Now You Can Take Christini’s Delicacies Home

Amid the Pandemic Covid-19 Christini has decided to offer takeout and home delivery only from Uber Eats. This step is taken in the light of ensuring the safety of the residents of Florida.

Orlando, United States - April 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Amid the Pandemic Covid-19 Christini has decided to offer takeout and home delivery only from Uber Eats. This step is taken in the light of ensuring the safety of the residents of Florida.

Christini’s with its authentic and amazing culinary experience will be allowing the residents to order online via the website. For this purpose, there is a distinct Take Out Menu, which has different kinds of Soups, Appetizers, Salad, Entree, Pasta, and Dessert.

Among the beverages, you can order Non-Alcoholic Beverages like Coke, Diet Coke, and others. In alcohol-based beverages, you can order beer, Sparkling Wines, White Wine, Red Wine, and 375ml Half bottles of Chardonnay, Champagne, and other authentic beverages.

Timings for Takeout and Delivery: 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM/ 7 Days a Week.

Method: You can order online or call at (407) 545-6867

Christini is a world-class destination to enjoy the authentic taste of Italian cuisines and has attracted some of the most famous celebrities from across the globe. This Diner’s Choice 2020 Italian restaurant is based out of Orlando.

Chris Christini is the driving force behind this restaurant. An award-winning restaurateur who believes that providing high-quality cuisine and taste is the best service he can give to society.

Christini does not have a chain of restaurants. It is privately owned with only one branch of Christini’s Orlando serving the city from the last 35+ years now.

“To enter Christini is to enter Italy”.

This is because the original tastes of Christini have that amazing flavor of Italy that leaves everyone surprised.

And now they are all ready and pumped to bring this flavor to your home via its home delivery and takeout options. This step has been taken after Governor Desantis has instructed to close down all the restaurants in Orlando. So, till the time the restaurants are allowed to reopen, you can still enjoy some great food served by Christini’s all over the city.

Stay Safe and Stay at home. Don’t Go Out.

Contact Info:
Name: Chris Christini
Email: Send Email
Organization: Christinis Ristorante Italiano
Address: 7600 Dr Phillips Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819, United States
Phone: +1-407-545-6867
Website: https://www.christinis.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88951940

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