With a name that translates to “kitchen” in the Pima language, Ko’Sin at Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass in Phoenix serves up a relaxed yet elegant interpretation of Native American and regional comfort food.
Joining widely celebrated Kai as a signature restaurant at Phoenix’s Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, Ko’Sin is a casual, family-friendly alternative for those who crave elevated comfort. Chef James Fuchs’ glorious menu spotlights the natural ingredients and flavors of the Gila River basin in a desert-inspired setting, paying homage to its surroundings. Within Ko’Sin’s welcoming dining room, Native American art immerses guests in the local culture, while the spacious patio offers picture-perfect panoramas of the Sierra Estrella Mountain Range and eye-popping sunset views.
Before a day of paddle boarding or kayaking on the on-site river, taking rides on the 111-ft. waterslide at the pool or relaxing at Aji Spa, Ko’Sin dishes up a delightful breakfast buffet to fuel your outing at the resort. While you can expect all of the usual suspects, like crisp bacon and scrambled eggs, the selection of house-made juices and lemonades and mini pastries are a big hit with the whole family. Plus, $1 from every breakfast buffet purchase goes to Children’s Miracle Network.
Come dinnertime, comfort foods shine at Ko’Sin. The chicken pot pie is a longtime fan favorite–a creamy dish of roasted chicken and root veggies, crowned with flaky puff pastry. Another comforting classic–shrimp and grits–is plated with BBQ-spiced prawns, kale, Andouille sausage and cheddar grits for a velvety, melt-in-your-mouth plate. Other elevated entree options include bison stroganoff, wagyu beef bourguignon and bacon-wrapped buffalo meatloaf (thought there are several seafood dishes as well). The starter lineup features a few lighter options–like the delicious roasted piquillo pepper hummus, paired with veggies and pita, and Noble Bread bruschetta–to make way for the heartier main courses.
Familiar-yet-fancier is the name of the game when it comes to desserts too. You can’t go wrong a slice of Ko’Sin cheesecake, with mesquite brown butter streusel, caramel sauce and fresh strawberries. Chocolate black forest cake and banana pudding are other beloved classics on the dessert menu.
Ko’Sin is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5:30 to 10 p.m. For more information, visit wildhorsepass.com/restaurants/kosin.
5594 W. Wild Horse Pass Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85226