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Posted by Ricardo613 on 04/08/2008
I'm of Italian descent and Il Sole is in no way shape or form an Italian restaurant. My wife and tried it since we live close by, but we will not be going back.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/24/2008
My family and i went to Il Sole for Easter and it was great. We were a very large party and the waitress did not seem annoyed at all while we were there. The white sangria wasn't very strong, but the red was pretty good. we had about 5 different dishes and all of the plates were empty by the end. the appetizers were good, nothing out of this world. the seafood combo plate had all types of seafood and everything tasted fresh. there were little kids there (age 3-9) and the restaurant accomodated with paper cups and small plates. everyone from the kids, to the teens, 20's and our parents enjoyed the atmosphere, the food and the service. After a few pitchers of sangria we got one on the house. overall, great place. We've already made reservations for next year! and i'm sure i'll be back before then.
Posted by Sunshine on 03/15/2008
Went with my boyfriend for dinner on a Friday night after a few friends recommended Il Sole's food and sangria. The restaurant has an odd decor..combination of animal print upholstery, sleek city dim lighting in the front area, but harsh flourescent lighting above the very rear large dining table. Sangria was ultra-sweet, darn near syrupy. Ordered the grilled portabello mushrooms to start. Overcooked and I could tell the mushrooms were not the freshest. As an entree my boyfriend had the orange salmon (which surprisingly was quite good). I had the linguini with clam sauce...nothing Italian about it. In fact it was exactly what I worried it might be, dominican style spaghetti (overdone & mushy) in a spanish flavored tomato sauce. Again, the clams were overdone....tough and chewy. If you like spanish style pasta this place may work for you. As for Il Sole toting themselves as an Italian spot....not even close.
Posted by luv to luv on 03/06/2008
I just moved in the neighborhood and decided to check this place out since i was in the mood for Italian food. I am Italian descent and all I have to say is that their food is no where near Italian, needless to say I was very disappointed.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2008
I ate at Il Sole on Saturday night with my boyfriend. There were a few other tables occupied. We ordered clams as an appetizer and then margharit pizza and calamari salad. The clams were sandy. The pizza was not good. There was about a pound and a half of cheese half melted on this raw dough, and the calamari salad had no taste at all. It was like eating lettuce with no dressing. I couldn't believe how bad everything was. We ate almost nothing and the waiter didn't even ask if anything was wrong. He just brought the check and we left.
Posted by CaramiaAgain on 11/14/2007
Went again for a few drinks and appetizers. Hubby said his flavored mojito (can't remember what flavor it was, not mint) was weak. So weak he finished my margarita, which I thought was good. We had mussels, calamari & cheese sticks. The mussels, for the first time ever, were in a flat plate. In all my yrs as many times that I've ordered them, I've always had them served in a LARGE bowl. SI think Il Sole needs to not be so cheap and serve more mussels. Thank God the taste was good. Good enough to order twice, but because they were so few. We also had calamari twice. The first time they were tasteless. For the 2nd order, we told the waiter to ask the chef if he can season them. The 2nd batch had salt added. :-/
Posted by Caramia on 10/15/2007
Glad to see this type of restaurant in Inwood. Went w/my 2 yr. and had the food accommodated for him which was very nice. The food was good. The fried calamari opener was very tasty and the glass of wine was nice and big. I'd go again.