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kliman-online-graphic-100.jpegTodd Kliman seems both intrigued and skeptical about the upcoming Suna Restaurant on Capitol Hill. A reader asks in the critic's weekly chat whether the restaurant will compare to Komi, but Kliman says it's premature to draw that kind of parallel. "I do think that starting from scratch without a big name in the kitchen and banking everything on two different tasting menus and no a la carte is unusually audacious...It is an approach, however, that tends to alienate the average diner. That means that the place is, essentially, flying without a net. That's tremendously exciting. All or nothing. Let's hope they can pull it off." [Washingtonian]

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