80 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE

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OCTOBER 2012

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Grossi Florentino is a Melbourne icon and in my opinion nothing compares with the history, elegance of the surrounds and impeccable service from the knowledgeable and professional waiters.

We selected the Gran Tour option for our dining experience and thoroughly enjoyed the fine Italian cuisine created by the team in the kitchen.

Guy Grossi

We were presented with Grossi Prosecco, croquettes served in little paper bags, olives & grissini

Amuse Bouche - Veal mousse parfait wrapped in veal tongue and topped with black sea salt

Tuna carpaccio, fennel and apple, tomato san marzano, mosciame di tonno (air dried tuna belly)

Bruno Sorg 2010 Riesling - Alsace, France

Fremantle octopus, young vegetable giardiniera, goat’s cheese croquette, Ortiz anchovy & lemon emulsion

Spanner crab nettle tortellini, Avruga caviar, cauliflower, lemon, burnt butter

Flinder’s Island sautéed sweetbreads with peach & rissoni

Traditional dish from Turin - Bollito misto, veal cheek, tongue, cotechino, condiments, salsify

Vie di Romans 2009 'Dessimis'

Pinot Grigio - Friuli, Italy

Yarrawood Botrytis Riesling Yarra Valley

Henriques & Henriques

5 year old Madeira

Valrhona chocolate soufflé

café e dolcette

Impeccable service from James (pictured), Cosimo & the team.

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Grossi Florentino from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Sandramorbach/Grossi_Florentino