Was between appointments in Cincinnati, wanted something to eat, so I thought that I would try the Olive Garden off Colerain Ave.
Because I didn't want all the calories with a pasta dish, I tried the Venetian Chicken with apricot sauce. The calorie count was less than 575, and before my meal, I was served the house salad and bread sticks. Both very good, and if you aren't concerned about how many calories that you eat, the restaurant will bring additional salad, and bread sticks.
My entree took a little longer than people sitting around me, because they were all having some type of pasta dish. The wait was worth it. There were 2 small chicken breasts with dried apricots, and a citrus sauce served with asparagus and broccoli, All very good,
The server was very pleasant and she checked on me numerous times. Not gourmet, but a very good meal at a less than expensive price.
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