"KOI, one of LA's most popular restaurants, is making a splash in the heart of Manhattan. Located in the Bryant Park Hotel, KOI offers diners Japanese-inspired cuisine with New York accents in a sleek, sexy environment."

40 West 40th Street, New York, NY
(212) 921-3330 serving: Midtown South Central, Midtown
open:Daily 7am-10:45am

Sidewalk Score: 8 out of 10
Location, Location, Location:


Restaurants, Dine At The Bar, Hotel Restaurants, Bar Scene, Asian, Sushi, Japanese, Business Dining, $$$$, Group Dining, People Watching, Breakfast, Mastercard Accepted, Bars & Clubs, Discover Accepted, Visa Accepted, Bars & Pubs, American Express Accepted, Diners Club Accepted,

The Low Down


Know Before You Go: For pre or post-dinner drinks, don't miss the Bryant Park Hotel's terrific, subterranean Cellar Bar.

Rants, Raves & Reviews

by at Gayot

Housed in the achingly hip Bryant Park Hotel, Koi is a spin-off of the scenester-central Los Angeles eatery of the same name. The decor is highlighted by the attention-nabbing net-like contraption that hugs the ceiling of the long room.…
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great asian cuisine
By sam g. at Judy's Book

near bryant park, nice ambience, koi has great food. highly recommend the tuna on crispy fried rice and the miso cod. Read More

One of the best sushi spots in NYC ??
By NewYorker1798 at Gayot

Koi is definitely a well known restaurant in NYC, but I don't think it's the best, especially when it comes to Japanese food. I'm going to have to ... Read More

Good Food
By Amanda L at Insider Pages

This place has a wonderful selection of sushi, including their own special rolls. It has a wonderful ambiance and Asian-influenced design. I pers... Read More

Sushi for the Hip Hop Crowd
By mcancook at Gayot

Two women enter at 5:30pm with reservations and are seated at the least desirable, most remote table in the then-empty restaurant. Minutes later th... Read More

don't even mess with the sashima, all you need...
By melaniec2 at Menuism

don't even mess with the sashima, all you need is crispy spicy tuna, and both the cuke and seaweed salads.... Read More