This "swift-serve" restaurant has offered crowd-pleasing, comforting carbs from around the world since 1995..
With hard-surfaced walls, ceilings and floors and a steady stream of diners, the noise level can get high but it still has a family-friendly feel and a few options for kids. The menu is dedicated to all-things-pasta featuring Japanese pan noodles, pesto linguine and spicy peanut salad. Patrons can order at the counter for take out or have their noodles served to them in a white porcelain bowl.
Very...Very Good. My wife loves this place.. I do to because its good, its nice and reasonably priced. Noodles is a casual resturant with a broad menu of well-prepared noodle dishes. Prices are below of what you are used to at the Bellagio. Dish sizes are good size. We willl return may times...
Great Food at a Bellagio Price.
My wife and I dined at Noodles at 7:30 pm after skipping our reservations at Shintaro, the Japanese Steakhouse at Bellagio.
Noodles is a brightly lit casual resturant with a broad menu of well-prepared noodle dishes. The menu included a varitey of daily specials.
Prices are consistent with being at the Bellagio. Dish sizes are large so if you share the prices are a good value.
Our servicer was prompt and knowledgeable.
We willl return.
Oasis for Asian food lovers. If you ever feel "stuck" in Vegas surrounded by steakhouses, faux French and Italian restaurants & greasy Dennis type joints (all over the place), and if you suddenly feel like having some Japanese, Thai, Kantonese, Korean or Vietnamese noodles, you should definitely visit this restaurant situated at the Bellagio. A neat ambience, courteous service and tasty flavourful food made us want to eat there twice in 3 days of stay. A good selection of appetisers and side dishes is also available, and everything we tried tasted good & authentic. Wine and beer list is also pretty good, if you care. Overall a great experience- will go back.
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