3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.121682 -115.175721
Don't like the changes made – I used to love Kokomo's in the "old" Mirage, before they gave it a facelift and upgraded it. The upgrade feels like a downgrade. It's more noisy, the food isn't quite as good, but the cost is still up there. I'd say that it isn't a horrible place to go, but for a nice night out, you could do better.
Worst Restaurant At Mirage – I tried Kokomos during my last stay at Mirage. The room is located in the Mirage atrium, which is a beautiful setting. Sadly, the food and service do not measure up. The food was about average which was surprising given the premium prices. Service was about the worst I've experienced in Las Vegas. I should have called my server Houdini since he kept disappearing. Do yourself a favor and avoid Kokomos. Instead, go to Capital Grille at Fashion Show Mall. You will get better food and service at similar prices.
Excellent food, beautiful setting – Very romantic in a beautiful setting, especially after dark! My wife and I dined here on 8/20/09 and absolutely loved it. Ask if a table near the jungle is available as you're next to the trees, the waterfall and the stream. Actually, no table is far from the jungle, but somehow sitting at the wall seemed special to me and my wife. As for the food, you have to try the lobster bisque, you WILL NOT regret it, but be ready to eat as it's covered will a flaky puff pastry that looks as good as it tastes. The lamb chops were the largest I've ever seen (looked like turkey drumsticks) cooked perfectly, medium rare, tender and juicy. The sea bass was also tremendous. Wasabi mashed potatoes were ordered with the lamb and a baked potato nicely filled out the sea bass. No room for dessert, unfortunately, but only because the portions, at least the portions of the food we ordered, we plenty large and quite filling. The service was a bit crowded and at times we weren't sure who our server was. I'm not one to complain about too much service, but I actually think less would have been more. Maybe it's because it wasn't packed when we dined there, but it just seemed like there was too much service. Nice problem to have as it isn't normally the case at many places, but really a bit too much. I think some of the prices could be lower, but still they aren't anything extraordinarily high, especially by Las Vegas standards. All of that being said, I would definitely recommend Kokomo's based on our visit. Well worth the trip and the price.
OK Food, Service was slow – Prime Rib was Ok, but didnt come with anything. Anything else was extra. Service was so slow. We were seated @ 5:15 and and recieved our meal at 6:10.
Loved Loved Loved the Alaskan King Crab Legs! – Came upon this rest. by accident, but have no regrets! I was in Vegas for my birthday and my husband decided to take me to dinner here. We got our reservations and wound up still waiting for 20 mins, which was definately worth it. I ordered Alaskan King Crab legs and my husband ordered a prime rib and we shared an appetizer of coconut shrimp. Let me tell you, everything from start to finish was amazing! So DELICIOUS!!! My crab legs came with a lemony buttery sauce which was so rich and flavorful, (not like the oily Red Lobster stuff) The crab legs were perfectly done and tender, juicy and succulent! My husbands rib eye was just as amazing, cooked the way he ordered it, juicy, flavorful and tender. I highly recommend Kokomo's! The service was great and the ambiance was very romantic. The perfect place for a delicious birthday dinner!
Best King Crab I have ever had! – If you love King Crab as much as I do, Kokomos is the place for you. Served along side an awesome lemon butter sauce, it melts in your mouth. The crab legs are already split open for you so no mess or fuss! I can never finish mine as they are that huge so I end up giving the rest to my husband.
Another person in my party got the prime rib and it was the biggest piece of prime rib I have ever seen. Everything was cooked to perfection.
Great service too!
I'm thinking Denny's – Having read these reviews my wife and I rushed to Kokomo's for the crab legs. Being Vegas locals we are fairly hesitant to run out and try something without a recommendation from a friend or co-worker but we were craving Alaskan king crab and Smith & Wollensky, which when in season has the BEST king crab (the rest of their meny is nothing special but the king crab is fantastic) was all out so off we went to Kokomo's. When the crab arrived it's odor, yes odor, told us right away we were in trouble. It was, hands down, the WORST crab we've had in Vegas. Along with the crab we ordered a rib-eye, medium, which came out well-done. When I asked our server to give me his opinion of how it was cooked he asked me, "how did you order it?" Hmm.... We left having had not one bite of steak, one bite of nausiating crab and some asparagus, which was pretty good. Oh and a Greek salad and a bottle of Groth Chard which was excellent. But I don't think they had anything to do with that.
Great King Crab Legs, huge portions! – My husband and I dined here specificly for the king Crab legs. We both ordered them, and really, one order would have been plenty. The crab was great, the atmosphere was nice and tropical (as you would expect at the Mirage). We made the mistake of splitting a shrimp appetizer before the main course. Only a mistake as we were so full when we left there! We have ate allot of King Crab in our travels, and this was a mighty fine experience. Good drink selections also. An nice idea is to have a pre-dinner drink in the little indoor patio area outside of the restuarant and do some people watching. Hands down, we'd come again, but there are so many places to try in Vegas!
One Word: Tremendous – The recently updated space was great - from start to finish. The food, service, wine, champagne and ambiance. We'll be back and will send others.
Best Seafood Steak house – Kokomo's is an excellent restaurant. The service was good, the atmosphere was soothing and the food was fantastic. My friend had the lobster and lamb dish which was cooked to perfection. The lamb was well seasoned and the lobster was tendered and tasty. I had the Crab Legs and fillet mignon which was also good but if I had a choice I would go with the lamb and lobster. It is a little pricey but worth it. I plan on going back soon.
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