Hubby and I were visiting San Diego and took a drive over to Coronado, only about a 15 minute ride from Point Lomas where we were staying. It was a Friday night, around 5:30 when we walked into Il Fornaio. It seemed busy, but we were seated right away at a table at the window with a gorgeous view! We were thrilled! The bread was brought out piping hot and served with olive oil and balsamic. The bread was outstanding! Very rustic, very Italian. Hubby and I both had a Caprese salad and while it didn't look like much for the cost ($11), the tomatoes were thick and the mozzarella was plentiful. I had the small plate of Ravioli stuffed with butternut squash and walnuts. It was 3 HUGE raviolis and I could only eat two (after that salad and all that bread!) Hubby had spaghetti (he is not much for trying new things) and had a large portion and ate it all! The waiter was attentive. I am not sure if he really had an accent, or if it was for the job, but he was a bit difficult to understand. It was a wonderful meal for our last evening in San Diego!
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