The Secret Way To Order Discontinued Olive Garden Items

A popular but discontinued dish at Olive Garden is something known as the chicken fettuccine Florentine. In case you don’t remember that particular item, it was chicken, fettuccine pasta, and spinach tossed in a thick parmesan cream sauce — and it’s still possible to order it simply by asking the chefs to put spinach on your chicken Alfredo. That’s just one example of how customers can tweak the menu to order a discontinued item, or at least, as close to it as possible.

Olive Garden’s customization options are surprisingly varied. You could swap certain proteins, such as switching beef out of a dish for chicken and vice versa. You could request cheese on your meal or omit it entirely. Then, there’s also the ordering trick for extra-creamy minestrone that incorporates potato soup. If you’re a fan of warm Italian doughnuts covered in powdered sugar, you could ask for a different dipping sauce, like raspberry instead of chocolate.

It’s important to note, however, that not every location may be able to accommodate your requests, depending on what ingredients it has in its kitchen. Again, so long as your requests are reasonable and you’re polite about it, you should be able to get your order without much trouble. But you may be surprised to learn that, even with all this customizability, not all discontinued items can be ordered.

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