We came at 7:45 pm and had a reservation but didn't need it as there were tables open. I had the mermaid mojito and it was very good but had more ice than usual. Our food came very quickly. It tasted good, but I ordered the angel hair pasta with sea scallops and got linguine (tastes the same, obviously, just wasn't what I ordered) and my scallops were very gritty. I ended up not finishing my meal. My husband got the fried combo meal and said it was very good. It was pretty pricey for what we got, but TI gave us a 2 for 1 entree coupon when we checked in so that made it more worth it.
Son’s 21st Birthday
Convenient right in our casino
Good value as we had a coupon
Excellent service and food! We spent a really good time. Thanks
Our food was just okay... nothing special. The service was good.
Surprisingly good food at good prices and great service. Not rediculos Vegas prices. I would go back the next time I was in Vegas
We went here looking for seafood. This place is a well kept secret. Fresh shrimp crèche, steamed mussels and clams, fish stew made to meet dietary requests. All fresh, cooked perfectly, came to table piping hot. Great prices. Would go back in a minute.
Fish and chips were yummy!
The scallops and beignet were excellent, but the blackened sea bass dish was not worth the price. The mojitos were also fairly average. If stay at treasure island and receive the buy one get one entree, I would recommend the restaurant.
Food was not good for the price, staff spread too thin to be attentive.
This chain restaurant location inside the Treasure Island Hotel has less ambiance than a Red Lobster. The bright lights, plastic menus, huge variety of fried seafood and pasta combinations, and bland-sounding sides (rice pilaf, french fries, etc.) don't don much to inspire confidence in the sophistication or the freshness of the seafood.
However, we were pleasantly surprised by the fish we ordered. Grilled sea bass and rainbow trout were both nicely seasoned and perfectly cooked. The sides (dull rice, steamed broccoli and
brussels sprouts) were completely bland and uninspired; but at least the fish was good.
Decided to eat here because we were seeing Mystere and we were staying at TI and TI gave us a BOGO. Bad mistake. We walked in at 8:45 PM and the place was pretty much empty. It's decorated like an upscale Captain D's. The table next to us each ordered steamer bowls and they looked good but we were starving. We ordered the stuffed mushrooms as an app. The plate arrived sizzling but the shrooms were raw and the stuffing lukewarm at best and tuff to find any crab, the mornay sauce was boring. Obviously, they just put the plate under the warmer for a few minutes and called that cooked. I ordered the Lobster Cobb salad. The lettuce (NOT romaine like the menu reads, but iceberg) was chopped to death which turned to water so there was a huge puddle of water in the bottom of the bowl and the lettuce was chopped to mush. A few sprinkles of bacon, a few cherry tomatoes, a few sprinkles of blue cheese, a quartered hardboiled egg and a few bites of decently cooked lobster claw meat on top. Because of all the water in the salad you couldn't taste the dressing. We picked out the lobster and egg and skipped the watery salad entirely. We also ordered the lobster burrito. It was large because of all the rice, it was boring and didn't find any pico de gallo, just rice and lobster. The lobster was cooked right, just not enough so we removed the huge tortilla shell and ate just the lobster meat and some of the rice and avocado. It came w/ an unexpected side salad that was very tasty, so much more than the lobster Cobb. Service was rushed even tho the place was empty. Yet it took our waiter a long time to bring out extra plates so we could share. I would never go back, BOGO or not! Food is marginal at best and like all restaurants on the strip - expensive. Don't waste your money! If you want great seafood, go to The Grotto in the Golden Nugget on Fremont St., excellent seafood & service and for a lot less money.
Very very average. Only tried it because we were seeing “Mystere”. Should have stayed with restaurants at the Palazzo
Food was good, nothing special.
Food was terrible my sea bass was horrible and costly , my grandsons Mac n cheese was not edible just too pricey for the quality of food. My husband and sons food was good they didn’t complain my daughter in laws crabs were over cooked and stuck to the shells difficult to eat. Then I was nice a tipped the waitress at least 10% for terrible food and service on a 220.00 bill and they had the courtesy to add an additional 20 to the top so I’m disputing the extra charge the nerve of these people, I wouldn’t recommend anyone to this restaurant .
We went for our first time in Vegas and a quick Valentine's dinner before Mystere. All of the staff was amazing. Great mixed cocktails. A great variety of seafood. The decor was so colorful and fun!
We had to request a server after waiting for at least 10 minutes with no one acknowledging us. The manager was the one I spoke to and instead of trying to help us he just said someone will be with you shortly. Our server had too many tables or just wasn't efficient. Everything took forever. The table next too us had the same problem. Horrible service and very expensive. The manager just stood around and watched his servers run around like crazy instead of jumping in and helping like a good manager would/should.
