Location: Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino
3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV, 89119
Phone: (702) 632-9300
Cuisine at RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas: Contemporary Seafood
Reservations at RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas: Recommended upstairs
Price Range at RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas: $10 - $30 per entree
Hours at RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas:
Upstairs Lounge: 5:00pm-10:00pm
Attire at RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas:
Upstairs: Business Casual
Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence – 2008
Wine List: California, France
Wine Selection: 630
What it’s like at RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas?
If you enjoy a casual meal where you can have good conversation and great food you will be delighted with RM Seafood. If you like the idea of eating with a conscious you’ll keep coming back. RM Seafood does a fabulous job of supporting Ocean Friendly Seafood serving practices. I know you don’t want to be burdened with the idea that your meal is hurting the environment, but if you are concerned about it, RM Seafood will help.
Chef Rick Moonen has a passion for sustainable fishing and seafood and it is evident in his restaurant. I'll be the first to tell you that there is nothing hotter than a good looking, sexy server bringing my drinks and then educating me on the proper way to order seafood. Her ability to articulate those selections from the seafood menu that should be avoided not only captivates me but impressed those around me.
Nobody is shoving responsibility down your throat but if you want to know a little about it, strike up a conversation and they are more than willing to share the concept behind RM Seafood.
If you are into simple menus and a relaxed laid back lunch with good food, RM is for you. Also, if you want the same laid back feeling but in a more elegant setting go upstairs and experience it for dinner.
How’s the food at RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas?
Salads are concise in non dramatic, mixed greens, iceberg wedge or Caesar.
Now, if you are looking for the very good stuff, prepare yourself because RM Seafood has a lot of really tasty dishes. Each of these is what Las Vegas is all about. Have a beer or a glass of wine and then enjoy the Fried Ipswich clams for $16, Fish tacos with a mango salsa for $14, or the Rick's Catfish Sloppy Joe for $11.
The Clam Chowder is very good and you could easily the chowder and a beer and call it a meal.
I had a Stop, Drop n Roll for $14 that had King crab tempura, avocado, funky sauce, tobiko. I added some extra wasabi to get a little more kick and I thought what they described as a funky sauce could have used a bit more funkyness.
The wine list is impressive and wine spectator thinks so as well. I am not sure how they can balance the eco-friendly food with the not so eco-friendly wine but I love the grapes so who am I to complain?
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