Tiny Kitchen started out as a small outlet for husband-and-wife team, Vincent & Donna Rodriguez, and their handful of choice delicacies. One of the first that they introduced was the Gourmet Tuyo — dried fish bottled in olive oil and garlic. They also started operating a modest bakery, since Vince is in fact a baker. My mom is a huge fan of their Ciabatta and the Rosemary Focaccia Bread.
Today, despite its small size, Tiny Kitchen is a gastronomic giant in the eyes of their patrons. The dining area can accommodate only about 16 people, but a lot of folks — like Christian (who took the photos here) and myself — often order out. So that means they’ve developed a separate niche clientèle of people who go there to order bring-home items. Another thing my mom often asks me to buy there is pesto cream, which they make without salt, so you can season your dishes to taste.
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