Sea Harbour Restaurant at Caesars Palace
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5:00 pm - 11:00 pm daily
Sea Harbour has a patio with a view of the Garden of Gods.
Sample Menu Items
Hand-ripped boneless chicken ($20.80 for half, $38.80 for whole)
Braised shark's fin in brown sauce ($68.80 per person)
Pan-fried goose liver in abalone sauce ($28.80)
Prawns with green scallions ($25.80)
Mavens Overview: Sea Harbour
Sea Harbour at Caesars Palace brings truly authentic Cantonese cuisine to Las Vegas. Sea Harbour eight locations in mainland China plus a few in North America. If you've always wanted to try abalone or sea cucumber this is the restaurant for you, with nearly a whole page devoted to dishes made from these two ingredients. Abalone dishes start at $48.
The internet buzz is limited and mixed. If you want to try authentic Cantonese cuisine, Sea Harbour is worth trying, and you can add your own internet buzz.
Internet Buzz: Sea Harbour
- Peking duck prepared two ways ($49.80). It began with a team of servers expertly slicing the delicious duck meat table side and wrapping it with hoisin sauce in delicate crepes -- providing two or three to each member of our party. They then took the remainder and created eight lettuce wraps that were reminiscent of the basic dish you'd find in a P.F. Chang's, but infinitely better.
- The food was fantastic and the service was even better. Value? Fantastic! I ordered crab claw, seafood soup, ying yang rice, and more. Everything was fantastic and I especially enjoyed the walnut soup. I would highly recommend anyone that is feeling for Chinese food to check out Sea Harbour.
- The food was okay, not as good as the restaurant in LA.
- This place is horrible. My husband and I went to eat here yesterday, it cost us 100 per person. The food was terrible (very salty!!!)
- If you simply need to know how abalone or sea cucumber taste, this is the place to do it.