With classy food presentations and a relaxing atmosphere, the Noodle Shop is perfect for anyone looking to have a low-key evening before joining the chaos of a Vegas night.

In this post, I’ll break down the entire Noodle Shop menu for you section by section and give you an idea of what it’s like to eat there. You’ll also learn key info to know before you go so sit back and enjoy this review on the Noodle Shop.

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A Classic Asian Cuisine Menu

You’ll have no problem finding the classic Chinese dishes you grew up on at the Noodle Shop in Mandalay Bay. The menu even has icons that make it easy to identify dishes that are hot, vegetarian, and gluten-free.

Below is a comprehensive review of all the sections on the menu and what you can expect when dining at the Noodle Shop.

The Menu at Noodle Shop Restaurant

Noodle Shop Restaurant Menu – Mandalay Bay Las Vegas


Although small, the authentic choices of appetizers served at the Noodle Shop are not to be overlooked. Some of our favorites include the crispy vegetable spring rolls, steamed pot stickers, and edamame with Maldon sea salt. All of these dishes will get your taste buds ready for the more robust flavors that await you in the main courses.

While the Shanghai Style Lumpia may confuse you at first, it’s really just another name for egg rolls. Prices in this section range from $11.88 – $15.88.

Soups and Salads

For a lighter choice, the Noodle Shop offers a handful of soups and salads with Asian flavors. The Miso Soup is always a crowd favorite with its unique flavors but the Hot and Sour Soup is a great alternative if you’re looking for something with a bit of spice.

The Mixed Green Salad is what conservative eaters should focus on but the Seaweed Salad is where the real adventure is. Most options are $8.88 except for the Seaweed Salad which is $10.88.

Noodle Soups

A screenshot of a soup noodle dish from Noodle Shop Restaurant in the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

While not many people think of soups as being filling, these Asian-style hot meals are typically enough to satisfy a hungry stomach. You’ll notice well-known traditional Asian soups filling up the menus at the Noodle Shop.

Classics like Pho, Miso Ramen, Udon, and Spicy Beef are all waiting to be enjoyed. For those wanting something different, the Laksa, Vegan Noodle Soup, and Wonton Noodle Soup are worth every sip of their flavorful broth.

Prices are all over for this section and you can expect to pay anywhere between $18.88 to $23.88.


A screenshot of shrimp fried rice from Noodle Shop Restaurant in the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

While some Asian restaurants consider fried rice a side, the Noodle Shop puts them front and center. You have a choice of four different options that satisfy any kind of patron.

The signature option is the Yang Chow Fried Rice which comes with tiger prawns and char siu but the BBQ Pork and Sausage Fried Rice is just as good. Other options include a Chicken Fried Rice and a Cauliflower Fried Rice for all the vegetarians at the Noodle Shop. Prices will range for each item anywhere between $19.88 and $24.88.


A screenshot of shrimp Pad Thai from Noodle Shop Restaurant in the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Like with most other sections on this menu, the stir-frys have all the usual suspects that will satisfy most palates. The Drunken Noodles, Lo Mein, and Pad Thai are well known all around the world and the Noodle Shop does them all justice.

Some of the dishes even allow you to choose your type of protein from chicken, beef, and shrimp. If you aren’t feeling something classic, try out one of the dishes that are less known but still taste just as good. The Taiwanese Chili Garlic Noodles and Beef Chow Fun are both filled with Asian ingredients and will give you an authentic experience.

Prices range from $16.88 to $24.88 but most of the discrepancy is from the type of protein choices you have with some of the meals.


All the entree dishes served at the Noodle Shop come with a complimentary side of jasmine rice. You’ll want it too when you dig into your full plate of Orange Chicken or Broccoli Beef. All the meals in the entree section are packed with the typical flavors you’d expect from a good Asian restaurant.

Kung Pao, Mongolian Beef, and Thai Curry are all available and some entrees even allow you to select the type of protein you want. There is a vegetarian option called Buddha’s Feast for those wanting to skip any animal protein.

A screenshot of a spicy beef dish from Noodle Shop Restaurant in the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Prices are slightly higher in this section ranging from $18.88 to $26.88 but they are still considered affordable by most Vegas standards.


A small section of sides is worth adding to any plate on the Noodle Shop. Kimchi, a famous vegetable ferment, balances out all the strong umami flavors you find in Asian food with a tangy finish that cuts through it all. The Chinese Broccoli is steamed perfectly and the Garlic Green Beans are flavor-filled snacks that pair wonderfully with any entree.


A small selection of alcoholic drinks covers one page of the Noodle Shop menu. Imported Asian beers are available as are Asian spirit cocktails. There’s also a small selection of sake to give that authentic night out. Those wanting to stick with something they know will have a full bar and wine available to choose from.

Reservations at Noodle Shop Restaurant

Noodle Shop Restaurant in the Mandalay Bay 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.

Calm and Relaxing Atmosphere

While the entrance to the Noodle Shop is perhaps the most exciting part about the decor, the inside is straightforward and lowkey. No fancy decorations or interior treatments, just subtle furniture with a calming atmosphere. You will have a number of Asian-inspired light fixtures made to look like Chinese lanterns hanging from the ceiling.

A screenshot of the dining room at Noodle Shop Restaurant in the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

You get the feeling that Noodle Shop was a previous restaurant that just took over the space after witnessing the decor. While there isn’t anything that impressive, you can expect a fairly relaxing evening with family and friends.

Things To Know About Noodle Shop in Mandalay Bay

Location: The Noodle Shop is located right off the casino floor on the south side. Head south and you’ll see the Noodle Shop next to the Seabreeze Cafe.

Hours of Operation:

  • Sun-Thurs | 11:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Fri & Sat | 11:00 am – 2:00 am
  • Hours subject to change

Dress Code: Casual restaurant that permits most clothing styles and items. You must have a shirt and shoes to be served.

Price: A couple should expect to pay anywhere between $75 – $150 for dining at the Noodle Shop including apps and drinks.

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

Noodle Shop in Summary

You’ll find all the Asian comfort foods at the Noodle Shop in Mandalay Bay like Orange Chicken, Mongolian Beef, Pot Stickers, and more. With a calm and relaxing environment, families and friends will enjoy grabbing a quick bite to eat before heading into the Las Vegas night. I want to personally thank you for checking out The Las Vegas Report and I hope you have everything you need to make a decision on dining at the Noodle Shop.

If you’re looking for more dining options at this amazing resort, check out our complete guide to restaurants in the Mandalay Bay and Delano.

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