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Photos: Barolo Grill, reviewed this week

Insalata di barbabietole
Insalata di barbabietole
Mark Manger

The last review of 2011 took me back to Barolo Grill, where a year ago I had some very mediocre meals at soaring prices -- which made me think that Barolo's star was tarnished, and the legendary restaurant no longer lived up to its reputation.

When I returned to Barolo this month, though, I found a very different place. Over the past twelve months, Barolo has updated both the decor and the menu (one dish, the veal cheeks, blew me away). As Barolo heads into its third decade, its star is definitely rising.

Here, to go with the review, is a side of photos. For more of Barolo Grill, check out our slide show: Barolo Grill is flying high.

A quivering slice of foie gras.
A quivering slice of foie gras.
Mark Manger
Tagliatelle alla Bolognese.
Tagliatelle alla Bolognese.
Mark Manger

More photos: Barolo Grill is flying high

Veal tartare crowned with a quail egg.
Veal tartare crowned with a quail egg.
Mark Manger
These rich, velvety veal cheeks were one of the best dishes I've had this year.
These rich, velvety veal cheeks were one of the best dishes I've had this year.
Mark Manger

More photos: Barolo Grill is flying high

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