I love Italian food its one of my favorite cuisines to eat. I like how the dishes can be so simple but so tasty and seem more than just the few ingredients in the dish. Thats why Mille Vini is now my top place to get an Italian food fix.
Having eaten here several times now and tried many dishes on the menu I can say that I have never got a dish I did not like. As the name suggests in addition to the great food there is an extensive wine list with many Italian choices with some local wines on the list as well.
Meat platter $29 – no longer on the menu last time I ate here however I still asked the waitress for it and i was in luck because she said the kitchen would still make one up
Aranciini $14 – saffron rice balls , crumbed and lightly fried with aloli
Caprese $17 – fresh mozzarella, tomatoes and basil. A perfect example of simple Italian cooking.
Spicy popcorn prawn $16 – with chili salt and lime
Toasted Bread $2
Pork Belly $14 – fried pork belly with spicy balsamic glaze. Little bite sized pieces of pork with a sweet and sour taste.
Bruschetta $16 – with confit tomato , toasted bread and spicy pepperoni spread. This is a little different to any other bruschetta I have had before. The heat of the pepperoni spread is balanced with the cucumber and the tomatoes.
Spaghetti $32 –
Veal $28 –
Sfingi $15 – suger dusted Italian doughnuts with nuttela
Limoncello brulee $15 – burnt vinlla iced cream infused with limencello. Such a nice dessert to finish off with whilst being sweet is has a refreshing taste of lemon.