Italian Restaurant, Antoninos, Ranked Top In Inland Empire By Major Food

Food-and-Drink Antonino’s in Rancho Cucamonga is one of those fine dining restaurants that lots of the locals know about but those outside of the area are not familiar with. It is one of the top Italian restaurants in the Inland Empire, states Allan Borgen, Allan Borgen is restaurant critic for the San Bernardino County Sun and the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin newspapers. He is also host of the TV show Let’s Dine Out on KVCR, now in its 18th season. The dcor is relaxing and romantic while the food is out of this world. The sauces are the main attraction of this restaurant for they are not only exciting and delicious; they also compliment the main entrees extremely well. Some of my favorite entrees include the steamed whole Sea Bass with herbed butter, the Gnocchi with stupendous creamy rich Gorgonzola cheese sauce, the Pollo Chianti, Vitello Saltinbucca and the incredible warm Shrimp Salad. Why pay a lot more at some of the other so-called fine dining Italian restaurants when you can get near perfect dishes at prices that everyone can afford, continues Borgen. Featuring some of most stunning and delicious dishes from Northern and Southern Italy, Antonino’s, formally known as Chianti Ristorante, is the ultimate in casual yet elegant dining. The beautiful and romantic dining room is decked out with large Romanesque classic paintings, etched glass and comfortable seating. They have a nice wine list as well as a full bar and the almost everything including the pastas, the bread and all of the desserts are made on the premises. The soothing Italian Arias and the tastefully appointed dcor are the perfect setting for that romantic or special dinner at prices that are extremely fair. Antonino’s also has a nice size banquet room that can accommodate parties and business meetings, concludes Borgen. Antonino’s Italian Restaurant is located at 8045 Vineyard Ave.Rancho Cucamonga, CA. 91730. About the Author: About Allan Borgen For the last 15 years, Allan Borgen has been building a loyal audience as a respected restaurant critic that people can both trust and identify with. He has been both the host and producer of the TV show Let"’s Dine Out" now in its 18th season on KVCR. He is also restaurant critic for the San Bernardino County Sun and the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin newspapers and is a member of the Southern California Restaurant Writers and the International Association of Food, Wine and Travel Writers. 相关的主题文章: