I can't believe the last time I was here was back in 2016. Oh how time flies quickly! Alright, Antonio's, let's start our course:
This place switches up their menu all the time to keep things interesting.
Salad with fresh dressing, nuts, veggies, and cheese for appetizer.
Egg, croutons and some spice for the soup… but where’s the soup?
Your server will come to your table with a stainless steel pitcher and will pour your soup into your bowl. I loved how light this soup tasted, it wasn’t creamy and didn’t feel heavy.
Grilled dry aged Angus prime rib eye steak. The steak was tender, juicy and would melt in your mouth. My brother ordered a side of mushrooms and fried onions to accompany his steak.
Grilled chicken with mashed potatoes on the side. If you’re not into steak, this chicken dish is a great alternative. Their salmon section is pretty good too!
This is going to bug both you and me, but I can’t seem to remember the name of this dish. I really wanted their beef plancha (the dish I had last time I was here), but since they didn’t hold this dish on their menu anymore, I went with the closest dish our server recommended. This dish wasn’t as great as the beef plancha, but the meat was still extremely tender and would also melt in your mouth. I felt like they could have gone easier on the salt, but otherwise 10/10!
I picked the vanilla ice cream with the soft, warm, chocolate cake at the bottom.
We told our server that it was my brother’s birthday, so they brought out this additional dessert: meringues, hard chocolate with soft chocolate ice cream inside, baked orange, and chocolate powder to top it all off.
As always, Antonio's will not disappoint! Here's the link to my other Antonio's post I kept referencing in this post.