About 801 Fish - Leawood
801 Fish is the newest restaurant concept of the 801 Restaurant Group. Our Executive Chef prepares a daily variety of the freshest fish and crustaceans from the world's most pristine waters reflecting the style of the region in which they were caught.
Our Raw Bar features multiple species of East & West coast Oysters. Join us for our Oyster Happy Hour - $1.50 East Oysters Monday-Friday. Oyster Thursday 1.50 Oysters all night in bar area
Your fresh fish cravings will be completely satisfied with one of our classic Fish House offerings such as the Whole Roasted Branzino. Don't forget our USDA Prime Beef to create your own Surf-n-Turf.
Seafood, Steakhouse, American
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
We Offer Complimentary Valet Tuesday-Saturday
$1.50 Oysters & Happy Hour Drink pricing Monday-Friday from 4pm-6pm in the bar area. Oyster Thursday all night 1.50 oysters in bar area
116th Place in Park Place
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet Parking is Complementary available Tuesday-Saturday. Free Garage Parking, just South of the Restaurant, within walking distance, is available 7 days per week.
Private Party Facilities:
We have 2 private dining spaces at 801 Fish featuring seating for up to 16 guests in one of the rooms and up to 40 guests in the larger room. Both private dining spaces come fully equipped with Wi-Fi, audio, video, and teleconferencing capabilities.
Private Party Contact:
Michael Holmes - General Manager: 8558203709
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Happy Hour from 4pm-6pm in the Bar Area Monday Thru Thursday. Features include $1.50 Oysters
801 Fish - Leawood Ratings and Reviews
Everything was fine. I've been to 801 Fi ...
Everything was fine. I've been to 801 Fish before - the service is always just ehh the 3 times I've been there. This time, 5:30 pm on a Sunday and only 1 other table. There was no one at the front door to greet me. I had to poke my head around to get someone's attention.
The waiters were nice, one in training and the other the trainer. They seemed more concerned with training behind the front than actual training with customers at the table. I saw them 3 times. 1. Greeting 2. Order 3. Bringing me the check. My water glass was empty for a while before the trainee came to fill up the water.
My dinner was delivered by the chef, but not because he wanted too. Since it was an open kitchen I saw him finish plating and put the food under the warmer. He looked around and didn't see the waiters in sight and decided to just bring it himself.
The food is always great, but the service could use some work.
We were looking for a restaurant close t ...
We were looking for a restaurant close to the hotel at which we were staying in Overland Park, Kansas & this restaurant was recommended. There were 6 of us & all of us had good meals. Recommendations include sea bass, jambalaya, scallops, cioppino. The beet salad was excellent. Also the homemade ice creams & sorbets were delicious. Everything is fresh--nothing frozen. Outstanding server named Tiffany. Tables are far enough apart that you are not sitting right next to someone. We had no problem conversing. Would definitely go back again the next time we are in the Kansas City area.
This was our first visit to 801 Fish...t ...
This was our first visit to 801 Fish...the ambience is fantastic and service outstanding. Guest should know it is incredibly difficult to locate and not well marked. Once you find it, the relaxing atmosphere and service will be first rate. We sampled the day's special appetizers and they were superior. Lobster bites and seared scallops presented very well. Please be advised if you are cost conscious and concerned about prices do not go....prices are very high. Michael our server was first rate and has proper pacing down to a science. The drinks while expensive are VERY small, barely fills half your glass, but well made. Wedge Salad a disappointment, missed on the menu that it was a Louis dressing not the usual bleu cheese and came with "shriveled tomatoes" none of us ate them (loved the large pieces of bacon tho', and the Lobster Bisque was more spicy than creamy (one very small piece of lobster). Our entree's were excellent...Sea Bass (generous), Dark Cod (adequate), Clams and Linguini (very small clams and portion), Sea Scallops (4) were undercooked for our taste and needed to be returned...took way too long to get them replaced. Desserts were not remarkable but good. We were celebrating a birthday so the special touches and recognition were much appreciated. Overall a nice time and presented very well.
We had a lovely server, Tiffany. Kudos t ...
We had a lovely server, Tiffany. Kudos to her. We had a reservation through open table. It was early, 6:30, so feel like the table we got-- three from front door was pretty bad. Totally out of the mainstream of the restaurant. Meal was OK. Mussels were good as were 801 oysters. Crab cake appetizer was not great because did not taste fresh. Lobster bites were so breaded it was hard to taste lobster AND for $35 for an appetizer a real disappointment. Manhattan and wine good. We had a large gift certificate but spent half as much more. We would not rush back except for oysters.
Always a delightful atmosphere and somet ...
