I loved my meal here. For $7 you get a bowl of gourmet food. You can't beat that.
For my meal at Beijing Noodle Cafe I got a bowl of lanzhou noodles and vegetable pancakes.
The vegetable pancakes turned out to be mostly chives and they were delicious. The chives were fresh and had intense flavor. The dough was nicely cooked. It was clearly freshly made. I've had this dish at better dim sum places. I would definitely get it again.
The noodles were fantastic. Really tasty. I've had hand-pulled noodles at Ark Cafe in Alameda. It's hard to say whose soup is better, because they're different. But the Beijing Noodle Cafe gives you about twice as many hand-pulled noodles as you get at Ark.
The lanzhou noodles broth is also mildly spicy. It has a dark smokey flavor that I liked also. This is on my list of places to eat in Las Vegas.
They also brought me pork wontons in chili oil to try, too. This also tasted very good and I would recommend it to others.
Service was excellent.
It's on the east side of Las Vegas in a mall. You might say the Far East side.
Beijing Noodles Cafe
4130 S Sandhill Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Of course, Yimster from the San Francisco board will be by to check it out. He can give the official evaluation instead of something from a gweilo like me.
By the way, some online reviews mention that they do hand-pulled noodle displays for customers. I asked about this and they said they no longer do this.