Noodles is Bellagio's Asian entry with emphasis on, well, noodle dishes. It's "casual" (as opposed to "fine") dining and it's priced accordingly. Apps in high singles to low teens, noodle soups are in low to mid teens, there's much more but I haven't bothered to look :> The place has a very interesting and modern design as do all restaurants in Bellagio but this one is my favorite from the ambiance perspective.
We've shared an onion pancake appetizer, noodles soup with egg noodles (closest to ramen - thin, eggy) and roasted duck, and szechwan beef/noodle soup. Everything was very good and exceeded our expectations. The soy sauce and the red chili condiments were far above average, the duck was flavorful with crunchy skin and soft meat and the soups had good broth. Mostly Asian crowd with occasional gwai-lo like myself.
The only aspect to consider is bang for your buck. Do you want to eat at one of Bellagio's "casual" dining options or go to the buffet? We've stayed away from the buffet for lunch because it's $25/person and too much food but unless you're going to step outside Bellagio, you're not going to beat the buffet for value and variety of food.