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About Il Mulino New York - Long Island
Nestled between Manhattan's bustling streets and the Hamptons' beach scene, Il Mulino New York’s Long Island outpost defines classic Italian cuisine. Enjoy elegantly prepared dishes served with impeccable service.
Roslyn, NY 11576
Hours of Operation:
LUNCH THU and FRI 12:00PM - 2:30PM
DINNER MON - THU 5:00PM - 10:00PM
FRI and SAT 5:00PM - 11:00PM
SUN 4:00PM - 10:00PM
$50 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Private dining & exquisite catering at every level.
Manhasset or Port Washington LIRR
Private Party Facilities:
Il Mulino New York, located at 1042 Northern Blvd. in Roslyn, is open for lunch Thursday and Friday, and for dinner seven nights per week.
There are 2 private dining areas available for private parties, such as birthdays, anniversaries, showers, engagements, or corporate functions.
Banquet, Beer, Full Bar, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Sunday Supper: 4 course prix fixe, $39 per person. Kids under 13, $20.
Mare Night - Thursdays - Seafood Night: family style, 4 course prix fixe, $49 per person.
Il Mulino New York - Long Island Ratings and Reviews
We have been going to Il Mulino for over a decade for apeciak occasions specifically my husband’s bday since its the day before Christmas Eve. This year we took our three daughters bc they are old enough to act properly and they did fine. The service was good as always but a bit slow. The biggest disappointment was the food. We ordered three specials and one carbonara pasta which is usually amazing and wasn’t incredibly greasy and fatty. I was very surprised as we have always loved going there. Im not sure we will spend that kind of money again with the food not being what it used to be.
My wife and I had a great time at Il Mulino. We have been planning to dine there for so long, but never had the time. Then we finally had a chance to go and had Sunday supper. The trip was sooo worth it. The food is amazing! The ambiance is great. The service is excellent and attentive. I think my wife and I have found our new go to Italian restaurant.
Not what it used to be. This restaurant maintains none of its former quality, while still charging astronomical (for Long Island) prices. My risotto was severely overcooked, while my wife’s fish was full of bones. To make matters worse, they presented her whole fish at the table, prior to allegedly filleting it. Unfortunately, they returned with her filet within 30 seconds. No one could filet and present a piece of fish that quickly. I honestly found the charade to be insulting. We’ve eaten here a number of times in the past. We won’t be returning. There is much better quality, for the money, at other Long Island restaurants.
Please don’t offer lemoncello to the table next to us without asking us as well. We have dined here many times and feel the service just was not on par with the usually stellar service we’ve received in the past. Disappointing experience.
Been here many times over the years. I used to visit the original Manhattan restaurant. The original was more expensive but the it was worth every penny. Our food was fair, our service was fair. There was nothing to really speak about, we could have gone to any Italian restaurant in the area and had food of equal or better quality for half the cost. $17.00 & $19.00 for a drink, and Ok service , you can keep this place.
The meal was great until dessert. That is when the server gave my wife a dessert with nuts after we explained her allergy three times VERY clearly. We spoke to the manager who offered to take care of us NEXT time. They should have done more for a $300+ dinner where my wife would have been in the hospital. There won’t be a “next time”
This time around the service was poor, and the seating odd (next to waiter computer - and staff kept reaching over us to grab wine glasses and decanters). Head waiter did come over to offer a half-apology, and café on them, but then of course we were charge for such! But food was still good...just be careful where you sit, and don't expect any mistakes to be taken care of.
Lovely restaurant and authentic Italian elegant cuisine.
The lighting was a bit dim. I could not see my food or the menu fully.
They took the romantic aura a bit too far.
Fabulous service and the best pasta that I ever had -- better
than the one in the City even.
Il Mulino has always been a fave going back 20 years or more to their Village location. Last night had Shrimp Fra Diavolo. Good, of course, but not up to their usual every bite a delight. Caesar salad just mediocre. Going in reverse order, free apps were outstanding. As was service.
Big Disappointment - went with the family, kids in their 20
s, the oil was oozing out of the free cruidites, the chicken breast w salad was bland, caesar salad was yucky, and the food was nothing special , no one loved their meal and it was expensive. Also, relatively quick meal, everything came fast, for that kind of money, they could have slowed down and let us dine, but we were all happy to leave
Worst of the worst. If you are not 65 years old or older or known by the waiters or at staff be prepared to be treated like crap. A hair in our food and our response is shrugged shoulders because I guess we aren't regulars or don't look like we belong. Never coming back again. Don't waste your time. Food however is awesome. Would rather go to the one in the city...
Il Mulino never fails to please. Although it is pricey, the cuisine is spectacular, the service impeccable. It can become a bit loud on a Saturday evening. Highly recommend the rack of lamb... a half rack is plenty even for a large appetite. The osso bucco is beyond, beyond. The wine list is comprehensive. Even the dessert was wonderful.
This was the first time having the Thursday night Seafood menu. Pros: good bread, branzino and dessert sampling. Cons: the servers flocked to our table like a swarm of buzzards. The trays missed my head by inches. It was not crowded at 7:30 PM and there were more servers than patrons. We barely sat down and our server asked us what we wanted to drink. I said we need to see the wine list. They come at you all at once with the bread tray, bruschetta, zucchini and cheese. This is a far cry from fine dining. The appetizers of calamari with salad and lobster ravioli were both average. My husband said the ravioli were gummy. Seafood in broth was a big nothing too. Assumed it came with squid ink linguini in a red sauce. The side veggies consisted of 3 spears of asparagus and a few boiled potatoes. Very average at best. This meal in no way compared to the first 2 times we were here. First having the regular menu and the 2nd time, the Sunday Supper. We both agreed that we were not thrilled with the whole experience and not quick to return. And of course you need a flashlight to read the menu. This restaurant is not romantic, it's just dark for no reason. Worth $49 per person and not a penny more.
I was there this past week and while the food was great everyone in our party of 5 felt that every time one of us asked for something we felt like we were bothering them. The service was not attentive at all. This is a well rated and very expensive restaurant. And while the food was delicious the service was not up to par
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