Posts Tagged with #The Noodle Shop

Mixed review my noodles were great my friend got the duck it looked like a pig foot all grisley n funky word to all if your at a noodle place eat the noodles
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I was craving some Asian food and Noodle Shop was the closest thing to me without having to drive all the way down to Spring Mountain also known as Chinatown..... little did I know at the time, the 15 minute drive would have probably been worth it. Albeit being on the strip, I understand that pricing is going to be a little more "premium", however... the dim sum came out to around $30 and was supposed to feed two people. I could've honestly finished it on my own and still be hungry. For $30, you can get much value else where especially if you head over to the restaurants on Spring Mountain if you are ever craving Asian cuisine. To add on to my experience... the soups just aren't worth it either. The service was quick and the server was friendly.... food was just underwhelming especially for the price it was listed at. I would expect more quality being at a nice hotel like Mandalay Bay.
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The food was okay but what you see here was $60 yes. They charged me $36 for it was on the left and about $20 for was on the right. And then gave me a huge bowl of rice. Now they did have some Lobster in the mix but the seafood just didn't seem all that great
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My second time here. I remember the first time being horrible, so I said I wasn't coming back. Well, when you stay at the Delano and have conferences, there isn't a big choice. This time I ordered chicken pad thai, plus salmon and rice. Surprisingly, they were both good. It's hit or miss, so stick with what you know and ask questions. A simple lunch here is $65, worth it, if you can eat it.
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The dishes were big and the food was great. Extremely friendly staff, especially the manager. The food came in quick and the setting is nice. Would recommend.
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Just okay food. Pricey but in line with all of Vegas. Party of 2 cost us nearly $70. Seems to close kind of early for example we went there at about 10:30 and they were closing up. Really not busy. There is a similar place called Noodles in Bellagio that closes at 2 a.m. and is much busier and the food is better.
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I had the shrimp pad Thai - very big portion of food. Tasted good. The shrimp still had the shell on the tail on so that was a little annoying to take off each one before eating. We were seated immediately on a Wednesday night around 8:30pm. The server was nice and attentive. My dad said his hot and sour soup was too spicy for his taste but he really liked his main dish seafood special with lobster scallop and shrimp. The price of the food won't break the bank but it isn't the cheapest either.
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