This restaurant came highly recommended by some and since we love seafood, we decided on Sea Blue for dinner while we were in Las Vegas. It was a big disappointment. Despite having made reservations far in advance, we were seated in the bar area, rather than the main dining area.
This is a very expensive restaurant (over $200 for two with no wine) and it is not worth the money. We both had salads which were ok but nothing special and cost $14 each. I ordered the tuna medium rare and it came mostly raw, which I didn't send back since I eat raw fish without a problem. But all Sea Blue's fish is served with nothing on it - no sauce or any interesting preparation. It is grilled, supposedly over a wood fire but had no wood taste, with a minute amount of olive oil and parsley. It really had no flavor and I could do this at home on the grill for a lot less than the $41 they charged. My husband had the paella which he thought it was pretty good but not outstanding. The wine list is very expensive - we didn't see anything for less than $48.
If there is a chef here with any imagination, they are keeping him well hidden. Altogether a big, boring disappointment.