SEA: The Thai Experience joined the culinary lineup at Bally’s Las Vegas in October of 2010, since then it has been pleasing guest daily with its unique take on Asian fusion cuisine. SEA is open for lunch and dinner with space available for private functions.
SEA (being an acronym for South East Asia) opened its first location in Brooklyn, New York in 2002. Its sleek modern design made it the perfect backdrop for films such as Garden State and the popular television series Sex and the City. After seven successful years in Brooklyn, SEA opened a second location in the
Meat Packing District, quickly becoming a favorite dining location for many New Yorkers.
Now making itself known to Las Vegas Thai restaurant aficionados, SEA: The Thai Experience offers guests a fresh, exotic destination where they can enjoy the flavorful taste of Thai food and the aroma of Asian spices within the relaxing ambiance of the Bangkok-inspired modern design.
The diverse menu offers guests a variety of specialty Thai and Vietnamese dishes including grilled lemongrass chicken, tamarind whole fish, classic pork chop, volcanic chicken (served flambe!) and pineapple curry duck.
To complete the dining experience, guests can pair their entrées with unique Thai beers, choose from a brilliant wine selection, or select from SEA's very own specialty cocktails such as the Suwanmalee (a Thai lychee martini), or the Sakuntala (SEA’s signature pomegranate mojito). Guest can also satisfy their sweet tooth with SEA's unique selection of seasonal desserts, featuring the crowd pleasing Golden Banana Roll, a crisp "spring roll" stuffed with sliced banana and cheesecake.
SEA: The Thai Experience is located next to Bally’s Steakhouse inside the Bally's Casino on the fabulous Las Vegas Strip. For reservations, please call 702-967-3888.
SEA Vegas | 3645 Las Vegas Blvd | Las Vegas, Nevada | 89109
Owned and operated by Hakkasan Group, the prestigious global leader in the dining and nightlife industry, Social House located at The Shops at Crystals brings a bold vision and a distinctive ambiance to Las Vegas’ culinary scene. Famed for its innovative traditional and modern Japanese cuisine, the restaurant is frequently flocked by red carpet A-listers who come to enjoy its multi-sensory dishes, impeccable sake program, unrivaled décor and exuberant vibe.
Social House’s menu is a masterpiece serving an eclectic blend of Asian-inspired tastes prepared with the freshest ingredients that are sure to marvel any palate. With an extensive menu, immaculate sake program and a handcrafted cocktail selection guests continue to come and indulge in items that are the true stars of the restaurant.
Living up to its name, guests are encouraged to share each course “family style,” which creates an opportunity to socialize while dining. The educated Social House staff guide guests through the menu as they describe the several different categories including raw dishes, tartars, salads, hot dishes, social cuts, Kobe beef, specialty sushi rolls, sashimi to name a few.
Complementing this thoughtful lineup is a dining space that provides warmth and intimacy suitable to creating an unforgettable evening. The distinctive setting is crafted in sleek contemporary décor that radiates a sense of tranquility spreading throughout the space. Dark woods are incorporated with rich and warm colors like chocolate, red and orange while unique lighting designs add to the ambiance.
Social House is located on the second floor of Crystals with an enclosed dining area, and open dining terrace that overlooks the lavish row of designer boutiques.
TAPISILOG is considered standard words in the Filipino language, these terms are used by many Filipino restaurants.
TAP-SI-LOG is from 3 words.
TAP – comes from TAPA which is cured beef usually marinated with salt, vinegar, soy sauce and pepper.
SI – comes from SINANGAG which is a Filipino fried rice made with white rice, garlic, salt and peper.
LOG – comes from the word ITLOG meaning EGG. Served and cooked at any style.
Usually you will find other varieties of the said meal to satisfy the cravings of not only filipinos but for everyone in reasonable amount.