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In love with KOMI but need to give others a chance!

I have reservations there on Friday; but am a bit afraid that i will expect a Komi experience and will be disappointed because i have read so many things about it being much more "traditional". But you said inventiveness and playfulness---I like that! We would probably do some kind of tasting menu. i love not having to worry about ordering since i love nearly everything; it's hard to go wrong with the chef serving me his masterpiece as he sees fit.

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Komi
1509 17th St NW Ste 1, Washington, DC 20036

Nov 09, 2011
soult in Washington DC & Baltimore

In love with KOMI but need to give others a chance!

Hi,
yes, i heard about that restaurant. I plan on visiting :-). It is walk ins only...the menu looks great and changes weekly.
Thanks :-)...don't think it will be much of a secret as there is already quite a buzz!

Nov 09, 2011
soult in Washington DC & Baltimore

In love with KOMI but need to give others a chance!

Help, last time my friend and i went here. We fell in love the moment we walked through the door. Best dining experience ever...perfect fine dining with an unpretentious air. Now, it's time again to tickle our taste buds with food innovation and art! Any ideas for the Wash DC area? Greatly appreciate it!

Nov 08, 2011
soult in Washington DC & Baltimore

Top 3 fine dining restaurants for special anniversary dinner

QUESTION: So, i have been to KOMI and am in love with it! So, now looking for restaurant that will equally impress me as i don't want to compare but ..I am human and probably will. I was debating between Restaurant Eve and Citronelle? Any thoughts?

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Restaurant Eve
110 South Pitt Street, Alexandria, VA 22314

Citronelle
3000 M Street NW, Washington, DC 20007

Nov 08, 2011
soult in Washington DC & Baltimore

Top 3 fine dining restaurants for special anniversary dinner

I hands down agree!!!! I took a date there and we are huge FOOD fans! Service is stellar and they KNOW how to capture the essence of food!

Nov 08, 2011
soult in Washington DC & Baltimore

food blogs

This is a great blog! The food looks amazing. They talk about how they recycle their leftovers into something even more outrageous! Best of all, they seem to use alot from their garden, local markets...her husband catches fish and they had different cuts of meat from the deer he hunted...makes you appreciate the entire process. Wholistic cooking!

Jun 14, 2011
soult in Food Media & News