It’s general knowledge to make reservations for a restaurant on a Saturday night, right? The hubby and I didn’t consider that one Saturday, and in a blind fit of hunger found ourselves hearing the dreaded it’s-going-to-be-an-hour-or-longer-wait from a polite hostess at Travinia. A week later we found ourselves at the same location, but at a much better hour (and no wait). We had checked out the menu on-line and we ready for this experience.
Travinia: Worth the Wait
glasses were ever half-full. A rounded rosemary-infused bread kicked off the experience. Warm and chewy, this soft bread was perfect with olive oil and the sweet balsamic vinegar. (Ask for the vinegar. Trust me!)
The menu boasts plenty options, and I finally decided on the Homestyle Cannelloni. It may have been $20, but it was large enough to use for my lunch the next day. Win, win! A total sea of cheese on top greeted me, and I happily said “hello” back! Beneath were creamy, filled cannelloni with even more cheese and shredded chicken. It was decadant and delicious, and I would order it again!
Travinia was relaxing and full of character. I even loved the faucets in the restroom and lovely artwork on the walls. The kitchen, too, was unique in that a wall of glass separated it from the main dining room; and there’s something to be said about transparency with food preparation.
On the road again,