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Spaccarelli’s Restaurant Restaurant Review: This Millwood restaurant's gleaming white manor house exterior gives way to an airy main dining room adorned with multi-colored decorative paintings, bright yellow walls and chocolate brown beams. Wall sconces cast a soft light upon the more intimate rear dining area. Well-executed traditional Italian fare includes soups like a tortellini in brodo (meat tortellini in consommé) and antipasti such as zucchini fritti. But the kitchen's expertise lies in its veal entrées, served scaloppine-style, or in thinly sliced cutlets. The menu boasts over ten veal options, among them scaloppine di vitello alla Sorrentina, veal with a layer of eggplant and mozzarella in a light sauce; and a breaded costoletta alla Milanese or caprese. A revolving list of daily specials helps keep the menu fluid and versatile.