This is my second time at Beijing Noodle No 9 in the Caesars Palace. I was so impressed with the decor and the food that I had to go back. I sat in front of the giant aquarium filled with gold fishes near the entrance.
On my right you could see the chef making hand stretched noodles, which is what they are known for. There's also a television facing outside the restaurant, showing all the different ways to create noodles. It's an fascinating process and you can stretch them, shave them, roll them, cut them, pull them, etc. Who knew you could be so creative with something as simple as noodles. I decided to go with the War Wonton noodle soup with hand stretched noodles. It was very good.