Always a delightful atmosphere and something tasty. Love the open kitchen and sushi bar -- great watching the chef/cook staff "in the groove". This particular night we celebrated our anniversary. 801 Fish actually acknowledged it and decorated a nice corner table for us -- other restaurants booked through Open Table, when we noted we were celebrating a e.g. birthday, simply ignored the notation. Our server, Mike, was particularly attentive without hovering or making us feel rushed -- we tipped him well for that. Unlike Bonefish, we didn't feel compelled to eat and leave in a hurry so 801 could "turn the table". The only issue was the gumbo -- pretty costly for such little shellfish -- two shrimps and three tiny crawdad claws -- and not at all Cajun spicy. Still, we overlooked that because we've had too many delicious items at 801 in the past. 801 is the only place in KC where I know to go for a perfectly prepared 16 oz lobster! I get it every time -- never diassapoints! Thanks for a great anniversary evening 801! We'll see you again, soon.
The food and service were good but I wou ...
The food and service were good but I would not return. I had a $50 promotional card issued from Argosy Casino (based on the amount of points I had earned from playing there) to be used at any establishment at Park Place or Zona Rosa. I elected to use that card to take a friend to 801 Fish at Park Place for a birthday celebration. When I used the card to pay for a portion of our $200+ bill, they would only accept $10 of the $50 card as payment. I was not given the card back and since it was a special occasion, I chose to not make an issue. For that reason, I will never return to this restaurant.
We had a wonderful server she did great. ...
We had a wonderful server she did great. We were celebrating a big birthday, however, the birthday girl had to also get sick. A bit embarrassing but the server and other staff was wonderful. We are so happy we reserved the private room due to this little mishap but again we were very pleased with everything.
We will return without the big group. We would recommend, except we must say it is a little pricey but still great food.
The food was Very expensive. It was goo ...
The food was Very expensive. It was good but not excellent. We were there on a Friday evening during what I consider to be prime dining hours and the restaurant was not half full Looks like they need to make some adjustments if they plan to remain in business. Our waitress was very good.
The wait staff was amazing. The way the ...
The wait staff was amazing. The way the menu was described and how in-depth the explanation was was great. We took many of our waiters recommendations and was not disappointed at all. Food was great, walked out full but not miserable.
Food was not as good as other fresh flow ...
Food was not as good as other fresh flown in seafood restaurants(Bristol, McCormick and Schmick's). Seemed a little over priced for the quality of food. Fish was dry and mashed potatoes very salty and bland. Over all, for the price I will eat elsewhere.
A bit of an uneven experience. Our serv ...
A bit of an uneven experience. Our server, when with us, was friendly, helpful and pleasant. But she seemed to have too many tables to serve and we had to try and flag her down a number of times. The food was great, but the whole meal seemed to take a strangely long time. Like we waited 15 minutes for bread - but once it arrived, it was delicious with its accompanying perfectly-softened-butter. We waited at least 25 minutes between our appetizer and our main course. Food was good when it arrived, but really? Dinner with appetizer, main course, no dessert or coffee (we were afraid we'd be there another 30 mins) was over about 2 hours. Great atmosphere, great food, but hmmm, do I want to invest all that time again? Not sure!
Service was a little slow the evening we ...
Service was a little slow the evening we were there, however it did seem unusually busy for a Tuesday evening. This would definetly be what I would call a fine dining experience requiring at least slacks and a colored shirt for a gentlemen so I was offended by the two gentlemen that arrived in less then dress shorts, and tee shirts. I think at the very least there should be something said about that kind of dress. The food was incredibly delicious, and well prepared, also creative but still edible. The portion sizes were wonderful with no nessecity for take home containers . Overall the evening was a big hit, and we will be dining here again.
We have given this restaurant 4 separate ...
We have given this restaurant 4 separate chances and will not be back. From my husbands mushy oysters (for which we did complain) to my lukewarm linguini, we just have finally said enough is enough. We will continue to enjoy 801 Chophouse, but 801 Fish is no longer worth the price you pay.
Food was good (lobster bisque has a kick ...
Food was good (lobster bisque has a kick as does the shrimp & grits). Beware, all of the entrees are served with some sort of sauce so don't hesitate to ask for sauce on the side in order to taste the fresh fish. Wine list is extensive. Biggest complaint was to have a very nice restaurant & experienced staff wheel food out on a rolling cart.
We had a very nice dining experience. T ...
We had a very nice dining experience. The waitress was very attentive and friendly. The food was very good. Bread was warm and fresh. The crabcake was made mostly of crab, which is delightful as other restaurants tend to use more filler. We both had the 801 wedge salad. To my disappointment, my wedge was on a "bad" head of lettuce. My husband notified the waitress and she took it off our bill. Little did I know, my husband also had a "bad" head of lettuce, but he did not say anything and just kept on eating it. That would be the only thing that was bad during this experience. I had salmon and my husband had the halibut. The salmon was delicious! Overall, it is a very nice place with good food.
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