There is an admirable simplicity to Komi’s changing menu, which is rooted in Greece and influenced by everything – but primarily genius. Dinner comprises 12 or so dishes; say suckling pig, scallops and truffles, or roasted baby goat. Komi’s cozy space doesn’t take groups larger than four, and you need to reserve in advance. Call a month before your desired dining date.
Komi is one of Washington’s most knockout dining experiences, with the incredible attention and measured pacing that the staff provides adding to the effect.