What is the best restaurant in Las Vegas? Our search for the answer continues with a quick stop at Noodle Exchange located inside the Gold Coast. This was recommended by some Chinese vacationers that raved so much about the hot pot that we had to stop by and try it ourselves.
We ordered two hot pots – one with seafood and one with the lamb. The seafood plate had shrimps, fish, scallops, fish balls, noodles, and an assortment of veggies. The lamb plate had lamb along with the similar veggies.
The hot pots come out in a metal container which is placed on top of a portable burner to keep the broth boiling as you add the ingredients. The broth is a wonderful combination of herbs, spices, and chilis. There’s a spicy satay dipping sauce that comes with each hot pot. It does cost extra if you want more of the sauce.
The portions are a good size for 2 people. You can order extra noodles if you are still hungry. Also the waiter will come around and refill your hot pot with extra broth throughout the meal. Perfect for a cold day. Guaranteed to vitalize your body and soul for another night on the town.
Our quest for the top restaurants in Las Vegas doesn’t stop here. So far Noodle Exchange and Lotus of Siam is high on our list. We’ve been back a few times and will certainly be back for more. In case hot pots aren’t your thing, they do have other items on the menu including pho and they are all pretty good.