Fresh from appearances in New York City, including preparing a six-course dinner for a packed house of friends, family, New Yorkers and press at the famed James Beard House, Abraham Salum continues to showcase the best of authentic Mexican cuisine at Komali as he expands the restaurant’s lunch offerings to include more soups and salads while adding tacos, tortas, and tostadas and continuing the popular three-course luncheon special comida corrida.
New Casual Lunch Menu for Komali’s Mexican Restaurant
The new menu items can be prepared with grilled snapper, sautéed shrimp, beef tenders, braised port, or marinated chicken breast and are served with a choice of red rice or potatoes and black beans at a cost of $10-$12.
Introduced during the summer, the well-received Comida Corrida incudes an appetizer, entree and dessert for $14.00 per person.
Komali lunch is served daily, Monday-Saturday, 11:30 am-2:00 pm. Continuing are daily (4:30pm-6:30 pm) happy hour specials of $3 off glasses of wine, $.50 off beers, and the signature specialty drinks for $7 each. Award winning mixologist Leann Berry’s margaritas and Komali’s big screen TV’s make for great game time watching.
Cited by popular US food writer and critic John Mariani in his recent Esquire Magazine “ Best New Restaurants of 2011” article as one of the top restaurants in the country setting a new contemporary Mexican food trend, Komali is located at 4152 Cole #106. Serving lunch and dinner, the restaurant is open Monday-Saturday, 11:30 am-11:00 pm. Brunch is served Sundays, 10:30 am-3:30 pm. For reservations call 214/252-0200. www.komalirestaurant.com