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KOMI



1509 17th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20036

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(202) 332-9200

  • Sun - Mon Closed;
  • Tue - Thu 5:30pm - 9:30pm
  • Fri 5:30pm - 5:30pm
  • Sat 5:30pm - 9:30pm

Cuisine: Greek Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants


4.7 of 5.0 from 31 reviews


price range:more than $50

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  • Been There Eaten That on Jun 12, 2013

    I am totally pumped up for dinner at Komi. Washingtonian has just named it the number one restaurant in the area for the fourth year in a row...

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  • Washington PostWhat links the many courses at this modern Greek restaurant is a reverence for great ingredients and superb taste.

    55555 by Washington Post


  • ThePurplePassport.comKingpins of every industry, particularly politics (the President and Michelle have been spotted here on date night), frequent the restaurant, so keep an eye out.

    55555 by ThePurplePassport.com


  • Christian S.The food was sophisticated and delicious. The services excellent. The wines, however, were not at the same level and generally entry level niche wines.

    55555 by Christian S.


  • Valerie G.Amazing and completely 100% worth the money and worth the hype. Come HUNGRY. Like starving. It's an insane amount of food and wine.

    55555 by Valerie G.


  • Stephen H.Main course was provincial and I've had better meals at this price point....ran up the bill with H20 ($7) without asking if we wanted more. If you go, don't face the kitchen, it ruins the surprise.

    22222 by Stephen H.


  • Debbi S.Favorite DC indulgence...always a pleasure to visit...food, wine, & hospitality are superb. :)

    55555 by Debbi S.


  • Ryan R.Sit back, relax, let them take care of you. Worth every penny. Excellent or foodies.

    55555 by Ryan R.


  • Jason R.The alcohol pairing is definitely worth the extra $70. There are so many flavors throughout the meal that it only makes sense to have unique drinks to supplement your food.

    55555 by Jason R.


  • Home Owner Solution Network I.Excellent dining experience time and again!

    55555 by Home Owner Solution Network I.


  • Travel + LeisureA haute Dupont Circle spot that takes Greece as a starting point (slow-roasted baby goat with pita and tzatziki; foie gras and Wagyu-beef-tongue gyro).

    55555 by Travel + Leisure


  • TonyHands down best restaurant in DC. Do the wine pairing with the tasting menu and you will have a constant flow of food and drink until you can no linger move!

    55555 by Tony


  • Rebecca M.The goat with the feta guacamole is life changing. Still Thinking about it, two days later!!

    55555 by Rebecca M.


  • Kelly H.First beef tongue! Tasty!

    55555 by Kelly H.


  • Washingtonian MagazineInside this unassuming rowhouse next to a CVS, Johnny Monis is putting out the top culinary experience in Washington. The wine pairing ($70 per person) is generous and full of offbeat picks.

    55555 by Washingtonian Magazine


  • FiOS 50Make your reservations a month in advance. Johnny Monis' Komi is not only one of the best restaurants in DC, but the entire region, so book now!

    55555 by FiOS 50


  • Ed L.Unpretentious, friendly, highly knowledgeable. The food is outta this world. From goat to uni, Creative surprises to counter your expectations. Minimal sauce, honest food. Wine pairing a must!

    55555 by Ed L.


  • Washington Post**** stars in Tom Sietsema's Fall Dining Guide 2011. (Tom: "When can I come back?") http://wapo.st/nHBSWb

    55555 by Washington Post


  • Jason T.Order the goat. It's worth the upcharge -- but it's their signature dish that is worth every amazing, wonderful, savory bite.

    55555 by Jason T.


  • Matthew D.get the wine pairing

    55555 by Matthew D.


  • Pilar S.Such a lavish restaurant. Meeting w/ the housewives of D.C. :)

    55555 by Pilar S.


  • Davinci VirtualIndulge in an endless amount of Mediterranean flavors at Komi. Multi-course dinners with creative and innovative dishes make dining here a one of a kind experience.

    55555 by Davinci Virtual


  • BravoChef Jonny is very innovative. Great place for a romantic dinner. Spit roast goat with three sides is delicious. -Tamesha Warren, Top Chef

    55555 by Bravo


  • USA TODAYMust-try pastas: pappardelle with a ragout of rabbit and olives, spaghetti with a creamy sea urchin, and agnolotti with Kabuki squash and served with pork sausage.

    55555 by USA TODAY


  • NES J.Don't take a picture of your food. They don't like that.

    33333 by NES J.


  • Lauren K.The wine pairing is a must. It's a splurge on top of a splurge, but why not? You're already splurging. And have you ever had sparkling sake?

    55555 by Lauren K.


  • Bon Appetit MagazineThe tasting menu at arguably the best restaurant in the District always includes a selection of beautiful pastas. Our top choice? Chef Johnny Monis's spaghetti with crab and sea urchin.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • GourmetLiveJust a couple months after The President and 1st lady visit, not only did chef/owner Johnny Monis get the Obama "bump" in business, but was also serving an unlikely course: A mini half-smoke.

    33333 by GourmetLive


  • EpicuriousA romantic candlelit dinner will thrill your date at this Italian-American spot. The roast pigeon, served on a bed of feathery mushrooms, is a mouth-watering masterpiece.

    55555 by Epicurious


  • Elizabeth D.Make your reservation early!

    55555 by Elizabeth D.


  • Risnjak P.try some greek wine

    55555 by Risnjak P.


  • Erik M.Eat the "degustazione" or chef's sampling option. You mouth may never be happier.

    33333 by Erik M.


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