From the 80s music pumping a pulse through the restaurant to the neon sign greeting you at the entrance, La La Noodle is all about mixing high-quality food with a fun and relaxing atmosphere. As the name would imply, a variety of noodle dishes will not disappoint and the flavors are all reminiscent of traditional Asian cuisine.
Below is all the research I’ve gathered on La La noodle including a menu breakdown, what the atmosphere is like, and essential info to know before you go.
Looking to make a reservation for an upcoming visit to La La Noodle Restaurant in the Park MGM? La La Noodle uses the Sevenrooms restaurant reservation platform. Make your reservation today!
A Classic Asian Noodle Menu
The large and impressive menu at La La Noodle has all the classics you’d expect from an Asian restaurant with a few Vegas surprises thrown in. Whether you’re looking for soups, stir-frys, or fried rice, La La Noodle has them all.
Below is a complete review of every section of the menu and how you can find eats that fit your palate perfectly.
The Menu at La La Noodle Restaurant
A rather large amount of appetizers make the La La menu perfect for bigger groups or parties looking to try a few different options. You’ll find everything from signature La La Chicken Wings to traditional pan-fried Pot Stickers.
The apps at La La are rather expensive at about $18 per item for the portions offered, but there’s no denying the authentic Asian flavors. The Crispy Lobster & Shrimp Dumplings and Salt & Pepper Calamari are some of the most popular on the menu.
You’ll only have two options to choose from in the Soup section but each one will warm up your taste buds for the entrees to come. The Hot and Sour soup is $12.88 and is made with a couple of different types of mushrooms, bamboo shoots, and chicken. The Wor Wonton Soup is $19.88 and has a mix of chicken, shrimp, roasted pork, and shrimp & pork dumplings.
The soup noodles at La La include a few dishes you don’t see every day at an Asian noodle restaurant. The Seafood Noodle, Beef Brisket, and Curry Laksa Noodle all include combinations of classic Asian flavors with modern Vegas ingredients.
Of course, you can still find more common options like the Wonton Noodle and Dan Dan which includes a bit of chili oil for some spice. The prices range from dish to dish but you can expect to pay anywhere from $18.88 – $30.88.
You won’t pick a single bad option among the delicious stir-fried noodle dishes. The Vegetable Lo Mein, Drunken Beef, and Pad Thai are some of the more well-known options and remind you why you chose La La Noodle in the first place.
But it’s really the signature choices that will satisfy your cravings. The XO Udon for $38.88 comes with an array of fresh seafood like shrimp, calamari, beef, shitake, and bok choy. For an ingredient-rich experience, the Pan-Fried Lobster & Shrimp for $38.88 is packed with bell peppers, bok choy, black bean sauce, shiitake mushrooms, and more.
While most Asian restaurants around the strip have a couple of fried rice options to please the masses, La La Noodle makes it a priority by having five signature dishes. The Vegetable Fried Rice and Pork Fried Rice won’t win any innovation awards but they do justice to the traditional classics.
It’s really the La La Special Fried Rice, Oxtail Fried Rice, and Garlic Shrimp Fried Rice which will make you seriously consider reserving a table for another night. Prices are fairly reasonable in this section and range between $17.88 – $30.88.
The highlight of the La La Noodle menu is the chef’s specialties. Here is where you’ll find the delectable meals that are expertly prepared for the Vegas crowds.
The can’t-miss dishes include the Sweet & Spicy Sea Bass which has jack fruit and Thai basil and the Walnut Shrimp which has sweet honey, mayo, and candied walnuts.
If you’re looking for something you’re more comfortable with, La La Noodle has all the favorites like General Tso’s Chicken, Mongolian Beef, and Black and Pepper Roast Pork. The intense flavors and meals in this section cost a bit more on average and range from $24.88 – $42.88.
There’s only one sweet option to round out your meal at La La Noodle and that’s the Asian-style Mochi Ice Cream. It’s only $9.88 and you’ll get your option between chocolate, vanilla, or mango.
A festive and creative group of cocktails helps make the La La Noodle menu even that much more impressive. The restaurant does a good job mixing in Asian spirits to give the drinks something unique you won’t get at every bar in Vegas.
The Matcha Punch, Japanese Gin ‘n Tonic, and La La Cooler are all must-haves but really any drink here is worth your money. There are also Asian beers and sake available if you really want an authentic experience. Rounding out the drinks are some red and white wines from around the world if you prefer the grapes.
Reservations at La La Noodle Restaurant
La La Noodle Restaurant in the Park MGM 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.
A Modern and Sleek Noodle Experience
A bright pink neon La La Noodle sign greets you when you first walk up to the restaurant. From the door, you can stare directly through the entire narrow corridor that makes up a majority of the space.
Inside are relaxed chairs and tables that provide a casual atmosphere but the decor is sharp and modern. It feels more refined than a casual restaurant and even has large lamp fixtures that go all the way up the tall ceilings, and they give the impression of long noodles hanging down above you.
The kitchen is open to the public so you can see the cooks working hard and there’s a bar you can sit at if the tables are full. Overall, La La Noodle is perfect for any type of group from families to friends.
Things To Know About La La Noodle in Park MGM
Location: La La Noodle is located on the casino floor and won’t be hard to find. It’s at the South East end of the floor between the restrooms and Eataly.
Hours of Operation:
- Sun & Mon | 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Tues & Wed | 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
- Thurs | 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
- Fri & Sat | 11:00 am – 11:30 pm
- Hours subject to change
Dress Code: The dress code is casual at La La Noodle but most people do not wear beach swimwear. You must have at least a shirt and shoes to be served.
Price: For couples dining at La La Noodle, expect to pay between $100 -$200 including apps and alcoholic drinks.
MGM Rewards Dining Perks: The Park MGM is a part of MGM Resorts, so if you’re an MGM Rewards member, you can earn or redeem points for dining at La La Noodle. MGM Rewards membership is free. You can find more information here at MGM Resorts – MGM Rewards.
La La Noodle in Summary
While La La Noodle doesn’t miss any of the classic Asian noodle dishes you’d expect to see, it also impresses guests with a unique Vegas take on traditional ingredients. The casual atmosphere with refined interior decor makes it a great spot for groups that don’t want the stuffiness of fine-dining but still want high-quality prepared meals. I appreciate the time you took to read through this in-depth review and appreciate you for using The Las Vegas Report.
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