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About Rhythm Kitchen Seafood & Steaks
For the ultimate dining experience, Rhythm Kitchen Seafood & Steaks is happy to be serving French Creole themed creations. Enjoy an exquisite atmosphere, unique food, fun, and hospitality complete with what we believe to be the most delicious first class menu available. With dishes that will delight the most critical palate. The sauces, spices, and freshness of every ingredient are the pride of the chef and staff which is evident in every Rhythm Kitchen creation from American fare, Cajun and Creole to seafood, Gumbo, Jambalaya, Pasta, Steaks, Catfish, and our desserts. The extensive wine list and our specialty drinks have been carefully selected to suit the menu. Don’t forget to bring the kids to enjoy their own selections from the kid’s menu; we offer something for everyone. Our menu has a wide variety where anyone can find something to their liking and is ideal for the entire family.
Las Vegas, NV 89118
Creole / Cajun / Southern, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Happy Hour: Daily 4:00 pm-6:30 pm Dinner: Sunday-Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Our catering professionals will assist in creating your custom menu so your event is everything you dreamed it to be.
Our parking lot offers 150 spaces making visiting Rhythm Kitchen easily accessible.
Southbound bus stop directly in front of restaurant on Decatur Blvd, while Northbound bus is directly across the street.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Rhythm Kitchen Seafood & Steaks Ratings and Reviews
The food we received on the pre-fix menu was not what we expected. The lobster tail came with some strange already applied, the risotto was gummy, the caesar's salad was soggy, and the the fried brussel sprouts were greasy. The the steaks were prepared nicely and seasoned well. The crab cakes were decent and the creame brulee' had great flavor. The band put in a good effort. Overall less than expected.
The food was real, true authentic Cajun. The menu was extensive and the variety didn't stray too far from the authenticity. The atmosphere reminded me of a small restaurant in the French Quarter of New Orleans. The beignets took me back to the Café du Monde sidewalk café so many years ago. Our server, as well as other wait staff, was very attentive but not overbearing. The only complaint that I could possibly have is the addition of jalapenos to the hush puppies. Maybe some like it, but I wanted and expected traditional hush puppies. Maybe offer both varieties.
I went here for Christmas Eve. I was impressed by the decor and the service. The food choices were great and plentiful. I was just disappointed by the quality of the food. The desserts were the same quality. Nothing great, nothing awful. Just so so. Our total bill with 2 entrees, soda, and 2 desserts came to total of 82$.
I enjoyed my Crescent City Pasta very much. The rest of my party of four each ordered something different and although there were no complaints, there were no positive comments either. The silence on this was deafening. Service was attentive to the point of overbearing and almost rude in removing items from the table. It had been a couple of years since our last visit. I doubt we will return very soon.
Awesomely great food!!! Brings back memories of New Orleans which has the best food in the world. We keep coming back and bring others with us. Everybody loves it and want to come back soon. You need to bring your restaurant to the northwest part of town, so that we don't have to drive so far for good food. Waiters were very attentive and eager to please.
If your looking for something different in Las Vegas where the locals might go, Rhythum Kitchen is it! We started out with alligator bites cooked two ways. Fried and blackened with a sauce. There was fresh sour dough rolls and hushpuppies on the table. I had the crawfish duo, which came with sauteed brussel sprouts yummy! My husband had v the fried oysters, which were very tender. Mom had the frog legs, she really enjoyed. The place is a little pricey, so I would call it a special occasion restaurant it is very elegant and the food was excellent
I was very disappointed at the slow service. it is OK when it's just my wife and I, and by the way we always have another couple with us. we were there with a group recently on all you can eat crab night not only was it slow, well let me stop there because I still love the food and the ambiance.. I just wish they could be a little more attentive to regulars who tip well...
This is probably my favorite restaurant in Las Vegas. Chef Scottie never disappoints. They have some fabulous wines and the food is simply top shelf. 5 stars, all the way around. Great service, amazing food, wonderful atmosphere and no Strip prices. Emeril's got nothing on this guy's ability. The gumbo here is WAY better than Delmonico!
5 of us went to the Rhythm Kitchen for a birthday dinner. We had never been there before, so we didn't know what to expect. We ordered wine & cocktails and decided to share a couple of appetizers. We enjoyed the bread rolls and spicy hush puppies while we waited for the first course. The spinach & artichoke dip with barbeque crawfish and mozzarella was terrific! The Calamari was also very good. The portions were very large and we all worried that we were getting too full on the breads & appetizers!
The entrees were also very large portions. My catfish & scampi leftovers were as good the next afternoon as it was at dinner! Others had the jambalaya, prime rib and the crawfish etouffee. All agreed that the food was excellent. One word of advice: The portions were definitely large enough to share - especially after having breads & appetizers. The next time we go - and I do hope it is soon! - we will share the entrees or do it family style.
I highly recommend the Rhythm Kitchen. You will not be disappointed!
I have eaten at Rhythm kitchen approximately 6 times in the last 2 years. This was the first time I was not able to rate the meal excellent. The food was just warm. The baked potato was actually cold and with ice cold sour cream was almost not edible. The ribs my wife had were supposed to be moist but did not have enough sauce on them. The waitress tried her best but she also had a large party of approximately 10 and by the time were able to get her attention the food was really cold. I had the Cajun scallops and they were overcooked and rubbery.
Sorry for the bad review but not at all satisfied this time around.
For a Cajun restaurant in Nevada, I have to say I thought this place was pretty decent. Our friend got blackened alligator (he hadn't had it since he left Florida), my husband and I both got catfish and shrimp prepared in two different ways with two different sauces. We both liked our dishes. They had a good kick to them and especially the catfish was prepared so that it was moist and flakey. Dessert was more mix for all of us. Key Lime Pie was okay, Bread Budding was dry, and the beignets were on point. The service was a little slow, but our waiter knew his stuff and it wasn't so slow that we were annoyed. Plenty of parking, easy place to meet up t, and definitely a legit taste of New Orleans here in the West.
3 out of 4 dishes very salty and had to send back. All other Cajun dishes were made with same sauce so were also salty and just ordered deserts. The 4th dish was the Strip steak special -- you'd never think that a strip cut would be a pricy $54!!!! No manager on staff that night. Will not go back.
The food was great! I had the blackened catfish topped with Shrimp Creole and was spiced up just I had requested and she had the Crescent City Pasta which she thought was great but felt the pasta overshadowed all the wonderful ingredients. The appetizer - Firecracker Tuna? spicy tune over avocado served with light crisp triangles - Outstanding!! Crème Brule excellent end to a great meal.
Full disclosure. I had never had Creole food before, and all I knew was what I saw on TV.
Three of us ordered a number of dishes. The boiled shrimp and raw oysters were very good, as was my martini. Everythingelse was so deeply covered in batter and fried that the frogs' legs were indistinguishable from the shrimp and the alligator, and all were somewhat greasy. A shame too, because when I picked all the batter off the frogs' legs, the meat was great. I normally like a little grease, but this was just too much.
My boyfriend and I truly enjoyed this great restaurant! How we wished there is one here in Los Angeles. The food is great and it is one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas because of the beautiful ambiance, the tasty food, and wonderful staff! Rating is just above par and beyond our expectations!
Last year my husband and I went to New Orleans. I loved the charbroiled oysters at the Royal House and wanted to find them in Las Vegas. We went to Al's Oyster bar and could not get them. I was so dispointed!!!! I went to Trip advisor and found you! Plus, I had seen your restaurant on a show on the Food a network. We stopped in the bar and stayed with the very friendly bartender. We shall return on our next visit to alas a Vegas!!!😍😍😍
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