Food and room are very good. The attitude isn't needed..
I'll be brief... in short, I'd love to keep going back here for the food, but since the attitude is as high as a kite, I will frequent the other comparable sushi restaurants here in town. Their competition treats you better and remembers you and does something special for you. There are many choices here in town and what sets the top spots apart from the rest is that the good ones remember you. Sushi Roku, Nobu and even RM Seafood do an equal job with food but treat you far better.
The bar/lounge is far too big and/or under utilized - or both. If they treated locals better, they could fill that space and create a cool scene.
It's too bad because I want to like this place more and frequent it - especially in the newly revamped casino, but I'll take my business elsewhere.
You guys aren't in LA, so clue in or just be another sushi joint in the ever growing landscape. Leave the 'tude' back in Hollywood where you can get away with that garbage.
Buddhas, candles and prayer wheels set the peaceful mood; the sushi and Japanese cuisine feeds the soul..
New York and West Hollywood hot spot welcomes a Vegas sibling; KOI really is a must-see for its curvy design and Far East decor, not to mention the reason one comes--the food. Guests enter through hand-carved Indonesian doors, passing by giant copper temple bells and beneath three Buddhas in familiar three wise monkey poses. Dine by candlelight at oval tables in adjoining rooms bearing gold-pebbled or silver-leafed wallpaper and velvet curtains or sip a cocktail among the spinning prayer wheels in an amber-lit lounge.
KOI is known for its fresh sushi and signature dishes such as the miso-bronzed black cod and the kobe beef filet mignon. If going the sushi route, and I highly recommend you do, don't skip the dragon roll. It's among the best I've ever had. Another delicious dish is the sesame-encrusted lobster tail with a yuzu sauce that really pulls out the flavor the meat. If trying one of the specialty cocktails, such as the Sin-u-Rita or Sake-Tini, let me warn you these are all heavy pours. Be sure to save room for dessert. The molten chocolate cake, served with white and dark chocolate sauces, is to die for.
Beautiful restaurant, delicious food and flawless service. Looking for a good place to eat in vegas is nearly impossible. I have been to both Koi LA and Koi NY and found them to be amazing but was a little skeptical of Vegas. However, much to my suprise, Koi pulled through. The place was GORGEOUS, the food was so fresh and the view was INCREDIBLE. I sat in the "fountain room" and watched the Bellagio light show, eating fantastic sushi. The staff was very nice and accomodating, making this dining experience on of my favorite.
Best Sushi in town. I just had dinner at KOI in Las Vegas over the weekend and it was such an amazing experience. I didn't know food could taste that good!! The creamy rock shrimp is to die for!!!! I also enjoyed the cripsy rice dish they had with spicy tuna. I ordered two of them. The service was great, everyone was always watching to make sure i had enought to drink and if i wanted to order more. I tried the house KOI sake and really liked it because it wasn't too dry. I cannot wait to try the other KOI restaurantas in Los Angeles and New York!
Best experience ever!!!!!
I've been to KOI in West Hollywood and loved it, so when I found out that KOI was opened in Las Vegas, My friends and I went. I ordered the Kobe beef and it was delicious. It was tender and soft. It melted in my mouth. After we had dinner, we headed for the lounge. OMG! The decor was just fantastic. We had mixed cocktails and all of them were good. Must try the Leche Martini....yummmm. The service was kind and friendly as well. If you are in Las Vegas, its definately a MUST GO!
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