Our table of 8 included kids, a diabetic, a vegetarian and a carnivore, and everyone was happy with their meal. Service was a little slow, but it was a busy Sunday afternoon in August. All the food we ordered was very good, and everything was a good-sized portion. The fritti was delicious, as well as the olive plate,and the heirlooms with burrata evoked everything good about summer farm-to-table goodness. The highlight was the Chino Hills corn, simple, delicious, and unbelievably sweet. It's a must try. Outside seating was a plus.
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