The Commodore has always been at the heart of Oulton Broad life. In its outstanding location overlooking the broads, with its own dedicated moorings for daytrippers, it was the perfect place to while away a long summer day.
Sadly, in 2010 the pub was forced to close, but now a local entrepreneur has rescued it from oblivion.
David Moss of Oulton Broad Leisure, previously responsible for the rejuvenated South Pier and fresh from the success of the Duke’s Head in Somerleyton, has joined forces with Enterprise Inns Ltd. to transform the fortunes of the Commodore.
Following an extensive refurbishment, the Commodore reopened last week to delighted customers. The new 52-seat interior may be a far cry from the Commodore’s scruffy former self, but regulars will be pleased to hear that the quality of the beer is better than ever. The new menu is an instant hit, featuring a mix of classic pub favourites and more adventurous options.
The Commodore’s large patio area, which opens onto the marina, was one of Oulton Broad’s best summertime eating spots, and the refurbishment has returned it to its place as the perfect place to enjoy the unique atmosphere of Oulton Broad.
A new website showcasing the Commodore’s revamped menu will be launched in the new year.