Month Visited: 06/12
- Good Meal
This is a very small mom and pop restaurant that had only 3 other tables occupied on the Thursday evening of our visit. There are tablecloths on each table, but these are covered by white butcher paper. We received menus followed by warm bread and a tasty olive tapenade. A house salad with a creamy balsamic dressing is included in the price of all entrees.
Ann ordered chicken convertino – a thinly sliced chicken breast stuffed with asparagus and fontina cheese which was topped with a mushroom marsala sauce. I chose pollo Giada – a boneless chicken breast stuffed with prosciutto, spinach and fontina cheese topped by a brandy tomato sauce. Each was served with a side of penne. Mine was a little more tender than Ann’s, but both were delicious.
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