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La Tosca Restaurant, San Carlos

Original post made by Maria on Apr 10, 2008

I went there the other day for dinner with my Great Aunt, My mother and my Aunt and we had a fabulous time. It is the best Italian restaurant around that I have been too. We were delighted to have good food accompanied with great service.

I had the rack of lamb that was to die for. My Great Aunt had the special hanger steak with diane sauce. My mother had the bison filet mignon special and my aunt had the guinea hen. We all decided to share a taste with each other. I was astonished to say that everything was fabulous!

I would recommend this restaurant for everyone to try. It is right on Laurel street, a little ways south from San Carlos Avenue.

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Posted by Gina, a resident of Palo Alto Hills
on Apr 10, 2008 at 5:07 pm

I went to La tosca Restaurant too and they invited me and my boyfriend to their one year Anniversary on April 17th at 6:30 for complimentary wine and appetizers. I suggest anyone has free time they should come by and see the place.


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