Beautiful food, good wine pairings, nice but awkward service, and *mediocre tasting dishes overall*, experience felt really uninspired compared to other two star Michelen restaurants and not at all worth the price. Their reputation is for their excellent presentation and yes it was excellent but so it should be at this level, it didn't stand out compared to their competitors and I'd rather have good tasting food and a more considered dining experience if I'm paying over $1200 for two. In fact I've come to expect going to a place like Coi and being blown away by the food and experience. This was just disappointing in the end, never been to a two star or even a one star and walked away disappointed like that.
Few examples: sea urchin was drowned in creme and had little other flavor, oyster just tasted like lettuce, bass had little flavor to the dish other than parsley and celery despite the many components, hope you like celery. Just so much competition and drowned out flavors, no aroma or heat. No inspiration. And subtle seafood can be phenomenonal, if they were going for subtle, delicate flavors they failed there too. The skate and the fin herb sorbet were the only two standout dishes I really enjoyed and felt on the level I was looking for being both beautiful and delicious.
GooglePlace - October 2017
$250/per person, not include any beverages, 20% service charge add, the food servers too slow, my dinner time total is 3 hr.
GooglePlace - September 2017
Great experience; the food was delicious. I'd still give it 5 stars as a standalone rating. However, I ate at Alinea shortly after dining at Coi, so it dimmed the Coi experience for me.
GooglePlace - August 2017
Tony, pricey, exquisite. A refined tasting menu focussed on lightness and contrasts. Mostly seafood and vegetables.
GooglePlace - May 2017
The desserts evoke childhood memories or other items — some resemble hot dogs, while it is in fact a very complicated version of a peach, cherry, and cherry blossom concoction.
Foursquare - April 2017