Park MGM Introduces New Asian Restaurant

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Park MGM is dishing out a new restaurant that will serve Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai cuisine. La La Noodle is going to be a casual eatery where guests can try a variety of noodle, seafood, meat, vegetable and rice dishes.

It is titled after a Mandarin term for pulled: 拉 (pronounced lah). The restaurant will serve traditional food such as Pork Belly Noodles and Chicken Chow Mein, along with delicacies like Hong Kong Seafood Crispy Noodles with shrimp, scallops and squid. Entrees are not necessarily noodles and can include foods like Vietnamese Braised Catfish.

New York City’s Parts and Labor Design is responsible for the interior décor. MGM resorts says it is a minimalist design that will have 1980’s songs to symbolize a period in American history when East and West collided, when America's interest in authentic Chinese cuisine clashed with Western music.

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This new restaurant is part of a larger initiative by MGM to mold the former Monte Carlo into a new Las Vegas resort experience. Park MGM is, according to the resort, the newest destination on the Las Vegas Strip. It is the product of a partnership between MGM Resorts International and New York-based Sydell Group, and it features more than 2,500 guest rooms and suites. The resort’s theater holds more than 5,000 seats.

For more information, visit https://www.parkmgm.com/en.html.

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