When I’m in Vegas I typically try restaurants that I haven’t been to before, but I always seem to make a trip back to Beijing Noodle No. 9 at Caesars. If you didn’t know I am a huge fan of Asian food and on top of that they actually hand-pull their noodles there. That is something you don’t typically see, unless you are in New York or L.A. So Beijing Noodle No. 9 is usually on the list of restaurants I want to eat at each year.
One thing that I really like about Beijing Noodle No. 9 is the style of the restaurant. It is more bright and trendy, again something that you typically don’t see. There are also sets of large fish tanks towards the front that add to the ambiance. I went with Derrick and also my friend Mark who was in town for CES as well. To start we each ordered appetizers.
I went with the Mini Wonton in Sichuan Chili Oil ($10.99).
Derek decided on the Pillow of Pan Fried Shrimp and Chives Pancakes ($12.99)
And Mark ordered the Lamb Pancakes ($12.99)
All of the apetizers were great, although I definitely liked the Mini Wonton in Sichuan Chili Oil the best. Moving on to my main course I was feeling like noodle soup so I decided on the Beef Brisket Noodle Soup ($16.99).
The soup was great and the noodles were cooked perfectly. This meal was the perfect thing after a long day of working and covering CES. If you are looking for something a little bit different than your typical Las Vegas restaurant Beijing Noodle No. 9 is a great choice. I will definitely be back on my next trip to Las Vegas!