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Bambino's 

BAMBINO'S This little corner eatery, opened in March by Thelma Anaya, is an intimate breakfast and lunch place, featuring Italian/American entrees. A recent special was pork roast over rice with creamed green beans on the side, and it was quite good, served in a portion meant for a human, not an elephant. We thought the entree might please, because we very much enjoyed the sliced fresh-baked bread and olive oil that came to the table beforehand. The dessert special was creme brulee, and as a special sacrifice for the Times, we ignored common sense and chowed down on the chocolate. The sweet tea deserves a mention too; it's real, it's not too sweet, it's perfect. Anaya's daughter makes sure of that, she said. Some other things on the menu (though the summer will bring changes): chicken wings, spinach and other salads, chicken al Arrostiti, baked lasagna, shrimp Alfredo, mushroom raviolis, hamburgers ... and breakfast is served ALL DAY. There's a kid's menu, too. 432 Ouachita, 501-627-0541. 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m. CC.

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