Only one word can sum up my review of this Italian restaurant- Fabulous. This was the first time that I ate here as a customer. Working here I’m always on the other side of the dining area. Daniele’s Valley View has great food, wonderful service, and a beautiful atmosphere. I finally had the experience to try their finely-crafted dishes and seen for myself the difference that the freshest, and highest quality of ingredients can make. Customers always talk about their famous Daniele’s Old World Pasta Sauce that comes on all there pasta. This sauce is so terrific that it makes your mouth water the minute you lay your eyes on it. Its bright red color made me think of the most beautiful red rose I ever seen. It’s made with fresh whole tomatoes, onions, garlic, butter, extra virgin olive oil and the freshest basil that tastes like it was just picked from your own garden. I had the Chicken Daniele made with the most tasteful piece of chicken that melted in your mouth like a piece of rich dark chocolate, topped with three slices of tomatoes, red onion, fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil and seasoned with salt, pepper and a creamy sweet balsamic glaze. This dish was so beautifully plated that it looks like it just came out of a piece of art work and served by a professional server. Service was delightful and pleasant; the servers name was Maggie Lynn Boutell, she was very unbelievable in her knowledge of the menu. When explaining the special she was so excited that she made me want to try everything she was telling me about. She had a genuine smile that went from ear to ear, and a don’t worry don’t rush attitude. I had a chance to ask her a few things about the restaurant. Ms. Boutell said “I’ve been working here for two years and I am also the office manager during the day.” I also asked her what she loves about this place and her job. Ms. Boutell said “I love the people that come here and the staff that I work with. Working here I enjoy helping customers because...
Cited: Boutell, Maggie Lynn. Personal Interview. 18 September 2014.
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