One of the coolest spaces that we were able to have dinner in was Beijing Noodle No. 9 inside Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. The walls and ceiling are covered in white cut outs made of steel panels. The noodles are handmade and are inspired by Northern Chinese cuisine. We found our Sauteed Noodles with Pork ($13.09) to be a bit soft with a couple pieces of green vegetables mixed in. The sauce was very plain and it was quite pricey for the simplicity and the portion was small. All the dim sum here ranges from $8-9 per steamer basket which is a lot when you come from Toronto! The Sauteed Seasonal Vegetables ($13.09) were also ok and again kinda pricey for what you get. I think we were so fatigued from spending money after a couple days in Vegas that we were really hoping to be blown away for the prices. The decor and design were definitely fun and the chairs and tables are all in matching white. This place would be a good restaurant just to grab a snack in, maybe a couple dumplings, pork buns and a jasmine tea.
Make sure you say hi to the HUNDREDS of goldfish sitting in the fish tanks at the entrance.
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South