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3900 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Reno Ave.) Send to Phone
A twinkling roof enhances the romantic ambience in this appealing restaurant, which features imaginative seafood preparations.

Dinner Thurs.-Mon.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Sacred Sea Room Restaurant Review

: A wave-like green-and-blue mosaic ceiling, plus wall murals and reproduction hieroglyphic scenes of fishing on the Nile, considered the sacred sea of Egypt, create an aquatic atmosphere for this serene restaurant. Featuring abundant varieties of fresh fish flown in daily, the Sacred Sea Room features such specialties as crustaceans from its lobster tank, sautéed halibut with mustard-caper sauce and blackened swordfish with Cajun spices and lemon beurre blanc. Among other good bets: the appetizer of New Zealand green mussels with fresh tomatoes and basil in a mustard vinaigrette; and linguine with sea scallops, jumbo prawns and crab tossed with mushrooms, artichokes and sun-dried tomatoes in a Parmesan cream sauce. You can also get a 12-ounce New York steak or a breast of chicken Angelica---stuffed with lobster, truffle and spinach over a Gorgonzola mornay sauce. Raspberry cheesecake, crème brûlée, tiramisu and lemon tarts are exquisite works of art.
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