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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 starters like prosciutto with sweet melon, and shrimp sautéed in olive oil and seasoned with garlic and spicy red pepper flakes. 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 veal sautéed with Cognac and porcini mushrooms in a light cream sauce, as well as veal topped with prosciutto covered in wine sauce and served on a bed of spinach. A revolving list of daily specials helps keep the menu fluid and versatile.