Mon - Wed: 7AM - 11PM
Thu - Sat: 7AM - Midnight
Sun: 7AM - 10PM
"Fashionistas" and other "trendy" types nibble "Japanese delicacies" (including "designer" sushi) at these "plush" hotel retreats; the "LA vibe" and "wonderfully snooty" service are a "bit too Beverly Hills" for some, but even enthusiasts agree it's best to "avoid getting stuck with the bill."
Koi is located in the Midtown West neighborhood of Manhattan and serves Japanese, Asian, Sushi, Fusion, and Pan Asian cuisine. Koi accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Koi offers delivery and offers takeout.Click to see map »
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