Ko'Sin will feature a special Brunch from 9am- 3pm: $80 adults, $72 seniors, and $38 kids. We will offer traditional breakfast favorites, Chef-attended stations (omelettes, crepes, hand-carved meats), chilled seafood, various salads and fruit, and a variety of pastries, baked goods, and desserts.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
For dinner and the prices, we found the service to be only fair. The hostess made a big deal out of having a reservation, but in fact the whole time we were there it was mostly empty (6:45 pm reservation). I had the Beef Bourguignon and it was more like a thick cut of pot roast. My husband had a dish with hominy and thought it was good. We split a caesar salad (good idea as it was large). My husband was thrilled to find butterscotch on a flan-type of dish and was very pleased with it. Our bill came to $175 (with wine) and weren't real impressed.
I had breakfast at Ko'sin two mornings and while the hostess made us wait, one of the waitresses (Mickie) spotted people waiting and she immediately distributed us at tables. Breakfast buffet looked wonderful, but I opted for the salmon/bagel one morning and it was delicious! The second morning I had eggs and it was good also.
Easter brunch was lovely, but the 80$ per person price tag was too steep. We knew about it in advance, and agreed to it, but it was a truly excessive price, even for the wonderful food. Once would think that mimosas or a beverage would be included in the special price package, but they were not. We paid $10 extra for a breakfast cocktail and that felt like robbery. The food was delicious, kudos to the chefs, but shame on the resort for holiday price gouging.
We were given a gift for the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass & Casino which we decided to use at their Ko Sin restaurant. It was a bit difficult to find because we came in the wrong entrance. Once there, however, we were in good hands. We were seated immediately, and shortly received delicious bread & water. The wine list is not extensive but has a nice balance of wines to choose from. As it was our anniversary, we selected a good bottle of Cabernet. The menu was somewhat limited & had no shellfish offerings so I had the salmon & my husband chose the filet. Both entrees were cooked perfectly & very flavorful. Afterward we ordered the beignets with chocolate & caramel dipping sauces & coffee which brought back memories of New Orleans. Unbeknownst to us the waiter took care of the dessert for our anniversary. All in all a lovely and tasteful diner. We would return again! (The photo is of the edible message that came with our dessert.) Nice touch!
This is an unusual hotel restaurant, with creative cuisine, and personable staff. The menu features many items sourced from the local reservation and focuses on local culture. I highly recommend it.
We stayed at Wild Horse Pass right after our wedding and made a reservation here for our first dinner. All the staff knew about our special occasion and we were treated so nicely! The food was delicious, cooked perfectly, and were great flavors. We started out with the Desert Bistro wedge, my husband had the Beef Bourguignon (which he was nervous about because he did know what exactly he was getting, but it was so good!), and I had the Wood Roasted Salmon (which was cooked perfectly!) Overall, we had a great time, and we really appreciated the special treatment we were given. We will definitely be back again because the waiter told us the menu items change seasonally so we would love to try some other things. Highly recommend!
We had dinner here for our 22nd anniversary. Since we had reservations, we were seated at a table right at the window, so we had a great view and it was more private. The service was impeccable, food was very delicious and the cocktails were excellent. They provided a complimentary dessert which was such a nice touch. We chose the beignets and they were to die for...so good. I ordered the flat iron steak and smoked Gouda mac and cheese. It was cooked perfectly and the mac and cheese was very rich and delicious. My husband ordered the filet and wow! It was superb...the K1 sauce that was on the side was out of this world. Overall a great dining experience from start to finish and I would recommend this restaurant.
We were very impressed with our dining experience. The food was very good and our waiter Mark did an incredible job ensuring that my food allergy was safeguarded in addition to making the dining experience personal. Very glad he waited on us and would recommend the restaurant to those staying in the Chandler area.
