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Ca'del Sole - Review


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Ca'del Sole - Review

omakase | Nov 13, 2008 07:37 PM

Das Ubergeek wrote an excellent review about Ca'del Sole back in '05. So here's my take on the place. I parked on the street to avoid the valet - something I try to do when I can. I was seated in a very cozy dining area with large and very comfortable circular booths. Some nice soft bread with an olive spread was served complementary. I ordered some Pinot to get started - $10.00 per glass, but there are less expensive ones by the glass. For appetizers, I ordered something called Culatello - thinly sliced ham and melted cheese on grilled bread - 4 pieces for a total of $10.95. Loved it!! I also ordered some Blue Point Oysters - half a dozen for $12.00. Sensational!! For my Main Dish, I ordered the Pollo - a grilled whole boneless chicken with lemon zest served in a sizzling skillet with roasted potatoes and vegetables - 16.95. Marvelous!! For dessert, I had a Cappuccino and a plate of homemade cookies. I was pleased with everything, including the service. I highly recommend this restaurant and the dishes I ordered.

Ca'del Sole
4100 Cahuenga Blvd.
Toluca Lake, CA 91602

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