Here’s the thing about food: you don’t actually have to travel to different countries to enjoy a well-travelled palate. At COMO Cuisine, the restaurant brings together the best dishes from the luxury hotel’s various properties. So while you might be dining at COMO’s hip Dempsey enclave, your tastebuds will be taking a journey across the globe, sampling Bhutanese momo or dumplings ($12) with a side of essay chilli, or digging into the same aromatic lobster biryani ($48) that’s served at its Cocoa Island property.
The menu leans healthy, thanks in part to a series of signatures from COMO Shambala, the brand’s wellness arm. Try the popular tandoor cauliflower ($22), which is marinated in an aromatic spice bath of yoghurt, turmeric, garlic, ginger, and coriander before going into a tandoor oven to earn a smoky char. But beyond vegetable-forward dishes like the mangrove crab salad ($24) and golden beetroot ($20), the menu also caters to those feeling indulgent too. If you’re here for dinner, get the Kurobuta pork ribs ($40) that comes with a side of Asian slaw that should really be a dish on its own, or the freshly made pappardelle ($30) with duck ragout.