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Oct 17, 2006 04:54 PM

Veal parm

Where can you get great veal parm in the city and Western burbs? It's my 7-year-old daughter's new favorite food. (It was mine, too, when I was her age. I used to get it at Girogio's in Newton Centre, which is long gone.) She's perfectly satisfied at places like Maggiano's, but I'd prefer to find a place that I can enjoy too!

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  1. Vinny's Superette or Lil Vinny's in Somerville both do a great Veal Parm. My daughter who's 12 likes Vinny's Superette because it's so unusual to your regular type of restaurant.

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    1. re: Infomaniac

      Is that the place that's a convenience store/deli that turns into a sit down restaurant at night?

    2. Victor's in Ball Square, Somerville. Occasionally needs salt, but it's great.

      1. I really like the veal parm at Fiorellas on North St in Newton. Great red sauce, crispy & tender veal. Great place for kids too.

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        1. re: Scruffy The Cat

          Funny that you mention Fiorella's: that's where I took her on Sunday night.

        2. Hi,

          The Veal Parm at Antonio's on Cambridge St. in Boston is excellent, and they have a great menu of other Italian-American classics as well.

          1. Did she like it? I think Fiorellas is a pleasant enough experience. Most of their food is fine, but not top notch, except for the veal parm. I've had lots of veal parm and I think this is as good as any I've had.

            My kids like it there too.

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            1. re: Scruffy The Cat

              She liked it just fine, but I don't love the place. I suspect she'll be happy with anyplace with veal parm on the menu. I'm just trying to find a place that will make me happy too.