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Watch: How Quality Italian’s Serious Steakhouse Spread Is Made

It features a veal Milanese almost too big for its plate

On this segment of Perfectly Plated, the Eater team crafts an ideal Italian spread from the menu at Quality Italian, a member of the Quality Branded restaurant group. Featuring homemade ricotta, a veal chop Milanese almost too big for its plate, and fresh agnolotti stuffed with dry-aged porterhouse (the perfect Italian-steakhouse hybrid dish), it's the perfect order for an indecisive and increibly hungry fan of Italian food.

Though technically a steakhouse — the fully-loaded table does include the restaurant's porterhouse for two — Quality Italian's menu includes both cooked and raw seafood options and a number of housemade pastas (not to mention a chicken parmesan in pizza form). Watch the video above to see the meal come together, baked clams, stracciatella, tomato salad, and all.

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Quality Italian

57 West 57th Street, Manhattan, NY 10019 (212) 390-1111 Visit Website

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