Have been here since it changed from Cecil's. Seems though that the chef stayed. There was a few things we stopped for the Osso Bouco for sure and the Penne Pasta Vodka, always worth the trip. If any critique it would be the same as Cecil's, being seated and forgotten. Host/hostess seat you and then starts chatting at a table on the way to their station. Once you do get their attention they apologize all over themselves and say its a southern thing. Overall great food.
If you own or manage Valentino's II, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.