles, wok-tossed with spicy XO chili sauce
Szechwan Beef Noodle Soup $13.95
Simmered in a unique blend of spices, a Mama Wu specialty
Mavens Overview: Noodle Asia
Noodle Asia at the Venetian serves exactly that, Asian style noodle dishes into the wee hours of the morning, 3am daily. The restaurant is open to the casino, and feels like an upscale snack bar. The Internet Buzz is favorable, although many comment on the relative high prices for noodle dishes. The Szechwan Beef Noodle Soup in particular garners rave reviews.
Internet Buzz: Noodle Asia
- Absolutely perfect... Nothing beats a bowl of spicy well made broth with freshly made noodles and tender beef. The Szechwan beef bowl was exactly what I was looking for as a late night meal.
- I got the wonton noodle soup, and we shared a bbq small plate. The bbq meats were decent. Wontons and noodle were not the best, but it was great comfort food for late night. Considering some of the other noodle bars in vegas this place is good because it opens later 3am, I also really like Noodles at Bellagio but it closes early.
- Many come to Vegas for the clubs, the casinos, the shows, or the decriminalized public intoxication. I come for the Niu Rou Mien at Noodle Asia. Yes, you heard me. I come to Vegas for a hot steamy bowl of chewy noodles, tender chunks of beef, and a deep, dark, bold, spicy broth.
- I love this little Asian piece of heaven =] Whenever I stay in the Venetian I make sure to come here and get my noodle fix. I Usually get the noodles with beef ( I forgot what its called) and finish about half of it before i tap out and throw in the white towel.
- 3 of us had the Spicy Ying Nan Rice Noodle. All 3 of us thought it wasn't spicy at all and it was actually kinda bland. I put maybe 5-6 spoonfuls of chili paste in my bowl to add some flavor. On top of that, it was overpriced at $13.95 a bowl.
- Every time I am genuinely surprised by how legit this place is! First the beef noodle soup is good. It has a good amount of kick and the brisket has been braised long enough so it's tender. Portion's a little small but it is always satisfying. If you like rice, YangChow fried rice is the way to gooo. You can definitely tell that it's been wok-ed in a super hot wok and oil glistens on every rice kernel. Lots of BBQ pork and diced veggies.
- The thing to get here is the Szechuan beef noodle soup. For some unknown stupid reason I decided to try something different and get the Spicy Ying Nan noodles. The broth for the spicy noodles was tasty, but I much prefer the noodles in the beef noodle soup. We also had an order of the shrimp shumai which was also excellent. Definitely a must-try in Vegas! Dress casually; it's a casual dining restaurant in the Venetian (over by the sports betting).
- This is about as authentic as you can get for Hong Kong style noodles and rice dishes. Just take a look! Most of the customers are Asian; most of the wait staff is Asian and of course the 4 chefs/cooks are Asian.
- The Szechewan Beef noodle soup is the BEST thing on the menu!
- The curry seafood fried rice($14.95) is a large portion of quality fried rice chock full of assorted seafood(shrimp, scallops, lobster). The curry adds both flavor and just enough heat to give the dish a kick rather than to overpower it.
- Roasted Duck and BBQ Pork Soup. It was beautiful. Glistening, fatty duck and lean slices of BBQ pork floating among baby bok choy over thin egg noodles. Clean, clear, deep-colored broth...not the oily kind commonly found in your average Chinese restaurant. I enjoyed every slurp, every morsel. It will now become my post-poker ritual at the Venetian from now on. Absolute perfection.