This is the primary restaurant at a large resort that primarily serves conferences and other corporate events. It is Mid scale. Decor is not distinctive inside. Outside is nice...poolside, overlook reconstructed Gila River. Had mushrooms as appetizer and these were excellent. Main courses...salmon and beef bourgonione were good...a little creative. Chocolate mousse cake was unexceptional. Service quite good...all in all, pleasant enough but not remarkable.
Full house this night. Bison meatloaf excellent. Boeuf bourguignon less so - 2 large pieces of beef currently being marketed as short ribs, pearl onions and mushrooms with mashed potato - all good but mis-advertised. Apple cobbler really apple crisp, but very large and very good.
It’s really overpriced for what you get. For $80 per person, it’s really not worth it. They make it sound so impossible to get inbut in reality there were lots of empty seats. You are better off at Mastros or Ocean Prime. You probably get much better quality steak. The server though was very friendly. They make it sound so fancy with a four course meal etc but really it’s just an added amuse bouche that really is not tied to the whole meal.
This was the second time we've been to this restaurant, it was just as enjoyable. We will absolutely return to Ko'sin.
Every time we go there, it is perfect. Service food and ambiance were great.
enjoyed the setting and the food was good--service was excellent --outdoor patio nice this time of year--a nice casual restaurant in a wonderful hotel
I made reservations and left copious borderline O.C.D. instructions for my parent's 50th Anniversary at Ko'sin all remotely via the phone and internet sight unseen utilizing all our wonderful modern technology and despite all this, the ladies and gents all along the long chain of communication at Wild Horse Pass still managed to nail every detail. The only error was a slight gift card delay glitch (mechanical of course - damn computers!). The professionals at this restaurant once again illustrate clearly that the human touch is what rules and that The Terminators must only be utilized for our benevolent pursuits...of course.
Huge kudos to server Mark for impeccable service, manager Jason for creating such a beautiful environment for my parents to enjoy and the pastry department for the gratis anniversary dessert and thoughtful decoration. Oh, the hostess who helped me out earlier in the day was a sweetheart too and everyone in the restaurant deserves a huge sloppy kiss on the cheek from me (but I'll spare you the agonizing bliss of that experience and just let you imagine it).
BTW, I believe the word Ko'sin is also Pima for Classiest restaurant in the West.
Thank you sincerely.
A wonderful night calls for a wonderful review. Thanks to the Jason and Jose for providing attentive service and great recommendations. Thanks to the chefs, dinner was superb! The local influences were a treat. Will return for more...
Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Food was delicious! We had their prefix Christmas dinner which offered two menu choices, but the full menu was also available to order from.
Ate Christmas Eve dinner here since Kai (our favorite restaurant in Arizona) was closed. The food was interesting and innovative and the service outstanding. We both had the pot roast, which was one of the specials that night. Our only complaint about the entire experience was that while tasty and a very large portion, the pot roast was dry. It felt like they had forgotten the au jus or gravy or something. Overall, a very satisfactory experience.
Awful food, poor selection, not much choice, very expensive.
Nick did a great job
Exeptional fresh salads and fish dishes. Deserts are fresh and amazing too.
Servers are super nice. Sitting outside was great.
This was our first time dining at Ko'sin, we were quite impressed. Great food, great service & a relaxed atmosphere.
A bit disappointed because the staff knew it was my Moms 89th birthday and did very little to make her feel special. They asked for her name when we made the reservation and the waiter asked if we were celebrating a special occasion but again did nothing but smile and quietly said happy birthday...We have celebrated special occasions before and were treated much more special than we were Saturday evening - candle on cake, etc. Again, disappointed...
Summer heat is rising but we still have birthdays and need to see friends so why not enjoy this restful spot. Our server was 100% dedicated to making our lunch festive and the chef even honored us with a delicious birthday treat. The chicken and fig melt sandwich was creative and delicious and the charcuterie board included a variety of meats and cheeses beautifully displayed (and leftovers cheerfully packed up to go). Real brewed iced tea was delicious, too. The menu is a good read - Southwest and Native ingredients such as Crow's dairy cheeses and Chimayo figs. Our sunny window table looked out on all the fun at the pool area and the desert and mountains beyond. Thank you Ko'sin for a lovely afternoon.
