Best Seafood restaraunt ever!.
I am not sure I have ever done this in my life but after I finished my main course I walked up to the chef and told him this was the best meal I had ever had..
Food is spectacular... Huge wine list... Try the bacon wrapped chilean sea bass...
I ate at RM Seafood the night before in the Mandalay Bay and this blew it away...
MGM is a dump...
My husband really wanted to go to this restaurant. So when I called to make reservations, I was informed that there was a dress code. We really dressed up and looked nice. When we got there, we were told we'd have to wait a few minutes (it wasnt quite 530 and they dont start serving dinner until 530) so we waited nearby. Right after we checked in, this family who were dressed sloppily walks up and says they have reservations for 530. They were seated immediately and we were STILL waiting! Why were they seated before 530 and we had to wait?! Then we were seated next to a family with a screaming baby-oh great! I love ear piercing noises when I want to enjoy a nice meal.
The food was mediocre, not great. It certainly wasn't worth $45 per person!
one of the best on the strip!. After reading some of the previous reviews about Seablue, I was a little worried when I learned it would be a stop on my recent trip to vegas. I was absolutely blown away with my experience! We arrived and were sat promptly in an over-sized booth with a view of the open kitchen. Our server was fantastic and seemed to have an answer for every question asked. She recommended the Octupus app., Seafood Paella, and the Loup de Mer. All were great, but the Octupus was nothing short of perfection! Tenderized in yogurt, you could cut it with your fork! I wasnt impressed with decor, a little cartoonish with big, HUGE red drum-looking light fixtures hanging above our table. However, I was there to enjoy the food, not the decorations.
After reading several reviews I had to chime in. While Seablue is pricey it is worth every penny. I came for dinner in April of 2007. Every part of my meal was superb. The service was outstanding,due to the care taken to see that I enjoyed every aspect of my dining experience. The highlight of my meal was paella
Select Seasonal Shellfish, Chorizo Sausage, Grilled Quail, Saddle of Rabbit I copied the menu page to give you a better idea of the dish. I've had paella around the world and this was by far the best I've ever tasted.
OK food, lousy service, way overpriced..
The food was good; the fish was fresh and flavorful. The cooking wasn't outstanding - the sides we're somewhat plain and I found the raw appetizer sampler boring. The wine list was decent, but no sommolier in sight to recommend anything obscure. But what really ruined this restaurant for me was the ambience and service. The interior is noisy, with lots of hard surfaces, and waiters either running around in a hurry or standing with each other chatting and ignoring the customers. Although we had a reservation we had to wait half an hour for our table. The hostess then came and retrieved us from the bar so that we could stand and watch while they cleaned and set the table. We ordered one of each of the 8 oysters for everyone at the table to start, and they joust brought them out in a big bowl instead of indiviual bowls and never identified which oyster was which. At $4 apiece that't the least they could do. We never could get our bread basket refilled despite repeated requests- at one point one of my guests held the basket above his head in the hope that a passing waiter might notice. I found myself constantly refilling my guests wine glasses as they would run dry and no waiter would come by and fill them. Worse, once a waiter did refill my red wine glass and managed to spill the red wine into my white wine as well as water. At $150/bottle, there goes a $30 glass of white with nary an apology.
The food is pleasant but way overpriced and the servcie is worse than at most TGIFridays. I will not return.
Great service but the food was dissapointing.
I expected a lot since I know Micheal Minna is an awesome chef however I was dissapointed by the food. Everything was extremely salty and the hamachi appetizer was very fishy. The oysters however were very good and fresh.
The bill came out to $250 for the two of us and we didnt even have any dessert. It was a good experience but I would never go back.
Great! Not your ordinary seafood restaurant.....
Dinner was pretty good although a little salty (seafood tends to be anyways). We had the prix fixe and unfortunately by the time we got to the final steak/shrimp 'taster entree', we were stuffed. What a shame, because they were really good. Appetizers were OK. Sea bass was quite good. Overall, it's pretty pricey (~$250 for two, sans drinks). It's one of those places worth trying once but with so many options in Vegas, I'd probably try another restaurant over coming back.
Service was excellent.
The Best Sea Bass. This may sound naive of me but I never knew Las Vegas was a hot spot for some of the World's finest dining. This spot in particular is great for seafood. I had the best Chilean Sea bass of my life here. Be ready to spend money however. This place is not cheap.
Very nice treat....
11 of us did the "family style" meal here this past weekend...huge variety of seafood for an appetizer(2 different types of oysters, shrimp coctail, crab legs) and a nice selection for main course(kobe flat iron, fish(?), scallops, lobster, mashed potatoes, fresh veggies etc...),the seafood was fresh and spectacular...the kobe flat iron was amazing...there was a special fish whose name escapes me...that was the best I've ever had. Plenty of everything so that each person gets some of each. We couldn't finish everything.
The family style is well worth it. With 5 bottles of wine , coffee and tax/tip included, we spent $130 each. Not cheap, but well worth it for a 3 hour meal of more great food than you can finish. If you don't mind spending the $$, this is worth it. If you do 1 great meal every once in a while...this could be it.
The service could not have been better.
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