Do your heart some good at Bambino’s
- on May 31, 2012
The antipasto salad was a colorful combination of chopped romaine and leaf lettuce, black olives, tomatoes, cucumber, banana peppers, red onion, and provel cheese tossed lightly in Bambino’s house dressing.
The delightful Spiedini Fruit Di Mare came packed with omega-3 fatty acids, as a generous serving of tender scallops and shrimp took center stage. The delicately breaded and grilled scallops and shrimp were served alongside Bambino’s whole grain wheat pasta that had been mingled in their homemade pesto. A delicious amogio sauce consisting of olive oil, lemon juice, and spices paired well with the scallops and shrimp. For a lighter meal, the staff at Bambino’s would be happy to serve the sauces on the side.
I was excited to hear that Bambino’s makes all of their pasta sauces in-house, as well as their pizza dough, baguettes, and focaccia. Furthermore, Bambino’s is happy to accommodate those with special dietary restrictions – They offer gluten-free pasta, vegetarian dishes, low sodium sauces, and are happy to take any special requests. They also offer half size portions, and you can add a side of vegetables or fruit to any dish.
Visit the charming Bambino’s for some heartwarming entrees and service. Be sure to drop in for lunch as they offer great deals for smaller portions of their dinner entrees – Most dishes on their lunch menu are around $5.00 to $6.00.