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Inspired by Asparagus
May 20, 2009   
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Located in a historical building in downtown Warsaw, the KOM restaurant boasts businessmen, diplomats and media personalities among its clientele. The refined, elegant interior has specially commissioned furniture and accessories referring to history and culture. The staff are friendly and professional.

The menu is dominated by fusion cuisine with colonial inspirations, and uses high-quality ingredients and exotic spices. It is accompanied by an impressive choice of champagnes and wines. Swedish chef Daniel Isberg has extended the original menu with a new set of dishes which the restaurant has labeled "Created With Fresh Asparagus & Strawberries."

Some of the fine appetizers include asparagus brulée with pan-seared scallops (zl.29) and homemade ravioli stuffed with green asparagus and foie gras served in truffle consommé (zl.29). It is also worth trying the creamy green asparagus soup with smoked salmon and poached quail egg (zl.20).

All the main courses are so good that it's difficult to make up your mind. But you should taste chicken roulade stuffed with white and green asparagus, caramelized balsamic sauce, roasted root vegetables & green asparagus chutney (zl.49) or the lightly grilled Ahi tuna with white asparagus cream, grilled green asparagus, slow-roasted tomatoes and roasted new potatoes (zl.54).

And for dessert, strawberry lasagne with strawberry mousse and marinated strawberries in aged balsamic vinegar (zl.24) is a must.


KOM Restaurant, 37 Zielna St.,
tel. +48 22 338 63 53
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