Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Tommy Bahama Restaurant @ Las Vegas, Nevada

I've always known Tommy Bahama to be a clothing brand synonymous with Island-Style wear. It was only on my last night in Vegas did I discover they also owned 13 Tommy Bahama's restaurants nationwide serving "Tropical Dishes" and cocktails amidst an Island setting.

Baked Bread
Their Bread was served warm the way I liked bread to be served.

Coconut Crusted Crab Cakes
Coconut Crusted Crab Cakes
I didn't taste much Coconut in their Crab Cakes but was very good with generous chunks of Crab Meat.

World Famous Coconut Shrimps
World Famous Coconut Shrimp

Grilled Steak Salad
Grilled Steak Salad
A simple salad that was executed well. The marinated steak was a little sweet and very tender.

Ahi-Tuna Tacos
Ahi Tuna Tacos
My favorite of the night. I loved the combination of textures of the soft Taco and Crispy Wonton Strips. Their Sesame Chipotle Dressing.

Seared Scallop Sliders
Seared Scallop Sliders
Another favorite of mine. The Scallops were cooked right maintaining their juiciness.

Smokehouse Angus Burger
Smokehouse Angus Burger

Tripple Chocolate Cake
Triple Chocolate Cake

The food at Tommy Bahamas was surprisingly good. According to our friendly waitress everything is made in-house including the Taco Shells. I sure hope Tommy Bahamas would open one of their restaurants in Toronto.

Food: 4.5/5
Service: 4.5/5
Ambiance: 4.5/5
Price: $$ (USD $25 per person)

Contact Information
Town Square Las Vegas
6635 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Tel: +1-702-948-6828
Web: http://www.tommybahama.com/TBG/Stores_Restaurants/Las_Vegas.jsp


“追食富迪” said...

Wow! Gorgeous foods.....make me drool....

Joan Price said...

The food looks amazing. I will definitely have to check it out when my husband and I go on our Las Vegas golf vacation. The Ahi-tuna tacos and that cake are totally going to be mine! I can't wait. Thanks for sharing your pics and review.

Kwong said...

Hey Joan!

Haha yea those Ahi-Tuna Tacos were really good! It's healthy too since it's not deep fried!