Bianca's, opened in 1993 by Chef/Owner Lisa Carmella, is an Italian Eatery and a restaurant unlike any other in the Triad. For an unique European ... More
Biancas an Italian Eatery
Bianca's, opened in 1993 by Chef/Owner Lisa Carmella, is an Italian Eatery and a restaurant unlike any other in the Triad. For an unique European dining experience and enjoyment of genuine Italian cuisine, come to Bianca's, on the corner of South Chapman and Spring Garden Street. Traditional favorites include Veal Marsala, Shrimp Scampi, Chicken Parmigiana, Meat or Vegetable Lasagna, Veal Parmigiana, or Manicotti. Unique House specialties are also found on Biancas' menu such as Veal Umido, Braciole, Grilled Fish Veronique, and Italian Stuffed Pork Chops (this recipe was requested for Bon Appetit Magazine!). Biancas' always updates its wine specials to complement the weekly menu.
We’ve lived in the area for about five years and are always pleased with the quality of the small local restaurants. Last night was our first trip to Bianca’s and it will not be the last. It is in a funky little building and the seating is basic but once the food starts flowing that is all you need. There are preset appetizers, salad, garlic bread, and deserts. Our meal featured a gazpacho, a simple salad, garlic bread moist drenched in butter, and a key lime cream cake. The portions were well thought out and we were satisfied but not stuffed. My wife had the tilapia special which they gladly altered to meet her tastes and I had the Chicken Samantha over spinach topped with a gorgonzola cream sauce. I would have had seconds if there was an option. We got a takeout of fettuccini and we each had a glass of wine. Our tab before tip $65! Call ahead. It is small.
Better than expected. The place was busy but the server kept up and did a great job. The owner was a hoot too :)
We were seated at 6:15PM, drink order taken at 6:17PM, drinks on the table at 6:22PM
The food was awesome!!! You gotta go to this place and get some!!!!
Now THAT's ITALIAN! Food is fresh and delicious. Love the menu and atmosphere. Reasonably priced. Recommend for business, romance, or family dinners. Locally owned and operated - really nice for a change.
The atmosphere at Bianca's is incredibly romantic. The food at Bianca's is generally good and is really well priced for what you get. My only qualm is that most of the menu is deep fried and at times the waitstaff seems rather anxious to speed you through your meal.
Fantastic food, great service and reasonable prices. My mom took us, which totals five, there when they came to visit me at UNCG. The bill came to 90 dollars with tip. That includes the appetizer, salad, garlic bread, the main course and desert. We all also ordered drinks. Everything was excellent. I should have been taking dates here when I came to Greensboro 3 years ago. A side note, there are many vegetarian options, everyone in my family is a vegetarian but me and they had tons of options. They made my family a delicious vegetarian appetizer because the soup which was the appetizer that night, had a beef broth. That’s Service
We have been going to Bianca's since it opened. For a while it was the best kept secret in Greensboro and then it started winning well deserved Golden Fork awards. Best Food, Best Service, Best Ambiance, Best for Romance, Best Waitress, everything at one time or another. You would think it would be outrageously expensive. It is a great deal.
The cuisine is Italian but don't expect Spaghetti and Pizza. This is not a restaurant that makes it money turning tables and pushing drinks.
This is a real meal served the European way. You get an appetizer, then the main course and then the dessert. All portions are a reasonable size. The emphasis is on quality and not quantity. You will spend longer than an hour here but you will enjoy the meal and staff. This meal is a part of an enjoyable evening and not a stepping stone to a movie or show.
I normally get one of the specials while my wife almost always gets the Manicotti. We'll occasionally split a carafe of white wine. A coffee with dessert and we still spend less than $50.
I highly recommend this restaurant and you'll see us there most holidays and occassional weekends.
This is the best restaurant in
Greensboro. The food is amazing and the staff is so friendly. My husband and I were another one of the couples who got engaged there. The staff saw what was happening and brought us a sharpie and a square of paper. They asked if we had just gotten engaged and when we said yes, they asked us to write the number 22 and the day's date on the paper. Then we were asked to replace the little square (21) that was wedged into the corner of the painting hanging on the wall at our table with our square. We were then given champagne on the house and toasted by the staff. What an engagement memory for both of us! That was 4 years ago and we love it even more today. We'd go more often but neither one of us has any self control at Bianca's and we'd not be able to fit through doors if we ate there as much as we'd like to.
Go here only with a HUGE appetite! The price is small for the portions of food and the number of courses you get!
Incidentally, I was proposed to at this restaurant on 1/14/2007. So yes, it has a really romantic atmosphere; it's like you're IN Italy.
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