With an open robatayaki kitchen, wrap-around sushi bar, expansive patios and a full-service lounge, KĀI stands apart from its neighbors in its Legacy West neighborhood. The lavish location of this Japanese-themed restaurant transports guests with its level of luxury and extravagance.
KĀI’s owner, Lombardi Family Concepts, is no stranger to Legacy West. It also owns Italian-inspired Taverna across the street and the French Toulouse below. But the vibe here – not to mention the food – is distinctive from anything else in the area.
As soon as guests climb the winding wooden staircase or ride the glistening elevator, they can sense the ambiance. The 5,500-square-foot mid-century space highlights organic materials. Ropes line the entrance, marble accents run through the interior and an abundance of natural light illuminates the space.
“The added pops of color and natural light are modern touches that truly begin the KĀI experience from the moment our guests walk in the door,” chief operating officer of Lombardi Family Concepts Robert Clayton said.
After taking in the décor, guests can make their way into the dining room or covered patio, both with panoramic views overlooking Windrose Avenue, while perusing the expansive drink and food menus.
BY: Ashley Madonna
Originally published in Plano Magazine
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