THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Il Mulino
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Il Mulino Restaurant Review: Step off Peachtree Street into a bit of Old New York, and prepare for a classic dining experience. Prices are definitely over-the-top, but at the end of the meal, you may likely feel the tab was worth it. You will start with chunks of crumbly Parmesan cheese that the waiter ekes out from a large wheel. On the plate set before you are cured meats and all manner of other little treats, along with really good bread. You will want a bottle of wine, as by-the-glass choices leave one cold, so share this meal with a friend. We chose a Pio Cesare Dolcetto d’Alba 2007, ably handled by the waiter, who decanted the bottle into a crystal water pitcher and kept our glasses filled at a proper level. We recommend the veal, which comes in any of several preparations, including a chop and a scaloppine with mushrooms and light tomato sauce. Both portions are huge. There’s plenty of pasta to choose from as well, and half orders are ample. For dessert, if it’s chocolate, you’re in for a serious treat. The remains of the wine are splendid with a moist dark chocolate morsel. The best thing about Il Mulino may well be the warm, but correct, professional service.