faq

What does Kome mean?

Kome is the Papiamentu word for “Eat”

What kind of food does Kome serve?

First and foremost our dishes are crafted from scratch with care and detail. We cook things that make us happy. We don’t subscribe to one kind of cuisine, most of our dishes have American, French, Caribbean & Asian influences and on occasion something new and surprising.

I have an allergy, can I eat at Kome?

We can tailor most of our dishes to accommodate any allergy or dietary restriction.

Can you accommodate large parties?

Yes, please inquire with our management team or contact us here for further details.

Which credit cards do you accept?

Visa, Mastercard, Maestro and Cirrus

Does the chef offer a tasting menu?

The chef can prepare a tasting menu for you and your party, please inquire.

Does the pastry chef do cakes and special dessert orders?

She does, please inquire with management at the restaurant or contact us here .

When does your kitchen open and close?

Our kitchen is open for lunch Monday thru Friday 12pm to 3pm and dinner Tuesday thru Saturday 6pm to 10pm. We are closed on Sundays.

Can I bring in a cake?

We do not allow outside food or desserts.

Where can I park?

In front of our restaurant on Johan van Walbeeckplein or there is parking before you enter our street next to the Citco building.

Can I buy a gift certificate?

Yes, we offer gift certificates in all amounts.

Does Kome have high chairs?

We do, and we welcome your adorable children.

When did Kome open?

November 30, 2012

Did you use an architect?

Yes, ir. M.P. de Haas – email mphaas68@gmail.com