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Campofiorin | May 7, 2009 07:37 AM

Went to Graziella last night before heading to Cirque du soleil. Really enjoyed the meal. The service was friendly and professional, the place looks great. First, of we had prosciutto di Parma drizzled with olive oil and top with a little ball of fresh dill flavored mascarpone. Really enjoyed this dish. The ham was melting and sorta sweet and the mascarpone was delicious. The soup that the GF had was also good. SImple well concentrated chicken stock with bread, cheese and pancetta pasta (can't recall the name). Simple and good. The ricotta gnocchis served in a light yet tasty tomato and basil sauce were amazing, among the best I've tasted. Light and fluffly, picture eating a cloud that's how they felt. I had pastas with rabbit ragu and parmesan. Again, the pastas were splendid and the rabbit was well cooked and meting in my mouth. Portions were quite generous and we didn't finished them to spare some place for a a truely velvety vanilla panacotta served alongside caramelized apples with rosemary. The rosemary was not overpowering and the apple cubes were still crunchy in the middle. Light and delicious. All that plus 2 glasses of wine, one bottle of sparking water, taxes and tip for $135. We'll go back for sure.

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