An elegant but lively allure accompanies Catch, a fresh seafood restaurant located in the Aria Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Visited by some of the most well-known celebrities from around the world, Catch elevates the typical ingredients found in Vegas with an Asian-inspired twist.
Perfect for a date night or an evening out with friends, the Catch menu has something for every occasion. Get an in-depth review of Catch, a full menu breakdown, and some essential info to know before you dine out.
Looking to make a reservation for an upcoming visit to Catch Restaurant in the Aria? Catch uses the Sevenrooms restaurant reservation platform. Make your reservation today!
A Seafood Filled Menu
Catch has a simple but impactful menu that includes all the fresh seafood you would hope for. Cold apps, sushi rolls, sashimi-style fish, and classic entrees highlight the fresh fish served here daily. Below is a complete breakdown I’ve made of each menu section and how much you can expect to pay.
The Menu at Catch
Labeled on the menu as the “Cold” section, you’ll find a variety of chilled dishes that set you up for the rest of your meal at Catch. Cold and fresh oysters are available by the 1/2 dozen or dozen and include different options. A classic Shrimp Cocktail is available as is a Baby Gem Caesar Salad.
The real highlight of the apps though is the intimidating Seafood Tower in small or large sizes. At $110 and $185 respectively, you’ll get a range of delicious fresh-caught seafood like lobster, crab, shrimp, oysters, clams, mussels, and ceviche.
The variety of options available in the sushi section of Catch will satisfy any Japanese food cravings. You can’t go wrong with the Catch Roll or the MRC Roll but I recommend the delicious Wagyu Surf and Turf Roll priced at $42.
There are also some more classic rolls like an Eel Avocado, California, or Spicy Tuna. For a more authentic experience, Catch offers sashimi and nigiri cuts like Salmon, Yellowfin Tuna, and Uni. You can, however, choose a well-prepared version of sashimi and nigiri like the Truffle Sashimi, Albacore Nigiri, and Rainbow Sashimi Salad. These options will run anywhere from $33 – $36.
The real bulk of the menu and where you’ll find decadent meals with fresh seafood is in the Catch Classics and From the Sea entrees. The treat of eating at Catch is the Asian flavors that are added to classics and nowhere is that more present than in the entree section.
Even the Crispy Shrimp and Crispy Cauliflower get Asian treatments like tobiko and spicy vegan mayo. Can’t-live-without menu items include the A5 Japanese Miyazaki Wagyu, Lobster Mac and Cheese, and Wagyu Gyoza. The more adventurous eaters can try out the Grilled Spanish Octopus or Mushroom Spaghetti. Prices here range from $23 – $38.
The From the Sea options are equally as delicious and packed with seafood from around the world. Grilled Shrimp, Seared Yellowfin Tuna, and Grilled Branzino are straightforward options. The seared Scottish Salmon or Scallop & Cauliflower options are a bit more prepared. You can also go all out with the Cantonese Lobsters that run for $119.
Rounding out the dining menu at Catch is a small selection of high-quality meat cuts. New York Strip, Filet Mignon, and a Prime Porterhouse big enough for two are all available. Even an Organic Crispy Chicken is available to satisfy all diets and preferences. The food in this section will run slightly higher on average from $38 – $160.
You’ll have your choice between five different desserts worth your consideration at Catch. The Hit Me Chocolate Cake is perfect for those who can’t stay away from the rich sweet but the Donut Wonder Wheel is a sight to see. With raspberry, cream cheese, caramel, and chocolate sauce it hits every flavor on the palate.
Other selections are the sorbet, vegan pistachio cheesecake, and the sticky coconut cake. Most desserts are $16 but the sorbet is $10 and the chocolate cake is $19.
The cocktails at Catch have been expertly crafted with some of the best spirits in the industry. Each one has several ingredients that work together to produce a unique taste that is hard to find at other Vegas bars. The Meatpacking Manhattan and Mojito Mo’problems are two highlights that are worth a sip.
A small selection of wines is available for someone wanting to pair their fish with a white, rose, or red from around the world. There are also plenty of tequila, mezcal, whiskey, bourbon, cognac, and scotch to create a cocktail of your own.
Reservations at Catch
Catch Restaurant in the Aria uses the Sevenrooms restaurant reservation platform, making it easy for diners to find availability, make a reservation, receive confirmation, and edit or cancel a reservation if plans change.
You can log into Sevenrooms using a Facebook or Google account or just make a reservation as a guest.
The Atmosphere of Catch Seafood Restaurant
Catch has the elegance, fun, and over-the-top decor that you would expect from a celebrity favorite restaurant. Any given night you might see some of your favorite stars from Los Angeles to New York City, making the ambiance exciting and alluring.
Exactly what type of decor you get depends entirely on which room you end up dining in. Regardless of which one you end up choosing, you can expect every piece of furniture and decor to be carefully thought out.
Giant bird cages, flora everywhere, brick facades, and extravagant bars decorate the seafood restaurant. Catch is perfect for date nights or groups of friends looking to have a good time.
Things To Know About Catch Seafood Restaurant in the Aria
Location: From the casino floor, head southeast toward the lobby bar and main registration area. Once you enter this area, take a left and you will see the entrance to Catch. It is next to Julian Serrano Tapas.
Hours of Operation:
- Mon – Fri | 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
- Sat & Sun | 5:30 pm – 12:00 am
- Sat & Sun Brunch | 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
- Hours subject to change
Dress Code: Business casual dress code. No flip-flops, tank tops, athletic wear, beachwear, revealing clothing, hats, shorts, or other party accessories will be permitted.
Price: A party of two should expect to pay anywhere between $150 and $250 for apps, sushi rolls, entrees, and drinks. This price can easily fluctuate if you choose more expensive menu items or have multiple drinks.
MGM Rewards Dining Perks: The Aria is a part of MGM Resorts, so if you’re an MGM Rewards member, you can earn or redeem points for dining at Catch. MGM Rewards membership is free. You can find more information here at MGM Resorts – MGM Rewards.
Catch Seafood Restaurant in Summary
With a menu full of fresh seafood prepared with Asian-inspired flavors, Catch Seafood Restaurant in the Aria is a great option for any visitor to Vegas. The restaurant’s atmosphere is luxurious and unique, with decadent decor and celebrities visiting often. I hope this review helps you make a decision to dine at Catch and thanks for checking out The Las Vegas Report!
If you’re looking for more dining options at this amazing resort, check out our complete guide to restaurants in the Aria Hotel and Casino.
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