E. Baldi opened in 2006, and has minimalist decor with a large window that overlooks Canon Drive. This is a popular place among the rich and famous- ... More
E. Baldi opened in 2006, and has minimalist decor with a large window that overlooks Canon Drive. This is a popular place among the rich and famous- be sure to bring your blase attitude and deep pockets. The menu boasts of Tuscan delicacies like carpaccio misto di mare, veal roast with rosemary and sage, and gnocchi with lobster. The budino pandoro, a warm bread pudding, that is served is a traditional Italian way to please the sweet tooth.
Went without reservation and had to wait 20 minutes, figured this place must be good if i have to wait. will make a reservation next time though.
Sat at the bar and had a nice glass of white Italian wine that the waiter suggested called Vie di Romans,,,so good!
Once we sat we ordered the Burrata, polenta and meatballs to start. We couldn't have imagined something better then this. Each thing we ordered was delicious so picking our main plate was difficult. We had Margherita pizza, Clam Linguini, Lasagna, Saltimbocca, Panzerotti, and Breaded lamb chops we shared everything....we LOVEDeverything!!!!!
I can not even begin to explain the deliciousness i witnessed! We couldn't resist and ordered dessert although we had no room left for it! We had Butterscotch pudding, Chocolate mousse and the owner/chef sent out these mini round cream filled donuts dipped in chocolate that melt in your mouth! we ordered extras to take home and will be returning soon! I will never eat Italian the same way again, this place is the only Italian I want, soooo GOOOD!!!!!!!!