First a coach house, then a printing press, and later a garage. Comodo has gone through many guises to find its final form: a unique restaurant that you won’t find anywhere else in Rome.
Comodo’s open-plan architecture, with no partitions, offers a truly immersive dining experience, with five cuisines in one place and a seating capacity of 350. But what makes Comodo such a fine restaurant is not just the originality of its cuisine.
A restaurant with an emphasis on the history of the place
The walls of the Comodo restaurant have been restored to their original rough form to create a special effect that reproduces the patina of time. The antique parquet flooring and patterned cementine also evoke the tradition of the place. But Comodo is anything but old: here, past and present are in perfect harmony.
Traditional, exotic, classic. Comodo is all this and much more.
Plants cascading down from the ceiling give the impression of being in a lush garden, all complemented by retro details that give the restaurant a warm and cosy feel. Like the large rattan fans flown in directly from the United States, or the cash register, which resembles a printing press counter and evokes the old business of the place.