I really wanted to give Komi a full five but I just felt like there was something lacking. Maybe it's the menu - (I suspect) it never changes, so is it just being phoned in??? You wouldn't know because it's not printed anywhere and photos are not allowed, but I did take notes. I think we counted about 17 courses, all in. A lot of food but we didn't feel ridiculously full at the end.
Pros - relaxed atmosphere in a nice room and friendly staff. No pressure to drink alot of (expensive) wine. Some of the dishes were clever and inventive, like the spanakopita with the liquid center.
Cons - I joked with our server early in the meal that I wondered if our entree would be a deconstructed gyro . . . then, SURPRISE! That's exactly what it was, a deconstructed gyro. Literally. Nicely cooked goat and pork served with pita and a tray of standard Greek spreads - nothing unique or inventive here. I really expected more from a James Beard nominee. Dessert wasn't remarkable, a fried doughnut dipped in syrup. There were two others that I recall were better, but I don't have my notes at hand. Dining room is dark, which is a little disappointing because I would have liked to see the beautiful presentation of the food.
I feel bad that I didn't like it more - I guess I have had a number of amazing meals and I had REALLY high hopes for Komi, since I had to work pretty hard for the reservation. Overall, I think it's over priced and over hyped but still a nice place for a special occasion and a fancy meal.