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About SEA Vegas: The Thai Experience
The restaurant opened its first location in Brooklyn, N.Y. in 2002. The restaurant’s sleek modern design made it a perfect backdrop for films such as "Garden State" and "Sex and the City." After seven successful years in Brooklyn, SEA opened a second location in the Meat Packing District, becoming a favorite dining location for many New Yorkers. Now making its way to the Las Vegas Strip, SEA at Bally's Las Vegas offers guests a fresh, exotic destination to experience the flavorful taste of Thai food and the aroma of Asian spices as they enjoy the ambiance of the Bangkok-inspired modern design.
Bally's Hotel and Casino
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Asian, Thai, Southeast Asian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch and Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 11:00am - 12:00am, Friday - Saturday: 11:00am - 1:00am
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Free parking is available in the Bally's/Paris parking structure.
Valet parking is also available in front of either the Bally's or Paris Hotels.
Private Party Contact:
Bamrung Thammaruksa: (702) 686-5491
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
SEA Vegas: The Thai Experience Ratings and Reviews
We used a groupon which was a great deal. Server was friendly and quick. Appetizers came quickly and were delish. We ordered the crab rangoons and lettuce wraps. Both excellent. We both only had water but refills were constant. For mains we both ordered curry. Both were very good did not mind ordering the rice as an extra as they could include and increase the price. My wife did not want rice anyways. Would go back next trip out and recommend to others to try. Location was a bit hard to find. I would give yourself extra time to find it.
The restaurant was challenging to find because it is within the Bally's Casino complex which wasn't clear from the restaurant description or Google Maps. We stood at reception for 5 minutes before anyone approached to seat us, which we thought was pretty inhospitable. We were given a nice table and assured that we could be served in a time frame that accommodated our show. The food was very good and served speedily. In fact it made it to the table before our drinks did and we had to request our drinks again. To our surprise and annoyance, rice was not included in the entre but is an additional charge. Lastly, they recorded us as a no show even though we specified when we gave our name that it was through Open Table. Thanks to Open Table for sorting that out quickly. I obviously have reservations (no pun intended) about this restaurant but would recommend it with the following privisos: do not go under time pressure and the service delays will be less aggravating: although listed as a $$ restaurant on Open Table, it is more like a $$$ or $$$$ when you actually order a meal.
Really enjoyed our dinner here service was fast, and drunken noodles level 4 and spicy green curry level 3 were outstanding! Crab rangoons were good, the honey walnut shrimp was too mayo covered and meh. But I would come back for the entrees over and over. Yes pricy for Thai but nice ambiance!
I would not recommend this restaurant, even with the Groupon that I had. A meal for two people with one glass of wine was $100. The quality of the food was not worthy of a $100. Additionally, service was extremely slow and did not bother to check on his tables during dinner.
Solid 4 Stars. YES, we would go back. LONGER VERSION: We are locals, and she is a former Thai Chef from Chiang Mai, and had never been to SEA, so we wanted to try. It was Very Good. COCKTAILS: My companion ordered a Mai Tai - which she found very good. I had a glass of Super Tuscan, and my gripe for the evening was that the wine was warm. Should be served very slightly chilled, it seemed even warmer than room temperature. FOOD: Kept it simple tonight, ordering the Garlic Prawns and the Pineapple Fried Rice with Shrimp. Both the prawns and the shrimp were very good sized, and both dishes were very tasty. We would order them again. SERVICE, Etc. Service was very good. Couples - ask for a table next to the fountain/pond - kind of cool. This is a very good place and Yes, we will be back.
We went to the place while on a work trip. There were ten of us, two who arrived 20 minutes late. We all had to have itemized, separate checks and then separate checks for any alcohol. They were unflappable and so accommodating. The food was delicious and the portions exceedingly generous. They varied the spice levels on request and when one member of our party simply didn't like her dish, is they easily replaced it and got her a new entree very quickly.
Those of us who had cocktails really enjoyed them. I had the Bee's Knees and it was delicious. We had kosher and vegans and teetotalers in our group and everyone had a great meal and a lovely time. They were willing to adapt any recipe to meet dietary needs or just people's tastes. Since I picked the place, I was so happy to see our disparate group all enjoy a delicious meal in a lovely and relaxed setting.
This is a small restaurant, but they pack a lot of flavor into their food. There are plenty of menu choices available - beef, poultry, seafood, vegetarian.
Service was good, as the server checked on us frequently to make certain everything was to our liking. It was.
As another reviewer has mentioned, if you like your Thai food spicy, ask for 'extra spicy'. You'll be asked how spice on a scale of 1-5. I ordered my pad kee mow ('drunken noodles') at a '4' and it was just right.
The panko-crusted softshell crab appetizer was cooked perfectly and consisted of three whole crabs, plus a small pile of greens.
The spicy seafood salad was also tasty and of a generous portion.
We will be back!
It really isn't that anything was bad. It is just a Sea in Brooklyn on Metropolitan Avenue is my favorite Thai restaurant of all
Time. I am a native New Yorker and was very excited that Sea was coming to Las Vegas.
The food while ok, was over priced and did not taste the same as the New York location. The restaurant itself has very little ambiance. And really the prices are rough for what you get
Fairly reasonably priced for a restaurant on the strip. The food was good (honey walnut shrimp, tup tim fritters, green curry, Rama the king). At full price, I feel there is better value on the strip, for a little more money. There's grpn available, and the restaurant is good about it. Wines are on the pricey side for what you get. Ambiance is nice with the water feature
The papaya salad was very good but the seafood soup and the seafood noodles were very overpriced and not as tasty. The crab Rangoon was very good and the fried calamari was very very chewy. I expected a lot better food here and my daughter in law is philippine and I compare all food to her food which is unbelievable flavor and taste for fresh seafood and not over cooked seafood.
This little gem is tucked away inside Balky's near the BLT Steakhouse. The first thing you notice is a large Buddha standing over a reflection pool directly in the middle of the restaurant, which is surrounded by wooden tables and seats so you can be up close and personal and soak up the atmosphere. The service is superior, you are never left wanting for anything and the food is fantastic - sweet chili salmon, soft shell crabs, and even the calamari all had the Tai influence which made it a lovely and unique experience. And I loved the presentation on the plates - they say you eat first with your eyes and this was definitely a feast for your eyes and taste buds -
Food was good. Price expected for restaurants on the strip. Each dish costs $22-30. Appetizer was 12-15. Had the pho with chicken, chicken satay, pork chop, curry and pineapple fried rice. All fine more on the sweet side. Staff was very attentive. Not bad but feel there is better value on the strip.
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