So good. I can't wait to go back. I drove 4 hours. Will do it again. Landrys was recommended to us by a chef at a fine restaurant. He knows his seafood.
Food was very good but service was a little slow despite the best attempts from our waitresses
I will never return. Cafeteria food would be better, and the place was not clean or comfortable. Overall dud.
Our server was especially pleasant and accommodating!
Our server Krissy was fantastic. She made our night. The food was good & her recommendations were great (fish tacos & drinks)
Enjoyed the food very good fish and chips
Snapper was a little over cooked
Overall enjoyed the visit
I asked my fiancé to marry me here :) they gave me some of the best seats in the middle of the restaraunt and made sure that we could take up the center of the room for pictures ❤️
Crab legs over priced - dry and some clusters old tasting - served one cluster at time and wait time in between was long
Drawn butter - zero taste
Famous salad - didn't understand what was special about it
Mashed potatoes - hardened immediately, sticky, bland
Overall seriously disappointed in the meal.
This was my second visit to Landry's Seafood. Both proved to be great dining experiences and the restaurant atmosphere is very pleasant. Food is definitely a hit.
Great addition to my first visit to Vegas ❤
Very attentive waitresses. The both made sure we have enough drinks and ask if there is something else we wanted. The food came very timely and hot and delicious. Our group was impressed with the service. Our server even knew some of my guests names. Overall experience was wonderful!
The food was very good and the service, impeccable.
Our server was amazing. It was very slow and there wasn't a lot of guest but she was very friendly and made great recommendations (sorry I didn't get her name). The appetizers were the best. Crawfish bread was flavorful and filling. It was a nice quiet spot for a Saturday afternoon.
In a town where you may want CHEAP decent seafood, you don’t have many options. I think there’s only one Red Lobster and then there’s Landry’s. Landry’s is a family of many other companies like Chart House (at the Golden Nugget and a bit higher end,) and others like RainForest Café, Claim Jumper, etc.
Landry’s seafood is always solid. Their lobster bisque is great and all of their seafood platters are tasty. Their Chilean Seabass is not only cheap ($30-$35) but we think one of the best in the city for the value.
So what’s the problem with Landry’s? It’s where it is located. Let’s be honest, it’s in a low rent district which is directly across the street from a low-end, crappy of a dump casino named the Palace Station. The problem you run into is every cheap, dirty scumbag walks across the street to eat here. This is high-end and fancy for them. Each time we go here, it’s full of ghetto swine; most of them being locals too. Not much Landry’s can do about it.
If this establishment were in Summerlin or Henderson, they would be crowded and always busy. Go for the food, but be prepared (especially if you sit in the bar,) to see and hear some loud, obnoxious trash. We go about every 6-8 months, because we have a hankering for some good seafood. We would go more often is we could transport this place to a higher-end part of town.
We were there on a weekday at 5:30 so they weren't very busy. Service was fast and efficient and food came out hot. My only complaint is the server brought the mains out before we finished our salads. That's one of my pet peeves----not pacing the meal properly. Food was good, I had scallops and my husband had the snapper, nice size portions. First time there and we will go back.
Landry's food quality lacked in the simplest ways. The appetizers we had were not that hard to cook and simply were not cooked right.. the fried green tomatoes were mushy because they were cut so thin and fried in not hot enough grease. Presentation lacked completely. I used to go to Landrys alot back in the day, but it has gone down hill very much . When I called to ask when the happy hour gets busy in anticipation of trying it out, I was told by machala that it starts getting busy at 11:30a which didn't even answer my question. I asked when in the evening does it start getting busy - she still said 11:30a is when happy hour starts. I then asked to speak to a manager, and the manager said the SAME thing. I almost didn't come, thinking we wouldn't have a seat and when we got there, there was hardly anyone there. Very BAD representation of the brand. The dining room was empty too. It was very disappointing.