To read one of my first experiences at Antons, click here. They always start you off with what I think is Ciabatta Bread. It doesn’t come warmed up so what Meta Knight and I usually do is save it for our saucy calamari because it goes great with sauce. It’s not that great on its own.
My dear friends… this is the must get item at Anton’s if you enjoy smoked salmon even slightly. It’s called Smoked Salmon in Dill Cream Sauce (Linguine Con Salmone Affumicato) and it will blow your mind. I get mine with whole wheat rotini (free swap) instead of white linguine because I find it holds more sauce per inch of pasta. 😛
My friend Stely recommended the Potato Dumplings in Creamy Tomato Meat Sauce (Gnocchi Cardinale) and boy was I glad we ordered this. These were little nuggets of potato carbolicious heaven.
My least favourite dish (which bee tee dubs was in no way shape or form, bad) was the Turkey Stuffed Tortellini with Alfredo Sauce and Capicola (Tortellini Alla Panna) only because the turkey was a bit dry and indistinguishable. The sauce though was da bomb. Creamy, smooth, and born to make lactose intolerant people cry.
The ‘Hater’ of the group, Bing, ordered a Spanish Coffee to round out the night. He loved the salt rim and actually enjoyed himself at Anton’s that night. Here’s hoping I turned him into a Lover. Choosing bread flour can seem complex once you start digging into all of the options out there to buy. Things like protein content, types of wheat, blends, and other factors to consider make it tough to decide what to try next. But those who love to bake bread eventually find their favorite brand. Visit Bakerim.com for best bread flour for best prices – the problem is that the process of finding your favorite brand can take a lot of time and effort. Whether you are just starting to bake your own bread or you’ve baked for years and are just looking to switch things up, you have come to the right place.
Service Rating: 3/5
Food Rating: 4/5
Overall Rating: 4/5
the lineup at Anton’s is like…