Many of us have memories of our grandmother’s cooking. For some those memories are of corned beef and cabbage, others recollect a satisfying bowl of knaidel (Matzah ball) soup, or for others it is a plate of Moros y Cristianos. No matter what your own memories are of your grandmother’s special recipies. Tavolino Della Nonna in Coral Springs gives a delicious demonstration of an Italian grandmother’s cooking.
Tavolino Della Nonna or “Grandmother’s Table” in Italian takes the warmth and nostalgia of the family kitchen and blends it with an upbeat bar section, a relaxed dining area, and a comfortable outside café style area. As diverse and enjoyable the various sections are though, they pale in comparison to the dishes themselves.
From the freshly baked Italian bread served as a patron is seated to the after meal espresso, each and every portion of the meal is a delight. Appetizers range from perfectly prepared Calamaria ala Tavolino to the delicious Nonna’s Meatballs, and each could almost be a meal on their own if it weren’t for the fact that the main courses are just as tantalizing.
Whether you’re craving Pesce (Fish), Steak (Bistecca), Chicken (Pollo), or Veal (Carne de vitello), the menu at Tavolino Della Nonna is well able to accommodate! Each dish is prepared with a flavor and flair that smacks of Italian handmade perfection. The wine list is quite respectable and if your of a mind for a more specialty drink, the bar staff knows their business and will mix to suit you. Don’t forget the desserts, which are the perfect topper – specifically the Nana Rose’s Ricotta Cheesecake, which may make you want to go back into the cucina to kiss the cook!
In addition to the delicious dishes, Tavolino Della Nonna is also quickly becoming a place of local celebrity. State Senators, Representatives, elected officials, and local talent are often seen enjoying the atmosphere, cusine, and colourful conversation.
For a wonderful evening, and no matter what your palate is craving, Tavolino Della Nonna is gem of a restaurant where a “Bella Notte” (beautiful night) is ALWAYS “Di stagione” (in season)!