Komali Summer Menu Will Spice Up Your Life

Komaliby Andrew Chalk

Hot in on our steam-powered press release machine come news of a new summer menu at Komali..

“Spicy food lovers hit a home run at Uptown’s Komali Restaurant.  Chef/Proprietor Abraham Salum and Executive Chef Anastasia Quinones have cooked up a hot dish for the Contemporary Mexican eatery’s summer dinner menu.  Costillas de Puerco (braised pork ribs) with pineapple habanero glaze, queso fresco mashed potatoes, and grilled nopal salad carries a “WARNING: very spicy.”             

Other new menu highlights include Squash Blossom Quesadillas, Redfish with Texas Peaches, and Seafood Stew.  For the sweet tooth summer diners can try Coconut Bread Pudding or Strawberry Tres Leches Cake.

Spicy Short Ribs

While Mixologist Leann Berry’s award-winning margaritas will cool the palate, don’t look for Salum and Quinones to have the ER standing by for those who over-indulge in the new “too hot to handle” dish.  They do promise, however, plenty of other cool menu items. Berry’s margarita was just listed as one of the best in the state by Texas Monthly.

Komali is located at 4152 Cole @ Fitzhugh. 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. From award winning brunches to specialty beverages, Komali has been cited by Esquire Magazine food critic John Mariani as leading the new wave of authentic Mexican cuisine (not Tex Mex) in the United States.

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One response to “Komali Summer Menu Will Spice Up Your Life

  1. Andrew Chalk

    Further Komali news came on the steam feed…

    Patron Tequila brings a fine tequila tasting to Abraham Salum’s Komali in Uptown on June 27th. Enjoy chef Anastacia Quinones’s four-course dinner with tequila pairings, beginning at 7 PM, for $65.00 per person (plus tax and tip). Reservations required.

    Komali is located at 4152 Cole @ Fitzhugh. From award winning brunches to specialty beverages, Komali also was cited by Esquire Magazine food critic John Mariani as leading the new wave of authentic Mexican cuisine (not Tex Mex) in the US. For reservations call 214/525-0200. http://www.komalirestaurant.com

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