The Chinese believe that the number eight is lucky because of its fluidity (i.e. the symbol has no beginning and no end), making Las Vegas the perfect spot for 888. The 888 Noodle Bar offers casual Pan-Asian cuisine inside the Las Vegas Hilton. Noodle and rice dishes seem to be the specialty here, but don’t forget to try all of the Chinese, Cantonese, Szechuan, and Mandarin dishes available at this famous little eatery. The Las Vegas Hilton is known for its old Las Vegas feeling and flair and lends this atmosphere to the 888 Noodle Bar. The food is traditional but delicious, exactly what you would expect from a classic Las Vegas restaurant. The dining room is casual and comfortable, and the kitchen is open so guests can see the expert chefs preparing their food right before their eyes.
Most of the food is prepared in large woks. Noodles, rice, and meat are mixed together with sauces and stir-fried to a sumptuous golden brown. Specialties include Mandarin Beef, Curry Chicken, Roasted Duck, and fresh Sea Bass, and Signature dishes include the Seafood Udon Noodles and the War Won Ton Soup. The restaurant is located inside the famous Benihana Village, which is a Zen garden that houses several Asian restaurants in the Las Vegas Hilton. 888 also offers take out, which makes it easy to grab food on the go or just enjoy a quick dinner. Different varieties of noodles available include Singapore, Udon, Szechuan, and Chow Mein.