In Congolese, Kumi means “ten,” which refers to the restaurant being in Sathorn Soi 10. In Japanese, the word means “together.” Kumi is not entirely a fusion restaurant and the menu is heavily based on organic and fresh ingredients with some exotic ingredients such as rice and quinoa, used in South America, as the fusion side of it. The restaurant mainly serves light dishes, vegetarian, and vegan food but also has a good range for dining. Most of the ingredients are organic material (about 70-80 percent), as it is actually difficult to find 100 percent organic products from suppliers in Thailand.
Eat: A fast food joint but with quality, healthy ingredients and very few heavy dishes, this healthy corner is a great place to head to for a pleasurable meal. We recommend “Goat Cheese Vegetarian Millefeuille”, “Mediterranean Breakfast Set,” “Organic Berry Rice with Seabass Fillet,” and “Passion Fruit Mascarpone” for dessert.
Drink: Fresh-pressed juices are the best alternative to coffee that can give you a real boost for both your health and diet. Try the “Green & Tender” if you enjoy sourly taste or the “Watermelon Beetroot” for a more soothing splash.
Visit: Open daily from 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., kitchen closes at 9:30 p.m. (71/1 Sathorn Soi 10, 02-635-3673)