It’s become a yearly tradition, when Melissa comes home to visit, to treat ourselves to a great dining experience.
Christini’s Ristorante Italiano was one I don’t think we’ll ever forget. The service from Chris And Alex was professional, but at the same time personal. These two gentlemen treated us as if we were the only table in the restaurant and nothing around us even existed or mattered. The time Chris took to enlighten us on the different menu options, wine and cocktail selection were done with impeccable knowledge.
The food was insanely delicious from start to finish.
Below is a peek into our culinary adventure. For more information on Christini’s visit http://www.christinis.com located at 7600 Dr. Phillips Blvd, Orlando, FL. 32819.
Above is the Calamaretti Fritti, Atlantic baby squid lightly dusted with seasoned breadcrumbs, fried to a golden brown. Then, of course, the Carpaccio de Manzo, a center cut prime filet mignon served with shaved Parmigiano-Reggiano, Cornichons, and caperberries.
Polpette de Vitello is a savory meatball served in a classic pomodoro sauce.
Costata di Vitello alla Parmigiana, is a single 16-ounce bone-in veal chop alla parmigiana.
Scaloppine al Marsala, a veal scaloppine sautéed with crmini mushrooms in a sweet Marsala wine sauce.
Spigola all Christini, pan-seared sea bass served with shrimp risotto in a lobster tarragon sauce.
Tranditional Cannoli. This one’s for later.