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    • Terralina Crafted Italian

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      • Description: Terralina Crafted Italian is located in Disney Springs on the site of the former Portobello Country Italian Trattoria. The restaurant decor is inspired by the design and lifestyle of Italy's Lake District. The new space is reminiscent of an Italian home, with an open kitchen, dining rooms with eclectic decor and a new veranda bar outside the main entrance. It is open for lunch and dinner.

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    • Collette

      Registered: June 2016
      Posts: 17
      Review Date: Thu July 12, 2018 Would you recommend the product? Yes | | Rating: 8 

      Positive aspects of the product (pros): Good food, generous portions
      Cons: Noisy, pricey

      Our server said quite a bit of the menu was carried over from Portabello, which surprised me. I was expecting something a little more distinctive and "foodie"-ish. However, the food is good-tasting, though the spaghetti bolognese was too salty. The seasonal soup was a fantastic white bean, but was a huge bowl that could have been a complete meal along with the ciabatta bread that comes with a small dish of delicious giardinere. Although the bread was good, it had to be torn, not cut, and it was greasy from the pan. Difficult to handle, and left you with really messy hands. The lasagna is spinach, not meat, although they will serve a meat sauce around it if you desire. It was nothing special. There are four wine flights available, plus a lengthy list of wines by the glass; there's a wine steward there to answer your questions. The pizzelle sandwich pictured above is huge, and also difficult to handle. It has caramel gelato in the middle, which is frozen stiff. The lemon panna cotta was tasty, but also too heavy after a full meal. I had expected it to be lighter. It's quite dense.
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