Grazie Mille was recommended to us by great friends of ours and given that it is situated in the next village we decided to give it a try.
As the management accepts dogs ( big plus ) we decided to take Arthur with us and asked for an outside table in the charming inner courtyard. The atmosphere was idyllic , small tables of two or four with a very civilised clientele all speaking very 'sotto voce'.
My partner had a vitello tonnato to start with while I had a beef carpaccio with truffle oil , both dishes surpassing our expectations.
We then both ordered a fritto misto of seafood for a main course. This was fantastic, prawns, calamari and baby octopus as well as courgettes coated in the lightest of batters and deep fried to an unbelievable crispness. Truly wonderful !
A cloud of tiramisu in a tall stemmed glass and a trio of delicious homemade ice-cream completed this memorable feast. Two espressos came with an offering of complimentary liqueurs / amaro.
The service is their weak link, the staff are mainly untrained transient workers who don't appear to know whether they are coming or going. Having said this, we ate in two hours flat which gave us time to enjoy our dinner.
On the way out were introduced to the charming chef who hails from Milan and he explained that he has tried to represent all the various culinary regions of his home country in his enticing menu.
We shall surely be paying Grazie Mille a return visit in the very near future.
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