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Il Mulino

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  • Italian
  • 37 E 60th St, New York NY10022 40.764007 -73.970604
  • (Btwn Park & Madison Ave)
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  • (212) 750-3270
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User Ratings (Based on 5 reviews)

2.9115
Food 3.0 Value 2.4
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 2.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 750-3270
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11:30am-11pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-12am
Serves:
Dinner
Features:
Accepts Credit Cards, Online Reservations, Romantic, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Il Mulino

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/18/2015

    Great food and service

    My friend and I decided to have lunch there today and everything was top quality. The parmesan cheese, the mozzarella, the ravioli, the truffle coated pasta, and the Panulirus argus or Caribbean lobster were simply amazing. The atmosphere was very romantic and perfect for our relationship. Great work by staff.

  • Il Mulino

    Posted by anonymous on 09/03/2013

    Not recommended

    Disappointing experience in every sense! Came here for my birthday dinner after having 3 excellent experiences at the downtown location - I dont know how this is even called the same restaurant. The service -poor. The waiter literally said to me "Did you read the menu?" when I asked for a clarification. We asked for bruschetta 3 times before someone finally slapped a plate in front of us of just tomatoes - none of the bread. The food - the pasta that I remember so fondly from the village location was now tasteless, chewy, inedible. The chicken was bland and unmemorable. The experience - my husband and I were seated and out of there in less than an hour. There are so many amazing restaurants in New York - you would do better at any of them over this!

  • Il Mulino

    Posted by anonymous on 02/26/2013

    Poor service

    I've never written a restaurant review (let alone a bad one), but after dining at many of the cities finest restaurants, I can say that this Maitre D' almost ruined the experience. (Thank goodness for the good company I was in). After telling us he needed the table back at 8 (for a 6:30 reservation where they did not even seat us right away), he proceeded to deliver sarcasm and a horrific attitude when we asked if we had time for dessert. He was extremely disrespectful to us in a way that was unclassy, and that I have never experienced in 7 years of fine dining in NYC. Otherwise, waiters were nice (it's not their fault after all), and food was good. But, if you want good Italian and a good attitude, you aren't missing out if you go elsewhere.

  • Il Mulino

    Posted by BY on 02/23/2013

    Best Italian in the City

    Yes, it's expensive but it's amazing. The owners figured out how to replicate downtown in a sleek and modern atmosphere. Simply a must and you will certainly spot some big names dining there.

  • Il Mulino

    Posted by john on 01/01/2013

    Overpriced and inedible

    First they start you off with a few free things a little parm cheese and bread there was so much garlic in the bread that dracula in his grace was turning over theres about 5 items on the menu the rest are specials yeah there special alright ravioli for $50 for about 10 small pieces all the food is so so so bad drowned in garlic i dont know why people think its cool to go here to be drowned in garlic. It's also very overpriced. Do yourself a favour go down the block, grab a slice of pizza somewhere and be so very happy p.s there is no atmosphere at all here four bare walls

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