With Italian food being one of my all time favorite cuisines, I was looking forward to rediscovering Nino’s Cafe since it’s been a few years since my last visit. As I entered the restaurant, it felt like a totally new experience since the last time I was there. Back in September 2017, they did a complete interior renovation of the dining room and it feels much lighter & brighter than I remembered. I took a seat and browsed through the menu. It still had the same layout and dishes that I remembered from my previous visit. A few of my foodie friends suggested that I try their cannelloni. It’s been quite a while since I’ve ordered that dish, so I definitely had to try it.
The restaurant is located a little bit east of Ocean Drive on Easter Lily Lane, which seems more like a driveway into Humiston Park’s parking lot than an actual road. There are parking spaces directly in front of the restaurant or you can utilize Humiston’ s lot there too. During peak times, you may need to find street parking and walk a short distance to the restaurant.
Now let’s dive right in and see what this place has to offer and what I had to eat!
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