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Sturdy strands of bigoli were twirled into a nest for exceptionally tender, if aggressively herby, veal meatballs.
Perched on a promontory above the town, this elegant restaurant, also a Fourchette Bleue member, offers sophisticated international fare such as veal sweetbreads, seafood linguine and Thai soup.
Side dishes of seasonal vegetables plucked from Moore’s garden stole the show from the veal marsala ($32).
In a large non-reactive bowl place beef, pork, veal, Pecorino Romano, Pecorino Moliterno, breadcrumbs, parsley, meyer lemon zest, salt, chili flakes, fennel pollen, ricotta, and eggs.
The concise, seasonally driven menu offered only five main choices, which makes sense given the size of the restaurant, along with a shared dish, a braised ruby veal shank.
One of us had paupiettes de veau with fricassée de légumes (stuffed veal with vegetable fricassee)
The cherry on top was a veal dish, which took inspiration from the work of Damien Hirst (whose paintings were on display in the galleries) and exemplified how closely tied art and food can be.
This recipe is a variation of a staple of brasserie menus all over my native France: veal Milanese.
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