With authentic Asian dishes from around the country, Noodles offers a variety of flavors that few others on the strip can match. From the decor to the menu, you’ll feel the authentic touch of Noodles in the Bellagio.

I’ve broken down the entire menu at Noodles and what it’s like to eat there to give you an idea of what to expect. Keep reading to learn more about this incredible Asian restaurant in Las Vegas.

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Asian Noodles From Around the World

Experience traditional dishes from Asian countries like Japan, Vietnam, and Thailand at Noodles restaurant in the Bellagio. The menu is filled with expertly prepared meals like Udon, Pad Thai, and Soba, but you’ll also get old-time meals that started it all like beef and vegetables. Below is a complete breakdown and what you can expect from dining at Noodles.

Noodles Restaurant in the Bellagio Menu

Noodles Restaurant Menu – Bellagio Las Vegas


With an incredible array of Asian cuisine, Noodles has something for everyone. Start your meal off with a selection of Asian tapas-style plates including the renowned Tempura Shrimp, Pot Stickers, and Grilled Shrimp Skewer.

With a total of 15 different options to choose from and affordable pricing, parties of any size can indulge in a starter before their main entree. Lighter options include Edamame, Cucumber Salad, Century Egg, and Vegetable Spring rolls.

Prices range from about $6 to about $17. Compared to other Las Vegas restaurants, the price can’t be beaten for flavorful apps that can be enjoyed by all.

Noodle Soups

Because of the variety of dishes offered at Noodles, you’ll notice the menu is broken down uniquely compared to other restaurants on the strip. The soups section introduces the main star of the restaurant: the house-made noodles.

In this section, you’ll find signature traditional dishes like Spicy Thai Shrimp Noodle and Szechuan Dan Dan Noodle. Other classics are well worth your consideration like the Vietnamese Beef Pho and Cantonese Dumpling Noodles, but you might want to try a dish you can’t get anywhere else.

The Seafood Noodles is filled with shrimp, squid, and fish in a rich broth and the Wonton Noodle includes freshly made shrimp dumplings in a flavor-filled broth. Prices range from about $18 – $22. Again, very convenient for diners on a budget.

A screenshot of various appetizers from Noodles Asian restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


A small section of protein choices sits below the soups and each one is served with a side of steamed rice. You get your choice between fish, shrimp, beef, chicken, or bean curd. The price will ultimately depend on the protein you choose but expect to pay anywhere from $20 – $36. Each meal is prepared with delicious Asian vegetables like broccoli, straw mushrooms, Mongolian-style bell peppers, and bok choy.

Rice Dishes

Although the last section includes some rice on the side, these dishes on the menu are made for rice lovers. The Fried Rice section is filled with classic flavors like Chicken Curry Rice and Oriental Fried Rice but the real adventure is in the innovative dishes at Noodles.

The Crabmeat Fried Rice is made with fresh crabmeat and something you won’t find at your neighborhood Asian restaurant. The Barbecue Rice steals the show with your choice between pork, roast duck, or soya chicken. Prices get more expensive in this section and range between $21 – $32.

A smaller section of rice porridge options is available for those wanting an authentic Asian meal experience. Four options make it a simple selection between Chinese doughnut, congee, with pickles, and with century egg and pork.

A screenshot of various fried rice and protein dishes from Noodles Asian restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Noodles & Vegetables

For those that came to Noodles because of the name, here are some dishes that highlight the house-made noodles this restaurant is known for. Chow Mein Mandarin Noodles, Sweet and Spicy Noodles, and Pad Thai Flat Rice Noodles are all well-known dishes most patrons will be familiar with.

Choices that you may not be familiar with but will please your palate are the XO Crabmeat Vermicelli, Yaki Udon, and Hor Fun. Overall, there are 10 different meals to choose from with many offering a choice of several types of proteins.


The specialty sections on the menu are small but carefully prepared to deliver the most satiating flavor possible. There are three different types of specials at Noodles: seafood, spicy, and barbecue.

The seafood only has two options but they are highlights of the menu. The Live Maine Lobster is market price so you’ll have to check how much it is but it’s fresh and prepared expertly with Asian flavors. Your other choice is the simple, but flavorful, Salt and Pepper Shrimp for $34.88.

The spicy selections are between the Szechuan Spicy Fish and the Wok-Fried Spicy Sausage. Both are served with classic ingredients like peanuts, leeks, bean sprouts, and spicy sauce.

Barbecue proteins are a delicacy in many Asian countries and these dishes transport you there. The Cantonese Roast Duck is a classic Chinese restaurant dish and the Signature Soya Chicken comes with ancient soy sauce.

A screenshot of various noodle dishes and the Peking duck from Noodles Asian restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


With only two options at Noodles for finishing out your meal, you can’t really go wrong. The Chilled Lychees is less common in Vegas restaurants and worth the exploration but a more standard Mango Sticky Rice is also available. They are $8.88 and $10.88 respectively.


Noodles doesn’t have the well-crafted cocktails you’ll find at other restaurants or the large wine lists, but you do get a little of everything.

Classic cocktails are available like the Old Fashioned and Manhattan but you also get domestic and Asian-style beers. There are reds, whites, sparkling, and rose wines with a small section of sake to round out the alcohol list.

Reservations at Noodles

Noodles 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.

An Elegant Asian-Inspired Atmosphere

Noodles makes it easy to know where you’re at. The gold and brown colored decor is immediately Asian, but if that wasn’t enough there are Asian characters adorning the marble floors. Covering one side of the restaurant are noodles in jars with a backlit white wall behind them. On the other side are large fake noodles that almost look like a cook took them out of the pot and started hanging them on the walls.

A screenshot of the decor and dining area from Noodles Asian restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

You can expect to be relaxed at Noodles with a subdued atmosphere. It’s somewhat quiet but you don’t feel awkward having a conversation. It’s perfect for families or couples looking to get tasty food on an affordable budget.

Things To Know About Noodles in the Bellagio

Location: Noodles is located on the casino floor so you won’t have to travel far to get there. Head south just past the Baccarat Bar and Noodles will be tucked back behind a row of table games. If you’ve entered the lobby you’ve gone too far.

Hours of Operation:

  • Sun – Thurs | 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
  • Fri – Sat | 11:00 am – 1:00 am
  • Hours subject to change

Dress Code: Casual dress is allowed so shorts, caps, and t-shirts will be admitted, however, no tank tops or swimwear are allowed.

Price: For couples, expect to pay between $100 – $150 including apps and drinks.

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

Noodles Asian Restaurant in Summary

Very few Asian restaurants in Las Vegas offer a variety of Asian cuisine from around the world as Noodles. From Thailand to Vietnam, you’ll find a dish that authentically represents that region. Prices are also relatively low, so it’s great for families or couples on a budget. I hope you get everything you needed from this Noodles 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 Bellagio Hotel and Casino.

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