Koi Planet Hollywood

Koi Planet Hollywood is home to acclaimed Japanese-inspired cuisine and a dining room that’s sultry, intimate, and inviting. With a reputation for excellent food, attentive service staff, and Japanese-inspired decor, Koi Restaurant and Lounge is a great spot for dinner, whether it’s dinner for two or special celebrations.

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The cuisine at Koi has a reputation for being wonderful, but it’s the atmosphere of the dining room that greets you long before you take your first bite. Koi Restaurant and Lounge offers a self-defined “sultry Asian-influenced design” with an intimate signature style that carries through the full bar and lounge area and into the main dining room. 

Throughout, you’ll find intimate spaces and a seductive ambiance that invites you to stay and linger a little longer than you had planned. Dark woods, golden accents, and seductive pops of color create a very inviting environment. 

While there is a level of sleekness to the decor, there are also lots of rounded edges that give a sense of fluidity. In other words, this isn’t your typical, almost sterile-feeling sushi restaurant. What Koi offers in terms of ambiance is something else entirely.  

Menu & Prices

The menu at Koi Restaurant is filled with delicious appetizers and dinner options. Start the night with a shared plate, and then move on to a meal of the freshest, elevated sushi or entree of sauteed tiger prawns. 

The menu at Koi in Planet Hollywood isn’t overly expansive, but it is large enough to offer a wonderful selection of fresh, Japanese-inspired dishes. 

Starters & Shared Plates

Sometimes, you want to start your meal with nibbles of something delicious, and other times you might just be in the mood for sharing a couple of light plates and drinks before heading to the show. This portion of the menu at Koi Las Vegas has you covered either way. 

For starters, even the simplest of selections are perfectly prepared. The Roasted Shishito Peppers with a sprinkling of sweet soy sauce are delicious, and the simple, uncomplicated flavors don’t overwhelm the palate before the main course arrives. 

Another light option is the Cucumber Sunomono, which is a pickled cucumber topped with sesame seeds. 

Starters range in price from about $6 – $14. 

The shared plates on the Koi Las Vegas menu are perfect for a light meal or for sampling a variety of flavorful Japanese dishes with an intimate group of friends. From our experience, you can’t make any bad choices here. 

If you’re ordering to share with a group of friends, try the Creamy Rock Shrimp Tempura, the Salmon Carpaccio, the Hamachi Fusion with truffle essence, Tuna Tartare with crispy wontons, and the Koi Crispy Rice topped with spicy tuna. 

On average shared plates cost $16 – $26. 


There are currently only five entree selections on the menu at Koi Las Vegas. Don’t let this number dissuade you. There’s also an impressive menu of sushi, sashimi, and rolls, so this section of the menu is more geared toward guests who are more interested in a traditional-style entree. 

The Miso Baked Cod is served with seasonal vegetables and is both tender and full of flavor, likewise with the Ginger Salmon. 

There’s also a Queensland Wagyu Sirloin for the steak lovers among you, but one of the signature dishes that are difficult to resist is the Sauteed Tiger Prawns. This dish includes tiger prawns, sake, and sweet Sriracha sauce. The combination of flavors is perfect. 

Entrees at Koi Las Vegas range in price from $23 – $46.  

Sushi, Sashimi, & Signature Rolls

Among the most popular signature dishes at Koi Restaurant are signature dishes, including Signature Rolls. There’s a trend with many sushi restaurants in Las Vegas that the reviews are often split down the middle between guests that love them and guests that say they were overpriced and “blah.” This doesn’t seem to be the case with the sushi at Koi Restaurant. 

Among Koi’s selection of signature rolls is their Sunfire Roll, which features a combination of lobster, snow crab, cucumber, mango, avocado, cilantro, and ichimi. Another popular favorite is the Geleno Roll with spicy tuna, spicy albacore, jalapeno, crispy onions, and spinach chips. 

Then, what would a sushi menu in Las Vegas be without a specialty roll that pays homage to the city? The Sin City Roll features spicy scallop, seared togarashi tuna, and avocado topped with habanero caviar. 

There’s also the always popular Dragon Roll. Koi’s version features shrimp tempura, eel, baked crab, avocado, and tempura flakes. 

There are other traditional sushi options on the menu. However, there aren’t many vegan options on the menu. The one standout vegan option is the vegetable roll. However, it never hurts to speak with the service staff to see if one of the other rolls could be prepared, minus the seafood.

The rolls and sashimi are priced between $9 – $36. The highest-priced item on this section of the menu is the cut sea urchin. 

Happy Hour

Koi Restaurant in the Planet Hollywood Resort offers Happy Hour specials daily from 5 pm until 7 pm. This is a great opportunity to try one of the signature cocktails or score a deal on a great nibble or two in the Koi lounge. 


Stop by for Happy Hour and enjoy a signature drink at the bar for $7. Our favorite is the Rockin Cucumber – Tyku Sake and vodka with muddled cucumbers and lime. Another favorite is the Coconut Splash – Malibu Rum, and  Coconut Water, along with pineapple and cranberry juice.

While it’s not currently on the Happy Hour menu, the Lychee Martini is a must-try if you have the chance. 


The Happy Hour Signature Bites range from $6 – $8 each and are the perfect portion for a little nibble before a show, heading to the casino, or putting something in your tummy before heading out for a night on the town. 

Happy Hour Bites include Crispy Rice with Spicy Tuna, Creamy Shrimp Tempura, Kobe Beef Potstickers, and Yuzu Salmon Roll, along with a few other choices. 


Reservations for Koi are strongly recommended. Reservations can be made online. The restaurant also offers carry-out services and delivery. 

Group Dining

Koi Group Dining

Group dining is available at Koi Las Vegas. The sophisticated and intimate dining room can accommodate groups of up to 150 guests, while the lounge can accommodate slightly smaller groups of up to 120. 

Dress Code

Koi Las Vegas has a casual dress code, which can be interpreted in many different ways. Keep the atmosphere in mind when choosing what to wear. Koi is intimate and a little sultry, and the cuisine is elevated Japanese-style dishes. This tells you that you want to dress nicely, whether it’s business casual or something you might wear to a cocktail party.  

One thing’s for certain. You don’t want to dress too casually. Don’t dress like you’ve just come from the pool or the fitness center, and you don’t want to look like you just rolled out of bed. 


Koi at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is open every night of the week for dinner. The restaurant and lounge open at 5:00 pm daily and stay open until 10:00 pm. Currently, Koi Las Vegas doesn’t offer any lunch or brunch hours. 


Koi Parking

Self-parking and Planet Hollywood valet parking are both available at the resort. With self-parking, the first hour is free, but hourly rates apply after that. Miracle Mile self-parking and valet services are also available if you happen to have arrived early for your reservation and want to do a little shopping or sightseeing at the Miracle Mile Shops


Koi is located on the “Mezz Level” (second floor) of the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The restaurant and lounge are located near the Strip House Restaurant and near the mezzanine overlooking the Planet Hollywood casino. 

Planet Hollywood is located right on the Las Vegas Strip. The address is 3667 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV. 

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Key Takeaways

  • Koi is a restaurant offering elevated Japanese cuisine at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas.
  • Choose from fresh appetizers, sushi, sashimi, and specialty rolls, along with delicious entrees.
  • Koi is a $$$ restaurant, with entrees costing from the mid $20 to mid $40 range.
  • Koi has sister locations in New York and Los Angeles.
  • The restaurant is open from 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm daily (happy hour is from 5-7 pm).
  • The dress code is casual, and reservations are recommended.

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