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Good Italian food in the 'burbs

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Good Italian food in the 'burbs

David De Silva | Oct 1, 2001 11:19 AM

With it being next to impossible to find good Italian food in the suburbs (or much anywhere else for that matter), I thought I'd post a report on one of the few places worth trying.

It is called "Ristorante Toscano" and it in located in North Wales near the Montgomeryville Mall. It is in a strip mall (Montgomery Commons) and is BYOB. I used to work there before the previous owners sold it about 5 years ago. Back then, it was as good (probably better) than anything of it's kind in the city. Now, a notch down, it is still serving good food. We ate there Friday night and enjoyed ourselves.

The appetizers (butter nut squash filled angliotti in cream sauce and eggplant parmasean) were both very good. Entrees (veal with yellow tomatoes, red peppers and spinach, scallops in a chilli lime butter) were also quite good. Dessert was also pretty good (some homemade, some imported store bought). The tab was $65 which is good for what we got.

So, if your in the area it's a worthwhile place to go to get good Northern Italian fare at reasonable prices.

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