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Rick Moonen's RM Seafood
Seafood Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30AM–11PM
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Mandalay Place 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89119
3950 South Las Vegas BoulevardUSNevadaLas Vegas89119
(702) 632-9300rmseafood.com
$$$Seafood Restaurant, BarToday 11:30AM–11PM
Tuesday 11:30AM–11PMWednesday 11:30AM–11PMThursday 11:30AM–11PMFriday 11:30AM–11PMSaturday 11:30AM–11PMSunday 11:30AM–11PMMonday 11:30AM–11PM
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Mandalay Place restaurant with fresh seafood in either the casual downstairs or intimate upstairs.- Google
"I have only sat at the downstairs bar, and the service has been great."
"Loved the king Crab California roll."
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Jordan Hitt
a week ago
Cheer him on but I will never forget the terrible experience I had there when I took my mom for her birthday on a very slow Sunday night.... Did not get a drink for almost 20 minuets, you were out of 2 different vodkas, and the kicker... Served us muscles that some weren't opened (means they are bad) and when I was just going to push them to the side and not say anything, there was then a hair in it too! So then when I said something... I was then asked if I wanted them to exchange the exact number of muscles that were bad (in a rude tone). Not one apology. Oh and funny thing I am in the hospitality industry and even gave them my card. I do have to say after following up with them... I will never send anyone there again.
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James Norberg
8 months ago
First off the sushi rolls had shells in them that cut my mouth. Mistakes happen and I let this slide. The food crippled both me and my wife on our last night in Vegas. We were both stuck in our room sick because of this $100+ meal. So cut mouth, sick, and missed our last night in Vegas. I regret ever going here.
Paulette Smith
a year ago
Worst experience ever. We go to Las Vegas every year for our anniversary and participate in Restaurant week. That is when you can get a gourmet meal at a deep discount and the proceeds go to feed the hungry children in Vegas. It has been a win-win for us. We get a great meal and help the less fortunate. Not every restaurant participates so you have to pick and choose. We always choose one of the participating restaurants for our very special anniversary dinner. Last summer we chose RM-Rick Moonen Seafood. It was awful! The service was mediocre. For 100.00 for the meal we got skimpy appetizers that were not that tasty and then we got less than adequate salmon and a plate of skirt steak that was on the tough side. Literally nothing on the plate but a few slices of overcooked, tough skirt steak. The ladies next to use ordered a ceasar salad and asked it had been made with anchovies, When told No...they requested a few. Upon receiving the bill they realized they's been charged for the anchovies. They were highly upset and rightly so so cause guess what...one of the main ingredients that makes a ceasar salad a ceasar salad is anchovies! Ridiculous! The whole thing was ridiculous. If you are going to participate in such a worthy cause don't embarrass yourself and your guests by skimping and serving horrendous food. Will never go back...ever. It was the worst anniversary meal hands down. Go to Aureole by Charlie Palmer. Best food, best service! They made a video of us for our anniversary and treated us like royalty. The table side service was over the top fantastic. Avoid RM unless you just like wasting your money
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Craig Wadsworth
2 years ago
December 7 2013 for dinner. Rhode Island Calamari was outstanding appetizer with the roasted peppers an excellent addition. Calamari was light, good texture and not overdone or chewy or greasy. Entree was RM Style Cioppino, again excellent balance between ingredients with everything cooked very well. My guest had the Scallops and reported they were the best that she had ever had. Price is upper range, but well worth the cost as such things go in Las Vegas. If you are a seafood lover would highly recommend.
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Kamili Samms
3 months ago
The fish was great! Had a chance to sit at the sushi bar and chat with the head chef. Loved the king Crab California roll. Only reason why I didnt give the restaurant 5 stars is because the lunch sushi menu could have offered more options.
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Patricia Ladd
8 months ago
Really, the only reason I came to this restaurant was to try the 16-flavor ice cream tasting dessert, where you're given 16 (sometimes wacky) ice cream flavors and an answer sheet and challenged to guess what each flavor is. That experience was really fun and definitely 5 stars! So I would recommend going for that (and maybe only for that) if it sounds fun to you too. The rest of the restaurant was just okay. It was very loud and very crowded. The atmosphere was more like a Chili's than an expensive dining option. It was very dark inside, and right off the casino floor. We had some sushi rolls that were good, but nothing I would go back for.
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Drew Jackson
a year ago
I first dined at RM in 2006; I loved it then and I love it even more now. Great food, atmosphere and location, with a friendly and accommodating staff. I enjoyed the food and fare so much that I ate there twice this past weekend. Fresh fresh fresh is all that I can say for every piece of fish/seafood that I ate. You get what you pay for most times in this world, and I am happy to pay a premium for a great dining experience. I will go back every time I am in Las Vegas!!!!!! Nice work RM!!!
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Sam Rua
2 years ago
Food was overpriced and not very good. $25 for a sushi roll? Perhaps if it was good, but the two rolls (Endless Summer and Spicy King Salmon) we ordered were bland and uninspired. Also had a couple of drinks that were, again, overpriced and uninspired. The chunks of potatoes in the clam chowder were really undercooked (to the point of being crunchy). There are much better places to go in Vegas.