Dragon Noodle Company

The Dragon Noodle Company is a restaurant inside Park MGM in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Dragon Noodle Company

Very delicious and GREAT looking noodles! Aesthetically pleasing to look at. Loved the place, plus it was inside the hotel I was staying at.
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Dragon Noodle Company

We had Chinese dinner here. Excellent service, delicious food, reasonable price with good thoughts on portion, enough to share. There was a sense of American fusion, but some dishes were really authentic, I can say with my Asian origin. Definitely invite friends to go next time. We had a really great birthday dinner for my relative. Didn't disappoint us at all. Again, excellent service: food was served super fast, super nice and delicated staffs. We arrived at 7 p.m on weekday. Not crowded at all. Great atmosphere, has some great private corners. We didn't have spoons, they weren't in the permanent setup. We didn't ask for it either. Recommend Mongolian Beef and Walnut Shrimps. Next time I'm looking forward to taste Japanese food here, although the price for Japanese food is pretty expensive. Again, amazing service
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Dragon Noodle Company

We come here every time we're in Las Vegas. Sushi happy hour on Saturday is the best deal in town, and the sushi is actually incredible! Can't speak to the other entrees or appetizers, but I love the atmosphere and quiet setting in a busy city like Vegas.
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Dragon Noodle Company

This place is AMAZING! They have the BEST General TSOs chicken dish I've ever had. The service was great and I would highly recommend this place to everyone.
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Dragon Noodle Company

Although their hot and sour soup, sushi and Mongolian beef was on point, the dishes did not match the high dollars stamped. You must order rice, which is rather unorthodox for an Asian restaurant considering the price spent on dishes. I do not suggest buying their cocktails- for $12 you get the exact same size as purchasing a soda. I do commend the service and atmosphere.
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