I ate with my family (wife and 2 grown sons) at KoMo KoMo on a Friday evening. The restaurant was quite busy but thankfully we had made reservations. It's located in a strip mall anchored by a Kroger, but the interior is very pleasantly decorated and a little upscale. What really recommends this place, in addition to the excellent and attentive service, is the quality of the food. The restaurant has a French/Korean fusion menu that provides a range of price options, from affordable (bulgolgi or bibimbop with soup, for example, at $14) to dishes such as Joues de Boeuf Confites (Braised Veal Cheek) at $33. My wife ordered the braised veal cheek at my insistence and thought it was the most tender veal she's ever eaten (my own bite of it confirmed: it melts in your mouth). Our other dishes--DokkBbokki, Beef Bulgogi Bibimbop, and Korean Rib Steak with Bok Choy, Jade Rice and Soy Ginger Reduction--were excellent and beautifully prepared. For appetizers, we had the lettuce wraps (Ssam) and an order of chicken dumplings--both were terrific. The lettuce wraps come as an order of three, with the filling on an open lettuce leaf, which you roll up and eat. There's a good wine and beer list. Two of us also ordered the sweet potato soup after reading the rave reviews, and were not disappointed. The only odd thing was that some meals come with miso soup, and one of us who ordered the potato soup also got the miso soup. It might be helpful for the restaurant to figure that problem out. Overall, KoMo KoMo offered a great dining experience and although we did splurge a little on our orders, it was worth every cent.
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