Food was excellent. Service was amazing. Filet was perfectly cooked!
The food was delicious and the service even better! Cameron was absolutely lovely!
My mother ordered lamb, and it was mutton. She wishes she would have returned it. My husband's steak was overcooked. My mother in law liked her salmon, and her boyfriend liked his pot roast. My trout was good. The restaurant is quiet so good for conversation.
The Buffalo Meatloaf was amazing. The Filet Mignon was only ok. I was expecting more flavor or seasoning on the steak.
Food was A-Maz-Ing!!! Duck Confit and Surf and Turf featuring Lobster Mac N Cheese. Good to the last bite! Celebrated 17th Wedding Anniversary (Included in reservation) and got free dessert plate - deconstructed cheesecake style. Highly recommend for special occasion. Service was great food will make it memorable.
We attended for Easter Brunch. I was disappointed to say the least. When you pay $80 per person plus a tip, you expect quite a bit. Staffing wasn't an issue. They had several staff members stationed at omelette bars, cutting stations, etc. Wait staff did not come around often. Too few waiters and waitresses and too many other standing around waiting for guests at cutting stations. Here are the issues:
No regular bread. What was out was hard as a rock.
The desserts looked amazing and tasted terrible.
Cake pops made with donut holes.
First pour of coffee lukewarm.
Inconsistent service. They looked swamped while others looked bored.
Some items you could tell did not move well and they looked withered.
You could tell they were ready for business in some areas but not in others. Many managers walking around but not one came to the table. The Farm at South Mountain is $30 cheaper and the array of food and service far exceeds this resort. Frankly, I am surprised as your sister restaurant has such high ratings.
Work on the taste of your desserts. You had to know they tasted bad, were cheap and frankly did not live up to the caliber expected for that price point. Making sure you have ample basic bread products. Could not even have piece of toast as there was nothing. Tore off a roll only to find out it may have been a decor item.
Perhaps the fact we came in just before noon could have been a factor, not sure.
We have eaten there in the past and it was good.
Nice presentation but again, for $80 per person, you could have done something custom. Dove Easter bunnies as decor?
Value for the money we spent: 3 out of 10 stars.
Easter brunch at $72.00 per person and there was no seafood.
We loved Nick!! A great server!!!!
Enjoyef a drink in the bar before dinner and saw the sun set, very nice.
This is the "other" restaurant at the hotel. The food was mediocre at best and certainly not worth the almost $200 bill. I had the buffalo meatloaf which was good. My friend had the steak which was terrible. The wine of the day was two mini bottles which was strange. The service was friendly but they complexity ignored multiple requests including things they asked if we would like. (Do you want more bread? Sure! And then they never brought any bread.) It was a major disappointment.
All I our party agreed - great setting, beautiful southwestern style hotel, very good brunch!
Beautiful resort location. Presentation of the meal was excellent but quality versus prices was less than expected.
Very good restaurant! Great apple salad. The pork wings were the biggest hit! The mussels also very good. Trout was pink like an Arctic Char. The lamb osso buco was good but slightly overcooked.
Always a great breakfast in a resort setting. Plenty of options breakfast buffet or menu . Starbucks coffee is served . Friendly prompt service
The service was outstanding. I had the Buffalo Meatloaf, it was the best meatloaf I have had in a restaurant. The Native Bean Soup was outstanding. Presentation of the meal was unique and well done. I ask the server to box up my leftover Meatloaf, it was dropped on the floor so the manager gave me a whole entrée to take home. Like I said the service was outstanding.
Fairly disappointed with every aspect of this restaurant. We were left at the table once seated for at least 15 minutes just to get drinks and appetizer ordered. Dinner was nothing to write home about. Skip it unless you have no other options.
Lamb was over-cooked and meat was falling of the bone. My rare steak was medium.