Noodles Bellagio invites you to experience Asian cuisine with authentic regional noodle dishes from Thailand, Japan, China, and Vietnam. Executive Chef Patrick Lee has created a menu that brings as much fun as it does flavor to your lunch or dinner experience.
Featuring an extensive menu that includes pad thai, Laksa, Udon, Soba, Singapore noodles, pho, traditional Asian desserts, sake, and so much more, it’s no wonder this casual dining spot has been a huge success at Bellagio Las Vegas!
Noodles Menu & Pricing
The menu at Noodles aims to be inclusive for everyone, with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available.
If you need to stick to certain dietary restrictions, inform your server so they can communicate with the kitchen and provide you with an order recommendation to fit your needs.
Noodles restaurant has an impressive beverage selection that begins with red rose, white, and sparkling wines. There are three types of sake available too. Sake and wine can be purchased by the glass or by the bottle.
There are 13 types of beer available at Noodles. You’ll find American favorites like Budweiser, Coors Light, and Michelob Ultra for $10 per 12 oz serving. There are also 22 oz servings of Japanese and Chinese beers for $13. Asashi, Kirin, and Tsingtao are among the ethnic beers offered.
If you prefer cocktails, the restaurant has a full bar to prepare your old-time favorites like margaritas, Manhattans, and the old-fashioned.
Get your meal started right with an appetizer starting at just $6.88. Appetizer pricing goes up to $16.88, but the majority of the 15 choices are under $10.
The appetizer selection has a little of everything with calamari and Thai chili sauce, vegetable spring rolls with sweet and sour sauce, lightly salted edamame, steamed or pan-fried pot stickers, and more!
If you’re struggling to choose just one appetizer, order multiple to share with your group.
Get a side dish of steamed rice or soup for $3.88. Brown rice is also available for $4.88.
These simple sides can be paired with all menu items without interfering with the flavors of the main dish.
The soups at Noodles are one of their most popular items, both for lunch and dinner. There are 10 Noodle soups on the menu, starting at $16.88 and going up to $21.88.
Wonton noodle soup has shrimp dumplings in a rich broth. Mandarin beef stew noodles are made with beef brisket and tendons in a spiced herb broth. The Vietnamese beef pho is another popular choice with well-done brisket, beef ball, tendon, and tripe.
There’s not a bad soup on the menu, so don’t be afraid to step outside your comfort zone and try something new!
There are five dishes in the favorites section of the Noodles menu. All are served with steamed rice. The most expensive favorite is a dory fish filet with ginger and onions for $35.88.
The other favorites are chicken, beef, shrimp, and bean curd. Each of these options has multiple preparation variations to choose from, so you can find flavors that best suit your palette. The bean curd favorite is the cheapest at $19.88.
Experience rice like never before with the seven authentic variations at Noodles. Malaysian fried rice and chicken curry rice are both popular choices, but they’re all good!
Rice is priced from $20.88 to $31.88.
Congee is a type of rice porridge that plays a major role in Asian food culture. If you’ve never tried Congee before, you’re missing out on a traditional dish that can be paired with almost any side dish.
Noodles offer four types of Congee, starting at $4.88 and going up to $13.88. The simpler options include non-sweetened Chinese donut congee and unflavored Congee.
If you want Congee that has bolder flavors to stand on its own, there’s Congee with pickles, pork floss, salted vegetables, and peanuts, or Congee with century egg and pork.
There are two seafood specials for guests to enjoy. The first is Live Maine Lobster. The lobster can be prepared in three different ways to best fit your preference. Live Maine Lobster is sold at market price, which can vary significantly.
The second seafood special is a simple salt and pepper shrimp for $34.88. The simplistic preparation really allows the flavors of the shrimp to shine through.
Noodles & Vegetables
You can’t eat at Noodles without ordering some Noodles, of course! There are ten types of fried noodles to choose from, so finding something that piques your interest won’t be hard.
The Singapore curry rice vermicelli with shrimp, shredded pork, egg, bell peppers, bean sprouts, onions, and curry powder is a popular choice. These Singapore noodles taste a lot like the traditional dishes of Japan!
Pad thai with your choice of chicken, beef, BBQ pork, or shrimp is a good choice if you want spicy noodles. Nine out of the ten noodle dishes offered cost $21.88. The remaining dish, XO crab meat vermicelli, costs $32.88.
For vegetables, there are five options starting at $13.88 and going up to $18.88. The Chinese broccoli and Choy Sum can be prepared in two ways; sauteed with garlic or steamed with oyster sauce. Water spinach comes sauteed in garlic, while XO green beans are sauteed with XO sauce.
Steamed vegetables offer the most variety, with asparagus, broccoli, yellow squash, red bell peppers, carrots, and bok choy served in a bamboo basket. Any of the veggies make an excellent and affordable addition to get more volume with your meal.
There are two spicy specials on the menu for those that love bold flavors and aren’t afraid of some heat.
The Szechuan spicy fish is made with dory fish, bean sprouts, leeks, spicy peppercorn oil, and hot sauce. You can try this spicy special for $36.88.
Wok-fried spicy sausage is a bit more affordable, costing only $27.88. This dish is made with sausage, beans, chili, fish cake, greens, and tofu & peanut chef spicy sauce.
Barbecued and Roasted Dishes
The barbecued and roasted dishes at Noodles begin at $19.88 and go up to $38.88.
Choose between honey-glazed BBQ pork, Cantonese roast duck with plum sauce, poached chicken with ginger scallions, and signature soya chicken with ancient soy sauce.
If it seems impossible to pick, you don’t have to! Try multiple options with the Double Happiness or 3 Varieties of Joy menu choices.
There are two desserts available at Noodles to satisfy your sweet tooth. The first is chilled lychees. Lychees are small tropical fruits that taste refreshing with sweet, floral flavors. This simple dessert is the perfect end to a good meal without feeling too heavy.
The second dessert offered is sticky mango rice with creamy coconut sauce and sesame seeds. The flavor is light and sweet, with just the right amount of tanginess from the mango and creaminess from the coconut sauce.
The dress code at Noodles is casual, so there’s no need to plan a special outfit for the occasion. Tank tops and swimwear are not permitted, but all your other comfy, casual favorites are fine.
Reservations & Hours
Reservations are not necessary to dine at Noodles. If you’re traveling with a large group or have other questions, you can contact Noodles by calling 702-693-8131.
The restaurant is open daily from 11 AM to 1 AM for all your lunch, dinner, and late-night meals.
Location & Map
From the hotel lobby, follow the path on the left by Petrossian Bar. Noodles restaurant is located on the left, right next to Baccarat Bar.
Does Noodles Bellagio have a dress code?
Casual dress is allowed at Noodles. Tank tops and swimwear aren’t permitted, but other resort casual clothes are okay.
When is Noodles Bellagio open?
Noodles are open daily from 11 AM to 1 AM.
Do you need a reservation for Noodles?
Noodles restaurant does not require reservations, and the wait is usually short or non-existent to get a seat.