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All reviews noodles pot stickers beef pancakes dan dan soup ramen fries knife cut open kitchen off the strip cooked just right great tasting worth the wait food was fantastic long wait bowl
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Reviewed 25 November 2020 via mobile

Even with a brand new set of covid rules hitting Las Vegas today Shang’s made it simple to get in and get seated. We got on the waiting list before leaving our hotel. By the time we arrived we had a few minutes wait and...sat at separate tables since overnight the governor moved the safety number from 6 to 4 at a table. No problem. Shang’s accommodated. Our family ordered the beef hand pulled noodle. Dan Dan with knife shaved noodles. Chicken fried rice. And the beef pancake. Everything was hot and on point. A delicious meal at the end of a cool day.More

Date of visit: November 2020
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Reviewed 5 September 2020 via mobile

Hand pulled noodles are the best and these did not disappoint. Ordered the Dan Dan noodle dish at a 6 out of 10 spiciness and it nearly burned my mouth. But it was delicious. My dining companion ordered the Shang Beef noodle soup and he...thought it was just ok. We also ordered the beef pancakes but didn’t know they take about 15 minutes to cook, so we were paying our check before they were ready. They didn’t tell us that they took so long and we figured they just forgot. They are observing social distancing measures by placing guests far apart from each other; however, the wait was unnecessarily long because they were terrible at quickly cleaning tables and seating new guests. They seemed short staffed and the front desk guy/waiter was busy with take out orders, taking orders, running food, etc. We ended up waiting about 40 minutes on a Sunday night for food although it should have and could have been much quicker.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed 14 March 2020 via mobile

It’s a treat just to get out of the casinos. And seeing locals waiting in a long line itself is reassuring that this would be a good restaurant. But it exceeded my expectations. The noodles are just perfect - handmade and visibly seen in open...kitchen- I was just in high heaven. I recommend the beef dumpling ( fried) but I burnt my mouth and tongue when I took my first bite and yes it was still worth it. Haha. The spareribs noodle is also the best. They slow cooked those ribs for hours. The wonton is also excellent. I live in SF where we have plenty of good restaurants but this one will be a hit too if they want to move to SF. One tip: call 30 minutes before you go. They will take down your name and you’ll be first seated ahead of the others who didn’t call in. I felt a bit guilty when my party got seated ahead of everyone else waiting. But that’s the rule. They don’t take reservations. I can’t wait to go back.More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 9 March 2020 via mobile

I saw this place on the PBS show, “No Passport Required” and was curious to see how good it was. On a home movie night, wewanted to get take out and we’re tired of pizzz and burgers so we got noodle dishes instead. We ordered...soups, a few dry noodle dishes and a few appetizers. Everything was great. Seasoned and cooked right. For our second visit I took a few of our friends and went there for a late lunch. Again everything was perfect. One of my older friends who is notoriously famous for not wanting to eat out wants to go back again. So I guess that is a testament to how good the food is! The place is a small, cozy gem and the food is excellent. Needless to say we will be back.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 7 March 2020

We stopped by here for lunch after seeing the episode of No Passport Required. We ordered several items including their famous shang beef brisket soup, their beef brisket and a couple of starters - beef dumplings... The noodles (hand pulled) were soggy and tasted just...like it came from a freezer. Broth was just OK (we had to put in a load of pepper - on a cute bowl on the table) just to get the needed spice. The dumplings were greasy. The waiter literally asked us three times in 5 minutes to make our choices!!! In any event it is the food that makes us wonder why it is rated so highlyMore

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 6 February 2020 via mobile

Dinner and a show. Watching the noodles being made fresh as you order is only part of it....the high quality ramen steals the show

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 27 January 2020

First, you must have time on your side when you decide to dine here. The wait time is usually over one hour, because the line is long and the restaurant is small. It's worth the wait, though! As soon as you enter, the aroma of...their broth is so inviting, you will forget that you waited over an hour.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 26 January 2020

This place has awesome noodle soup dishes! I ordered the wonton noodle bowl and it was wonderful. The wontons were adequately stuffed and very tasty. The noodles were cooked just right. I would definitely come here again when I am in town. You can see...the cooks make your dish through the glass window. I personally don't know how the cook who was pulling the noodles can do that for so long. My arms would be killing me! Go early for lunch or there is a wait for a table.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 19 January 2020

This place is a hidden gem. The pork belly noodles (with knife cut noodles) was excellent. Highly recommended.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 7 January 2020

First, note that the wait times were quite long on a Saturday for lunch at 1pm, we weren't seated until 2pm. They do have benches and some tea outside which was nice. There is also a good Boba store next door and a Popeyes across...the street where we had their fantastic chicken sandwich while we waited... but I digress. The food was fantastic and we are from Seattle where we have several similar restaurants. My family would rate Shang Artisan Noodles on the better side from a flavor standpoint. The spicy wontons were great. The beef noodle soup had really good flavor. The Dan Dan noodles were amongst the best we've had. It is cool watching them stretch the noodles in the window, but the shaved noodles were also tasty. We consider it worth the wait as we were getting sick of the food on the strip. They are opening a second location in Las Vegas soon.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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