In Vegas, ate at Seafood Shack before going to a show in Treasure Island. The waitress was very nice and friendly. The decor is fun. Unfortunately, the food was bad, at least not to my family's taste. I think everyone only took one or two bites of their plates. We love seafood, just didn't fit our palate.
Although server was informed of a food allergy, plate came out with the allergen. Everyone else enjoyed meal while I waited for mine. Food was good, everyone else finished, and I started my plate and server comes to table and asks who wants dessert????? not a question you ask when the host who booked the table is 1/4 - 1/2 way done with meal, making the whole situation feel awkward and rushed.
A little pricey, but great tasting seafood. Great friendly staff.
Good seafood and quick service makes this a good place to eat and enjoy
Expensive and not that tasty
I thought this was going to be more fine dining for seafood but it felt more like a coffee shop. The menu was not appealing to me so I just ended up ordering clam chowder which was ok. My friends ordered fish. It came with steamed vegetables and rice or potatoes. Very plain. Would not go back.
Had a 5:30 PM Reservation for 2. Only I could be there. Sat me near entrance. Didn't realize how near until others began arriving. Turns out it was on the main path to other tales. Could have sat me differently, especially as I requested non-traffic/ reasonably quiet area. I believe I would have had a better location if I had not been alone. Otherwise food and service was fine. Food not outstanding but quite good.
got coupon upon checking into T.I casino , order the sea food pasta it had 3 pcs of shrimp , i dont know but a 26 dollar seafood dish should have a little more , would have complained but waiter only came around to take our order and then to deliver bill at the end .
Very happy with the good food and very attentive wait staff.
My wife had the fried shrimp platter and it was excellent. I had the cioppino and it was very, very good. Not quite as good as Scoma’s in San Francisco, but the best inland version I’ve had.
food was excellent but service was terrible the restaurant was busy and waiters had too many tables (not their fault) however there were TWO mangers in coats and ties that found it more important to stand at the hostess desk talking rather than helping refill drinks or bring food to tables just poor leadership from management team
Went there spur of the moment and it was the best choice i could have made for Las Vegas Dining!
Awesome service! Food was yummy. Waitress was attentive and very nice!
Excellent gumbo with sausage and chicken. Also had crab and lobster stuffed mushroom appetizer. Just the right amount for a pre-theater dinner. Rodora was a great server, too.
Food was good. Lightening was very high and not cozy for a business dinner.
The food was well-cooked, but incredibly plain. The grilled salmon was tender and juicy, but lacked any flavor. The blackened tilapia wasn’t really blackened; it was drowned in an excessive amount seasoned salt. For the price (almost $100 for 2 people), I was disappointed in the food. The blackberry margarita was incredible, though!
More hype on this restaurant than what it is worth. This is not a high end seafood restaurant, it is seafood and just ok flavoring food. French fries were cold. Lobster salad tasted like water with zero flavor. Too much batter on fish, but fish itself was good. Lobster / crab mushrooms good, mushrooms could of been cooked a tad longer. Mojitos good. Servers were nice, food was prompt. Overall, just a place to eat and not for a special occasion looking for a romantic outing.
Really good food! I had the crab stuffed salmon and it was beyond excellent. I also had really good ceviche. The ceviche comes with tortilla chips but the pieces of fish were huge. Too big for scooping with the chips. Once I cut it up, I was good to go. I’d order it again. I wish I knew the name of our waitress. Blonde ponytail, cute, mid thirties. Sweet and attentive. I have nothing bad to say about this place. It’s not fancy. You feel comfortable. It’s got a beachfront seafood shack vibe.
The food was real good.
The host at the front was no were to be found.i went to look for her,when I returned to the host position,she was being rude to my wife..after hearing from the host that there were no tables,and the place was haft empty,I told her we had reservations then we were seated right away....seems like manger still had some work to do with his employees.
One of the more affordable seafood options on the Strip. I was pleased with the food, less so with the service. Not that it was bad, just unremarkable....
Waiter was great, wish there was a wider variety of seafood.
The food was ok, did not like herbs used in stuffed salmon, rice pilaf needed to be more like rice pilaf, had some unusual stuff in it,service was ok, gave waiter 2-1 coupon, he told us had to spend at least 14.95 for first meal. We spent 38.95 on one and 37.95 on second, he brought us the bill for the full amount. He did remove be entree but had to ask him to.