Its been too long since our last visit. This place is as good as ever. The smoked salmon linguine was fantastic! Everything was better than ever. Local gem can’t be missed.
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A bit disappointed. Haven't been for a number of years and the food was not the same. Flavors of the marinara sauce have changed and the motzarella sticks were served cold. Lack of attention to detail of quality of food.
Good find for the area, I am Italian and I enjoyed this place, the specials were great, fish very good, would definately go back.
Well, the problem is that I lived in Italy for many years, so I know Italian food, and how Italians eat at home and out in restaurants. The food is good, and there are certainly many Italian elements, flavours, tastes, sights and sounds to this...More
We have had special meals here for some years. The service has always been friendly but very casual, to the point of being way too friendly. The food is generally pretty good. Tonite's experience was very disappointing. The salad is tasty if not terribly well...More
Antonino's is an upscale neighborhood Italian Restaurant. Having grown up in an Italian family, I can vouch for the food's authenticity and delightfully just plain good!. It is a restaurant that my Italian Mama would appreciate. The food is well prepared and always delicious. The...More
We have been here many times and the food is always delicious. I am big on good service and I am always happy here. Our hostess, Veronica, is always so professional and pleasant. Luigi, is the best and he sings too! Their steak in cream...More
The service was so slow, the food was mixed up, and the bills were mixed up. The food was good but it took 2 1/2 hours to eat.
I have eaten here many times in the past, but haven't been in maybe a year or two. My favorites were still on the menu, and the veal marsala was as delicious as ever, but the service left a lot to be desired. Example -...More
Probably the best spaghetti I've ever had in Rancho Cucamonga. Also, if you buy a bottle of wine at The Wine Tailor and tate it to Antoninos they will wave the corking fee.