I'm all Komi'd out. I had some very good sea bream as an entree, but have decided after this second visit in a little over a year that Komi is just too "chi- chi" for me. They start you with a series of small plates, about one every five minutes for at least an hour, and the first three or four are as tiny as a single olive or radish slice, some I swear are even smaller. Then they get a little bigger, to bite size, and a couple of them were very good bites indeed, but it gets tiring getting little dabs of food for so long. The pasta course was bigger, but still very delicate, and our fish entree was about the right size, but very light. And the desserts were interesting, but also very refined. You certainly won't get fat eating here!