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SEAFOOD SHACK  ******   LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.treasureisland.com/restaurants/seafood_shack.php Located inside the Treasure Island Casino, Seafood Shack is a marine-themed restaurant offering the typical seafood/fish fare one would expect in such place. The bar opens to the main casino floor, but the dining-room itself is situated at the back, so you are relatively undisturbed by all the gaming noises like pings, dings, squeals of joy at the big win (relatively rare) or screams of despair at having just gambled away your house and car (more frequent). The space is rather large and offers different seating options, also for larger groups. The décor seems more on the casual side, but definitely very much in accordance with the nautical vibe, with some cute knick- knacks featured throughout the room. On the positive side: the service is prompt and very friendly. We were there with a party of 10, with everybody laughing, catching up and taking absolutely no interest in locating a desired food item from the menu. Yet our waiter remained unfazed and patiently returned three times until everybody was finally ready to order. Our dishes were brought relatively quickly, everybody received the right one and even paying the bill at the end (three separate checks) turned out to be no problem at all. So big thumbs up for great organization and efficiency! On the negative side: the food itself did not prove to be as enticing as one would hope. I love seafood and was really looking forward to this, but I ended up barely even touching my entree. I chose the Ahi Tuna Poke to start with and the Grilled Salmon. as main course. The appetizer was edible, but you could smell right away that the tuna was not of the best quality. It wasn’t spoilt or anything, it just failed to meet the high standards you expect when ordering raw fish. The salmon was dried out to the point where it could easily pass for salmon jerky. One of the worst seafood dishes I have had in Vegas. Therefore I would say that if freshly caught fish is what strikes you fancy, you will likely be rather disappointed. Most of my friends, however, ordered the battered and deep-fried variety and found it pretty good. So if you don’t necessarily insist on feasting your taste buds on the delicate flavors of your shrimp or fish and are happy to combine those with some good old-fashioned breaded goodness, then this might just be the place for you. I personally would probably not go there again: for what they charge the food really is just barely average.
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SEAFOOD SHACK  ******   LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.treasureisland.com/restaurants/seafood_shack.php Located inside the Treasure Island Casino, Seafood Shack is a marine-themed restaurant offering the typical seafood/fish fare one would expect in such place. The bar opens to the main casino floor, but the dining-room itself is situated at the back, so you are relatively undisturbed by all the gaming noises like pings, dings, squeals of joy at the big win (relatively rare) or screams of despair at having just gambled away your house and car (more frequent). The space is rather large and offers different seating options, also for larger groups. The décor seems more on the casual side, but definitely very much in accordance with the nautical vibe, with some cute knick-knacks featured throughout the room. On the positive side: the service is prompt and very friendly. We were there with a party of 10, with everybody laughing, catching up and taking absolutely no interest in locating a desired food item from the menu. Yet our waiter remained unfazed and patiently returned three times until everybody was finally ready to order. Our dishes were brought relatively quickly, everybody received the right one and even paying the bill at the end (three separate checks) turned out to be no problem at all. So big thumbs up for great organization and efficiency! On the negative side: the food itself did not prove to be as enticing as one would hope. I love seafood and was really looking forward to this, but I ended up barely even touching my entree. I chose the Ahi Tuna Poke to start with and the Grilled Salmon. as main course. The appetizer was edible, but you could smell right away that the tuna was not of the best quality. It wasn’t spoilt or anything, it just failed to meet the high standards you expect when ordering raw fish. The salmon was dried out to the point where it could easily pass for salmon jerky. One of the worst seafood dishes I have had in Vegas. Therefore I would say that if freshly caught fish is what strikes you fancy, you will likely be rather disappointed. Most of my friends, however, ordered the battered and deep-fried variety and found it pretty good. So if you don’t necessarily insist on feasting your taste buds on the delicate flavors of your shrimp or fish and are happy to combine those with some good old-fashioned breaded goodness, then this might just be the place for you. I personally would probably not go there again: for what they charge the food really is just barely average.
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