Joining star chef Roy Choi’s Koreatown-inspired menu at the Park MGM, the originally named Noodles, then simply Noodle, and now La La Noodle, has revealed a few more details of what to expect later this year.
Sticking to the plan of building a “fine dining” experience, executive chef Bill Chan will take the reins of a pan-Asian menu, moving across the Strip from his former home at the MGM Grand.
Part of the MGM family since 1995 when he debuted as a sous chef for the shuttered Moongate at the Mirage, Chan began his rise to executive chef at The Grand Wok & Sushi Bar in 2003, lasting until the restaurant closed earlier this year.
Currently hiring, future La La Noodle staffers are being advised to expect a menu composed of Chinese, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Thai, and South Asian cuisines, served in a “upscale” environment and featuring a full sake and wine program.
Yet to announce a projected opening date, an estimated $2,262,615 has been allocated in construction costs to overhaul the 4,876-square-foot space.