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Fiorentino's in Lancaster

BunnyLuv | Dec 18, 2005 10:40 PM

Hi all. In the hopes of sparking more Central PA talk, I'm posting here about my recent trip to Fiorentino's. I've been there many times, but decided to post after my lunch time trip on Saturday. My hubby and I went to the Columbia Ave. location at about 2:30pm. We were in the mood for a leisurely lunch/dinner. We were seated in the "new" section near the windows over looking the parking lot and wooded lot. The bar area was full, but there were only about 3 occupied tables in our area. We first chose drinks: Stella Artois for me and a black russian for Hubby. They arrived quickly and the mixed drink was made properly and served in the appropriate glass. (Using the wrong glass for drinks is a partiular pet peeve of mine!!) We chose appetizers, and had a hard time picking. I finally settled on the baked brie wheel and Hubby got the fried ravioli. The brie was very attractively presented and had some wonderful pesto on the side along with the roasted whole garlic cloves, grapes and sliced toasted bread. Hubby's raviol were hot and yummy. They didn't stick around for long. Our entrees were chosen from the lunch menu. The prices on there were great! The most expensive item was just $6.95. I had the penne with salmon topped with a white wine shallot sauce. The salmon was tender, but not falling apart. the sauce was light and tastey. Hubby went with an old favorite--pepperoni pizza. It was hot, fresh and just a little chewy. He said it was very yummy, especially considering it was only $4.95! We finished our meal with specialty coffee drinks. Mine had frangelico, amaretto and Baily's. It warmed me up in several ways. The wait staff were attentive with out being smothering. She did not seem bothered that we lingered over our meal and drinks. Over all it was an excellant visit, and i cna't wait to go again!!

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