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Posted by Christine on 11/21/2006
I was at Italianissimo for dinner last night with a friend. The food was superb and the service was fantastic. Our waiter was very knowledgable of the menu and did not rush us. The banana and strawberry flambe was to die for.
Posted by musicchick00 on 09/02/2006
Been here about 5 times and never been disappointed. My boyfriend and I have decided that it's our favorite restaurant in NYC. EXCELLENT service by knowledgeable waiters who are always friendly and funny, cozy, romantic atmosphere, and amazing food and wine selections. A little pricey, but well worth it.
Posted by Anonymous! on 03/14/2006
Have been here twice. It is a wonderful and a romantic restaurant with a nice details on the table (beautiful fresh flowers, nice candlelights, shine glasses); great and friendly service, excellent quality food, amazing show to serve the "banana flambee" dessert, and the most important thing, it has really good prices. It is an excellent Italian Restaurant in the Upper East Side.
Posted by anonymous on 01/25/2006
Really niece, quite and romantic restaurant. Excellent italian food, good prices, everything fresh, and delicious desserts. The workers are so friendly. It was a really nice night!
Posted by nocooking on 11/12/2005
While the place is cozy, it is so dark you cannot see your food. In addition, it was about 100 degrees there one Friday night. In terms of the food, the vongole al forno (clams oreganatta) were a bit tough and dry. The rollatine di melanzane (rolled eggplant) was good, though, and the vegetables in the spaghetti alla primavera were fresh and al dente. The broccoli rape was delicious. The bread, by the way, was stale. It was so hot and dark that the evening was unpleasant.
Posted by anonymous on 10/28/2005
Five star not exactly! Food is decent compare to others I tried but, when it comes to reserving a table, you don't get what you want, I can never get the the window one. It's ok.
Posted by anony2 on 10/07/2005
A nice neighborhood find if you don't mind the high prices for the upper east side. Get a special and don't ask how much it just cost you until you have had a few glasses of wine because you will need to rub your eyes and ask, "Am I at Il Mulino?" Still, it is a quaint little restaurant where they excel in pasta dishes. The food is served piping hot. The atmosphere is fine, but quiet. Overall, in the land of Italian restaurants of the upper east side, this is clearly one of the better ones.