I usually opt for their Taste of... choice, which allows for a 3-course meal of appetizer, first course and second course.
To start off, I chose the Insalata Bianca, a unique salad of Belgian endive, Bosc pear, garbanzo beans, Italian farro, and boschetto al tartufo cheese, drizzled with a lemon-olive oil dressing. This green-less salad was light but full of protein to help quell a rumbling stomach.
The prima piatti consisted of a Gnocchi con Brasato di Coniglio, housemade potato dumplings with a braised rabbit ragu, sage, onions, tomato and parmesan cheese. The rabbit gave a richness to this dish that I especially enjoyed. This was my first experience with gnocchi -- the potato dumplings are filling so a smaller serving was good.
The dolci to cap the evening was the Bonet Classico, an amaretto-coffee custard with caramel sauce and coffee-creme anglaise, accented by powdered sugar and coffee beans. Normally, my mother eats only a bite or two of the dessert, but this time I was compelled to keep up the pace as she was quickly devouring every delicious bite.
They also include regional wines which they pair well with their dinner selections.