Koji at the Orleans
Just The Facts, Please.
Mon-Fri: 11:00am - 1:00am
No Celebrity Chef
Japanese and Chinese
Most entrees $10-$15
Off Strip Orleans is popular with locals and visitors alike.
Sample Menu Items
Sushi & Sashimi
$15.00 / $17.00
Smooth soft texture with a clean taste
Yellow Tail (hamachi)
$14.00 / $6.50
Smooth and rich, always a great choice!
$12.00 / $6.00
A soft, unique buttery aroma
Smoke Salmon (nama sake)
$14.00 / $6.00
A beginner's choice and regular
Albacore (shiro maguro)
$13.00 / $6.50
$14.00 / $6.00
A flavorful cooked eel glazed with a sugar soy sauce mixture
Avocados layered on top of eel & cucumbers
Eel & avocados layered on top of a California roll
Kung Pao Shrimp $14.95
Stir-fried with peanuts, celery, bell peppers, and water chestnut in a spicy sauce
Crispy Honey Walnut Shrimp $14.95
Lightly battered and quick fried with walnuts and a flavorful mayo sauce
Spicy Salt Pork Chops $11.95
Marinated in a mix of soy sauce, spicy herbs, and then wok-fried to a light crisp
Singapore Street Noodles $12.95
Barbequed pork, shrimp, chicken, and thin white rice noodles stir-fried in a spicy curry sauce
Ma Po Tofu $9.95
Bedded broccoli and crispy blocks of tofu on top. Also available in soft white tofu
Mavens Overview: Koji
Koji at the Orleans serves both Japanese and Chinese cuisine, including sushi. The location at the Orleans is about a mile away from the Strip, note the hotel provides free shuttle service from the outside of Bill's Gambling Hall (formerly the Barbary Coast)
The Internet Buzz is favorable for the Sushi, less so for the Chinese food, mixed reviews on the Chinese food is probably a fair assessment. Its is unlike that someone would make a special trip from the Strip to eat here, a better choice would be Ping Pang Pong, at the sister property the Gold Coast.
Internet Buzz: Koji
- The sushi was soooo good and sooo fresh. My gf said that it was her favorite sushi roll ever. And we're sushi fanatics. The food and service were so good we went back the next night and ate even more sushi. Great place to start your night off right in Vegas.
- Service is amazing but the food is so and so. We tried the Chinese food (schezuan eggplant, fried sea bass, and others).. Food didn't taste fresh at all and the prices are a little on the expensive side. Today, we tried their sushi.. And surprisingly it was decent.
- Mish mash of both Japanese and Chinese good. The sushi is actually quite decent and the Chinese food isn't bad. Don't expect anything spectacular but if you're craving one or another then it's not bad.
- Named "The Best Chinese Restaurant" by everyone in our family. By far, the best item on the menu is Ma Po Tofu American Style - broccoli, fried tofu, and an amazing sauce? Come on! It is so good, and healthy and vegan at the same time, nice!
- This place is waaayyyy overpriced for what it is. It's not surprising, since it's Vegas. Seriously though, the prices were similar to NYC and this is not NYC
- We ate here this weekend and really enjoyed it! Sushi was fresh and delicious. I really liked the spicy scallop hand roll and sex on a roll. We ordered a huge platter for a wedding and I couldn't stop eating it! Keep in mind that I am a former restaurant critic, so I know my stuff. There were a couple of guys from San Francisco next to us at the sushi bar and they were impressed as well with the caterpillar roll. Kudos!
- Fried Tofu is the best in the world those small fried tofu with fried salty garlicky sprinkles of goodness on top is to die for..... this is where we eat when we stay at the orleans
- We ordered a Las Vegas Roll and a Dragon Roll. The Las Vegas Roll was delish! Came with Salmon, Crab, Avocado, and cream cheese. It melted in my mouth! My girl ordered the Dragon Roll which came with I don't remember inside cause I couldn't even see the inside due to the generous pieces of eel on top of the roll. They did not skip out on the eel, le mme tell ya! Overall it was good sushi, good service, and we will definitely go back when we return!