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Toni Boloni Restaurant. Update.

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Toni Boloni Restaurant. Update.

Marc Bernstein | Oct 31, 2001 03:39 AM

Went to supper two nights ago at Toni Boloni. The bread was very good,esp with oil and tarragon. As for the Cappucino,it was rather too strongly tasting of expresso. It needed alot of sugar to sweeten it. I ordered a Risotto:Mushrooms(many kinds(only saw one) My God,they really overpowered it with far too much garlic!!! It reeked of Garlic!! And they might have used Elephant Garlic too,which I understand is more strongly flavored. They added cheese-grated-I think Feta-a mess. I couldn't finish the risotto-plus service is variable-not so much waiters,but would be actors,trying to do impressions of Pacino,De Niro,Brando. Tonight I went to pick up a pizza:Tomato and cheese(basic) too spicy. Burnt crust! In Ottawa,one restaurant that really does such a truly wonderful Pizza:"(Byward Market)"Vittoria's Trattoria". I must say they are a real gem. Their capucino:is just perfect. They have very lovely soups. Their Veal dishes-Scalopini-are quite sublime. Another very good Pizza place(Ottawa:Byward Market) I can't recall the name right now-Oh,now I do:"Origano's Pasta/Pizza Bar". Their Pizza is great.

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