You can’t go wrong with the expertly prepared traditional dishes served at Grand Wok Noodle Bar in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. You’ll see all the classics you love mixed with modern ingredients to give a fresh authentic Asian cuisine experience.

Below is a complete menu review along with what it feels like to dine at Grand Wok, and some key information to keep in mind before dining.

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What Is the Food Like at Grand Wok?

At the Grand Wok, you’ll get all the sweet, sour, and spicy flavors Asian cuisine is known for. The wok-tossed noodles rival any in town and stay true to the traditions that make Asian food so popular all around the world.

Below is everything you need to know about Grand Wok’s menu and how you can get the most out of your meal.

The Menu at Grand Wok Noodle Bar

Grand Wok Noodle Bar Menu – MGM Grand Las Vegas


While most menus only give you a few options to choose from, Grand Wok is packed with eight different choices that are all filled with classic Asian flavors.

The Edamame, Crispy Chicken Wings, Vegetable Spring Rolls, and Pot Stickers are classics you’ll find at any Asian restaurant but the Grand Wok gives each one a unique twist. If you feel like exploring appetizers you’ve never tried before, the Pork Lettuce Wrap, Salt & Pepper Calamari, and Salt & Pepper Tofu taste just as good but you won’t find them very often.


A screenshot of the wonton noodle soup from Grand Wok Noodle Bar Asian Restaurant in the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

There’s nothing like a warm comforting soup and Grand Wok fills each broth with that umami flavor Asian food is famous for. You’ll find nothing but traditional soups like Spicy Beef, Hot and Sour, Wonton Noodle, and Vegetable Noodle soup. The Spicy Beef and Hot and Sour are both on the spicier side while the other two are just fine for any heat sensitivity. Prices vary from $12.88 – $19.88.

Wok Noodles

Grand Wok puts their full wok noodles on display in this section. Two signature dishes also stand out on the menu — Singapore-Style Curry Rice Noodles and Shrimp Pad Thai. Each one is $22.88 and comes with a variety of traditional Asian ingredients like bean sprouts, sesame, egg, and green onions.

A screenshot of the shrimp Pad Thai from Grand Wok Noodle Bar Asian Restaurant in the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Other notable choices include the Hong Kong-Style Beef Chow Fun and the Crispy Egg Noodles with Pork. The plates are big and filling, so make sure you come hungry. All prices are $22.88 except for the Vegetable Lo Mein which is $18.88.

Beef & Pork

With four different options to choose from, the Beef and Pork section at Grand Wok truly puts flavor as the star of the show. One look at the Black Pepper Steak and your mouth will start salivating. It’s labeled as one of the classic dishes and for good reason.

A screenshot of the beef entree from Grand Wok Noodle Bar Asian Restaurant in the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

If you’re looking for something that isn’t spicy, try out the Broccoli Beef with oyster sauce. Prices range from $20.88 to $29.88.


This is the area of the menu where the prices start standing out. The Lobster and Dungeness Crab are market price so you’ll need to ask your server what the exact cost is. Other options include Steamed Sea Bass and Honey Walnut Shrimp.

Because the Grand Wok is located in Vegas, it has access to some of the freshest seafood caught from around the world, The lobster, crab, and sea bass are freshly caught and works perfectly with the Asian spices and ingredients.

The shrimp dish is $33.88 and the bass is $37.88. Both are absolutely worth it if you have the budget to spend.


The menu at Grand Wok is broken down easily by protein so you can always pick something you’re in the mood for. The chicken section has five different options for those who are looking to get the most out of their meal.

The Orange Chicken and Sichuan Chicken are both signature dishes that you’ll find at any Chinese restaurant, but Grand Wok adds a special touch that really stands out. The Sweet & Sour Chicken, Kung Pao Chicken, and Hainanese Chicken With Rice are all excellent options if you like spice. Most choices are between $23.88 and $25.88.

A screenshot of the crispy chicken entree from Grand Wok Noodle Bar Asian Restaurant in the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Vegetable & Tofu

Vegetarians unite and rejoice! The vegetable and tofu section combines delicious flavor with healthy eating options like the Baby Bok Choy, Chinese Broccoli, and highly recommended Green Beans in XO Sauce. Expect to pay anywhere from $14.88 to $18.88 for these meat-free options.

BBQ & Roast

Even though there aren’t many options for the BBQ & Roast section, they’ll leave everyone at the table wanting one more bite. The Honey-Glazed Barbecued Pork is the real star but you honestly can’t go wrong with either the Cantonese Roasted Duck or Soya Chicken. Expect to pay anywhere from $19.88 to $26.88.


These aren’t your typical to-go fried rice you might get at your local Asian restaurant. These are expertly prepared meals that stand on their own. Heat Lovers have to try the Thai Basil Beef Fried Rice that comes with Thai basil, minced beef, carrots, and peas.

You don’t have to saturate your taste buds with flavor though, you can stick with something simple like the Combination Fried Rice or Vegetable Fried Rice. Prices here range from $19.88 to $24.88.


Three desserts await those who have enough room for an after-dinner treat. The Mango Sticky Rice is a popular Thai classic that is made with sesame and coconut milk, while the Mochi is a traditional Japanese dessert that is made with rice, red beans, and ice cream. The only other choice is a Sesame Ball made with sweet red bean paste. All three are $10.88

Cocktails & Drinks

The cocktails at Grand Wok are pretty standard classics like the old-fashioned and gin and tonic but they do have a selection of sakes to pair with your Asian-flavored cuisine. Other options include wine, beer, sodas, spritzer, and tea.

Reservations at Grand Wok Noodle Bar

Grand Wok Noodle Bar in the MGM Grand uses the Sevenrooms restaurant reservation platform, making it easy for diners to find availability, make a reservation, receive confirmation, and edit or cancel a reservation if plans change. 

You can log into Sevenrooms using a Facebook or Google account or just make a reservation as a guest.

The Ambiance at Grand Wok Noodle Bar

The all-glass walls facing the casino floor make it immediately inviting for any passerby to come in, and the bright lighting and Asian-inspired carvings create a nice atmosphere for those looking to have an intimate meal.

The furniture is simple, yet refined and the marble table tops help create a slightly elevated feeling. There’s even an open kitchen so all patrons can watch their food being prepared. It’s a lively and inviting atmosphere almost any group in Vegas can enjoy.

Things To Know About Grand Wok Noodle Bar in the MGM Grand

Location: Grand Wok is located in the central part of the casino floor. It is just north of the high-limit slots between Avenue Cafe and Crush.

Hours of Operation:

  • Mon – Sun | 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
  • Hours subject to change

Dress Code: Casual dress code is required. Must wear a shirt and shoes to receive service.

Price: For a couple, expect to pay anywhere from $100 – $150 including apps, drinks, and desserts.

MGM Rewards Dining Perks: The MGM Grand is a part of MGM Resorts, so if you’re an MGM Rewards member, you can earn or redeem points for dining at Grand Wok Noodle Bar. MGM Rewards membership is free. You can find more information here at MGM Resorts – MGM Rewards.

Grand Wok Noodle Bar in Summary

The Asian cuisine you’ve grown up with is all available at the Grand Wok but with savory flavors that help coat your taste buds with satisfaction. An easy-to-read menu makes ordering quick and painless and the modern ingredients make for a unique Asian restaurant experience. I hope you’ll be able to make a choice of whether to dine at Grand Wok after reading my full review and thank you for checking out The Las Vegas Report.

If you’re looking for more dining options at this amazing resort, check out our complete guide to restaurants in the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino.

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