Lonely Planet review
Many critics point to Komi as serving the best food in the capital. There’s an admirable simplicity to the changing menu, which is rooted in Greece and influenced by everything, primarily genius. Suckling pig for two; scallops and truffles; a roasted baby goat. It all comes together, because here it’s not just the food, but the incredible attention and measured pacing provided by the staff. You pay for Komi, but what you get is one of Washington’s most knockout dining experiences. Komi’s Venetian fairytale of a dining space doesn’t take groups larger than four, and you need to reserve way in advance – like, now.