This restaurant is a real gem in an otherwise lackluster hotel. Not only was the food pretty good, but the decor and lighting were a step up from most of the Thai restaurants we've been to. If you're looking for good Asian fusion food and a respite from the constant assault on your senses that you experience in Vegas, you're sure to appreciate this place.
We were seated in the back next to the reflection pool, which was quiet and romantic. The wooden benches were hard, but not uncomfortable. Our waitress was friendly and chatty and checked on us every once in a while without rushing us. I had the Crazy Pad Thai with duck and liked it, but wasn't "crazy" about the mangoes. My husband went with the Volcanic Chicken, which arrived at our table in ball of flames. It wasn't the best Thai food we've ever eaten, but it did satisfy our cravings.
We thought the prices were fair, given our overall experience. Like with most things in Vegas, though, you don't have to pay full price. If you're staying at Bally's, or a sister property, you'll probably get a coupon for Sea in one of the booklets they give you, or you can buy a discount ticket (30% off I think) through the discount ticket booths like Tix4Tonight.
The next time we're looking for a sanctuary in Vegas, we will return to Sea.
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