I noticed yesterday while passing by Kaslik that Eatalian has closed down and moved next door to Casper & Gambini’s. That’s actually a smart move as Eatalian wasn’t doing that well and Casper & Gambini’s branch is relatively big when compared to other Casper branches, add to that the fact that Olio Pizzeria opened across the street.
Anyway, I went down to check it out and have a lemonade. The place looks practically the same except they brought in Eatalianâ€™s tables and chairs to replace the couches and cozy chairs on the right section of the restaurant.
Once I sat, I noticed Casper & Gambiniâ€™s was marketing its new light delivery menu. The dessert on the picture looked really delicious and I assumed it would also be available but as it turns out, itâ€™s only for delivery. Isnâ€™t it usually the other way around? Items on the menu are not available for delivery?
Itâ€™s not a big deal but I think itâ€™s silly that you market light items or any items inside the restaurant that customers canâ€™t have. Itâ€™s like â€œExcuse me, can I have this dessert on the picture? It looks deliciousâ€ and the waiter goes â€œI am sorry itâ€™s only available for deliveryâ€. The minted Lemonade was great by the way.