The last time I dined at The Commodore was exactly thirty years ago. Back then it was a pretty run-down old diner. Now it's a trendy night-spot with a great chef! It's been nicely refurbished. The menu is fairly limited, but the choices available are all pretty interesting. I tried the Mushroom Miso "poutine" - Poutine in quotation marks since they used gooey, stringy hard cheese instead of 'curds'. A little messier than a typical poutine, but extremely tasty, nonetheless. The house salad was indeed BRILLIANT, it's alone pretty much worth the price of admission :-)
Gourmet greens, 'candied' pecans (magical in this context), raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, sweet onion, feta... this salad was seriously good! I dunno if it was just because it was ten PM, but I ordered the "small" salad and got a VERY substantial plateful.
Anyway, coffee great, service was friendly and fast. I would have stayed for dessert had not the "entertainment" (apparently it was "Battle of the lost emo acoustic-strumming crooners" night at the Commodore) speedily chased me away.
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