Il Grano

I am going to sound like a broken record but I must repeat that Il Grano is a “must go” restaurant. Chef/Owner Sal Marino is amazing – his attention to detail, his extraordinary ability to get the best ingredients and his gift in that he lets the ingredients shine and not give you overwrought cuisine. We invited good friends to join us for a meal at Il Grano  – another meal of amazing company, extraordinary food and unbelievable wine.

Grano - champagne

BYO Champagne

Grano - crostini

Crostini with sautéed shishito peppers, dried bead crumbs, toma cheese

grano - smelt

Fried Wakasagi – Japanese smelt – with a sauce reminiscent of guacamole – pepper and smashed avocado

grano scallop

Seared Hokkaido scallop, oscetra caviar, Sequoia cherries, Purple carrrot and coffee sauce

Grano corton

BYO Corton

grano lobster

Lobster Catalonia, marinated onions, tomatoes, olive oil, basil

grano - montrachet

BYO Montrachet

grano - mushrroom

Porcini Mushroom Carpaccio, arugula, sundried tomatoes, parmesan, olive oil

grano - pea soup

English pea soup, olive oil, edible flowers

Grano - Lynch

BYO Lynch Bages

Grano - papparadelle

Home-made pappardelle, peasant ragu

Grano - Chateau de Beaucasse

BYO – last red wine!

Grano - rabbit

Rabbit stuffed with artichokes, caramelized onions, rabbit demi glace, edible flowers

Grano - lamb

Lamb loin, lamb chop, potatoes parmentier (my notes are very sketchy at this point!)

Grano - dessert

Apricot with amaretto, nectarine peaches with fresh mint, sequoia cherries with white chocolate

What a meal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! A+++++++++++++++++++++

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