Comodo on Macdougal Street
Kirk Love and his wife Lili have been singing the praises of Comodo. We finally got in there for dinner. The restaurant has about 40 seats with big huge glass windows in front and an open kitchen in the back. A very quaint home feeling that seeps into the food too. The staff is warm and friendly, like a family, and the food is delicious.
Josh ordered for the three of us and we split everything. We smelled a lot of garlic when we walked in the door so he mentioned this when he ordered. We did not like heavy garlic so wanted to make sure we picked the right things. The woman waiting on us said no worries. Not sure what she told the chef but everything was pretty much garlic free and amazing.
We began with a few appetizers. A roasted cauliflower gratin coated with a light aioli and crispy melted Parmesan cheese. The cauliflower could have been roasted just a bit more but the dish was really good.
When it gets warm and I am hoping that will happen before July, I am looking forward to returning with the windows wide open with a little Latin music in the background, sipping some Sangria and having another meal at Comodo.