don't blink. I didn't have a chance to try the food. Lmfao performed, which was fun I don't know that the show was worth the price of an iPhone, mine was stolen. I found out thata lot of people had stuff stolen from them. One girl even had her shoes stolen from her. Watch your back an your stuff, don't even blink because that's how long it takes for it to happen. The drinks took forever to get, even before the show started.
Breathtaking. What is it that sets KOI apart from the million other places to go in Vegas? The decor is breathtaking for one, but let's not forget the drinks and food. The other day i tried Asian Pear, a new addition to their cocktail menu, that was made with pear vodka and tyku... a combination i never could have thought of myself. It was so delicious! Just another reason to go back to KOI!
Best Sushi. Absolutely fantastic sushi! I came here for dinner with an old friend who frequents this establishment a few times a week. He did all the ordering and my god, it was spot on. The crispy rice with spicy tuna was fantastic. The drinks here were fabulous as well. Very packed place, which is a good sign. Atmosphere was a great vibe.
Having dined at Koi in L.A. multiple times and their food is consistently excellent. I was expecting the same quality at the Koi Las Vegas, but the food came out cold and tasted like it was sitting under a heat lamp.
We notified the manager and he kindly offered us dessert on the house. Although the food was disappointing, I did feel he was sympathetic.
Koi is one of the great new spots in Las Vegas..
Already a very hot spot in both LA and New York, it fits right in at The Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. A celebrity favorite, Koi is known for both its Japanese-inspired cuisine with California accents, as well as its great service, decor and attitude. This is a fun evening with great food.
Although we shared many delightful items that are familiar to folks who dine at these type restaurants, I strongly recommend the Crispy Rice with Spicy Tuna.
JetSetWay tip - Besides a lovely dining room, there is a second more intimate room with glass windows overlooking Bellagio Hotel. It is called The Fountain Room. I highly recommend sitting in there if possible. The room seats 75 on comfortable couches and can be reserved for private parties where one can leisurely enjoy the exquisite meal while watching the Bellagio fountains or the busy street below.
Sin City's Best Sushi!.
First off, I love KOI's design! The gold, the earthtones, the natural materials... It's obvious that feng shui inspired the interior layout. The strong sense of tranquility made it impossible for the biggest crowd or loudest party to disturb my dining experience. As I walked to our booth, I noticed how the seperate dining parlors flowed into each other and compliment each other. One would be private and intimate and then the next would feel open and very vital. (If you have not been, the view from the fountain lounge is worth the bill itself!) I couldn't help but let my eyes roam across the room; checking out the people, what they ordered and the many views of the Las Vegas strip.
Now the food! ...Awsome! I don't know what these people who commented on how the food wasn't the BEST were talking about. The sushi was to die for! My party and I would keep saying, "Oooh, try this one!" They were ALL good. The presentation of colorful sushi rolls turned heads on the way to our table. But I don't want the cold dishes to overshadow the hot ones. Order the Kobe beef and crispy rice topped with spicy tuna. The fact that I remembered what I ordered at KOI after partying in Vegas should speak volumes.
Oh, and the signature cocktail, 'Taste of Zen' - the best drink I had all vacation! No joke.
So if you're planning a trip to Vegas, plan a night at KOI. You won't regret it.
Overrated!!. I went to Koi on a Thursday night with a girlfriend expecting fabulous sushi and exceptional service- neither of which we received. The hostess outside was super rude because she made us wait for a table for 15 minutes (even though we had reservations), informing us that they were cleaning up our table. Normally, we would be fine with this since nice restaurants are usually busy, esp on a Thurs. night. However, to our surprise, when the hostess walked us inside, there were about 10 empty tables. Then during dinner, we were interrupted every 5 minutes by a busboy asking if everything was ok, which was annoying and we found it inefficient that they don't have waiters assigned to an area/table. One may think the attentiveness of the staff equates to good service but NOOOO, it took 3 waitstaff to get my drink right (one to bring my drink out, another to bring a glass of ice and another to bring a straw). The food itself was ok, pretty fresh but defintely not worth the price. I receommend dining at Nobu's or Sushi Roku instead. Trust me, not worth the price or inefficientness.
Beautiful, Breathtaking, and Tasty.
Koi is such a treat. All properties, everytime. Planet Hollywood is a great casino, but KOI is the gold star of this property. Seriously it is so pretty, has a GREAT lounge area (perfect for parties). The fountain dining lounge is one of the most beautiful views in the city.. If you are in Vegas, you MUST check out this property... and when you are in LA or NY, see the others. You will not be dissapointed..
Oh Crab hand rolls- crispy rice-creamy rock shrimp.... all to DIE for..
oh,, and the saketini
and the Koi Sake
Bascially it is all amazing!!
Fabulous Japanese in Las Vegas. We were fortunate to have been seated in an area, the fountain lounge, that offered privacy from the main seating area, an eye-catching view of the strip and the Bellagio Water Show, and comfort; take a look at the pictures on the Koi website- really, the picture doesn't do it justice. The experience really does begin from the time you're greeted to the moment you leave Koi. Koi is appealing to all of the senses. You can't help but gaze out into the fabulous view or scan the subtle details of the room itself. The service provided to us was exceptional; we truly felt taken care of. Nathan, our server, and his support staff were intuitive, talkative, humorous, kind, attentive, and, I feel, went above and beyond. For example, my friend, Carol, asked where she could find the ladies room and one of the Koi staff walked her all the way to the entrance of the ladies room. The food was unforgettable, succulent, and adventurous. I suggest the Hamachi Fusion, the Miso Bronzed Black Cod, the Grilled Skirt Steak, the Spicy Rock Shrimp Tempura Hand Roll (this one really made an impression on us), the Coconut Rice Pudding Brulee for dessert, and the Asian Pear for cocktails. I look forward to the next time I am able to dine at Koi; it is a gem within a city of many gems.
Go to Sushi Roku Instead. The ambiance of the restaurant was very nice and there was no attitude from any of the service staff like other reviewers posted. The loud music wasn't an issue until they started play club music with bass so heavy that it was rattling the glasses on our table. If the food was truly good you could overlook that BUT...awful. Just plain awful. All the sushi tasted like it had been sitting out for a few days. One bite of sea urchin was close to inducing a gag reflex not to mention leaving you with the worst breath possible. We tried to salvage the meal by ordering off the 'hot' menu and ended up with a very average roasted duck. We ordered a comparable sushi menu at Sushi Roku a few months back and were delighted by the quality. Save yourself the trouble and just head to Sushi Roku.
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