Casanova looks and feels like a small country inn in Italy or France.
Good service was a running theme during our Carmel visit. Casanova was no different. We felt like revered guests of this country inn.
I had one of the best cups of hot chocolate I've ever had.
It literally came on a silver platter. I may have applauded when it arrived.
Crepes campagnardes -- roasted chicken, mushrooms, light creamy veloute, mixed greens ($12.75).
Completely unfussy and exquisite.
Side of fries ($4.00).
Awesome awesome awesome. How could fries be so awesome?
Side of chicken apple sausage ($4.00).
Plump and juicy and meaty. That's what she said.
Belgian waffles, organic apricot sauce, fresh berries, fresh whipped cream ($10.75).
Crisp, light, and fluffy all at the same time. That's no easy feat.
One highlight of Casanova is the Van Gogh table.
Casanova has many interesting rooms.
It's definitely not your ordinary restaurant. We had a fantastic experience.
I would love to try dinner here.