We have been eating at the noodle bar regularly since it changed names to Lucky 8 and moved into its own little space outside of the buffet. Bing and the other servers are attentive. Food is always hot. Portions are large. Prices are very high. It costs about $19 each for items like fried rice and chicken and broc (comes with some white rice on the side). The food is good though so sometimes it is worth it to splurge. It is also convenient if you are in the casino and don't want to leave for a meal. Have ordered take out several times also. To-go prices are the same. Portions are still large. We only wish they gave noodles and duck sauce on the tables upon arrival, hot tea or a fortune cookie. Nothing extra here. Most fancy Asian restaurants, even in big casinos like Tropicana, etc., at least give you noodles and a fortune cookie. So bottom line...food is good, portions are decent...but there are no extras at all.
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