I ate at Noodle Asia at the Venetian a few years ago although I didn't remember until I went tonight and the casual, odd location all came back to me. The food was good as I remembered but the placement of the restaurant is just so odd! Many times my dining partner and I felt as though 60 eyes were watching our every bite....well, because they were. We were seated at a table along the exterior railing which is where diners waiting for a table were lining up. They didn't do anything that I wouldn't have, particularly comment on what I had ordered. While it was a fine meal, service was not very helpful and we felt rushed. We were both satisfied with the two noodle dishes we ordered but there is so much potential for ambiance that is just not there. I am really stumped now because I remember a place that I could swear was called "Noodles" also located in the Venetian but much more secluded and with dim lighting. I remember the meal being so good that I ate the same dish 3 times in 3 days. I would almost describe it as a bar connected to a full dining room. I tried to retrace my steps from many years ago to find it but with all of the new construction, all I could find were slot machines. Am I just completely confused? Thanks for the help CH-ers!