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Sea

Bally's - 3645 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV, 89109
(702) 967-3888



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Cuisine: Thai, Asian
Average cost: $15 to $25
Payment types accepted: AMEX, VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, CASH
Hours:
Open daily, 11 a.m. - 2 a.m.

Reservations: Not Applicable

Sea Review:

When you step into Sea, you instantly have a moment of zen. The restaurant features freshly made Thai food.

The minimalist, zen-like décor is a far cry from the noisy Bally's casino. Soft candlelight adds to the tranquil mood of the restaurant. There is a Koi pond in the middle and natural wooden tables and benches surrounding it.

Sea originated in New York City where it has two locations. Now, Sea brings its tasty Thai-inspired cuisine to Las Vegas in Bally's.

Sea features Thai fusion cuisine. Dishes like lemongrass chicken, volcanic chicken and pineapple curry duck are all delicious options.The menu also features beer, wine and specialty cocktails like the Thai lychee martini and Sea's signature mojito.

A few highlights on the menu include duck lettuce wraps. These lettuce wraps are delightful with fresh flat bread rolled with green leaf lettuce, julienned carrots and cucumber and tender pieces of duck. 

The coconut spring rolls are slightly oily, but a playful take on a traditional favorite. The deep fried roll includes crispy wonton shell around tender vegetables and flaky coconut.

The drunken noodles are a staple at Sea. Broad flat rice noodles are cooked until tender and served with scrambled egg, fresh peppers, carrots and other vegetables. The pad thai and shrimp curry dishes are traditionally prepared and also very good.

Plunge into the Sea with tasty Thai food. Sea is open for lunch, dinner and late night dining, daily.

-- By Nikki Neu


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