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About Il Mulino Prime
Our modern steakhouse and Italian restaurant features inspired cuisine and choice cuts by Executive Chef Michele Mazza. Located in the heart of SoHo, Il Mulino Prime embraces the signature style and unparalleled service attributed to the success of Il Mulino New York.
Savor prime dry-aged meats and inspired Italian cuisine at our modern SoHo steakhouse. Sun-dappled by day and sophisticated by night, Il Mulino Prime is a versatile venue that is easily customized for any crowd or occasion.
New York, NY 10013
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Sunday 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Monday-Thursday, Sun 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Grand Street and West Broadway
$50 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
311 W Broadway ; Quik Park (212) 925-2539
360 W Broadway ; Vine Parking (212) 966-6774
Subways : ACE, 1, NQR and 6 to Canal Street.
Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Prime Steak Night - Wednesdays: $54 per person.
Il Mulino Prime Ratings and Reviews
Extremely disappointing. Everything about the experience was a hustle. They try to upsell you on everything in the most slick and sleezy way. Three waiters came by to "refill" our wine glasses before we even took sips, just so they could sell us another bottle. The glasses were practically overflowing. SLOW DOWN. Let us enjoy our meal. It was so uncomfortable. I love great service, but this was not great service. It was a con job. The pasta's were cold and the food was mediocre at best. We were there on a cold night and the restaurant was about 40 degrees. For $250 a person, please turn on the heat! Overall a pretty miserable experience. We will not return.
Very noisey restaurant, hard to have a conversation for a dinner with 4 people. The tables are small full of glasses and then they show up with very large plates for dinner. Obviously no space at all at the table and then the servsers look at you as if it is your fault. Also the pasta listed on the menu turns out to be an appetizer and not a main course (surprising given the high price and that they don’t clarify that better on the menu). They then say if you want it as a main course, they can serve a larger portion which we ended up doing. They significantly increased the price, we ended up paying $63 for a pasta as main course. When we commented on it after dinner, and asked whether a $63 pasta isn’t a bit over the top they looked at us as we are from a different planet. Obviously one of these restaurants which are totally overpriced vs the quality of food and service.
We were really disappointed in the meal. The bucatini that should have pancetta in it, had only cubes of fat. No meat pieces of pancetta at all, just literally fat cubes. It was awful. The truffle ravioli came out cold and very bland. The tuna tartare itself was decent but the toast it was served on was stale. The artichoke hearts were burned to a crisp. I was really sad that our meal was really that bad, I've been looking forward to coming here for a while. The space itself is very nice, the staff is amazing but the food was just awful. Good place to pop in for a glass of wine at the bar, but I'd leave it at that.
From the moment we arrived until the final goodbye, the experience was first rate. Servers were attentive but never hovering, very conducive lighting and ambience, the menu was excellent and the wine list superb. Every course was beautifully presented and at the perfect temperature and truly memorable.
The dining is a bit on the high priced side but at the end, we walked out feeling as if it was truly worth every dollar spent.
The food was very good, ambience inviting and the service extremely warm and welcoming. However, it was far too expensive for a casual Italian restaurant (even for NYC). The bill for my wife and I was a staggering $250 which included an $80 bottle of wine (they do include, at no additonal charge, a charcuterie board). There were a couple of other issues also. We were asked if we wanted sparking or still water and we indicated still. We were not asked if we wanted bottled water but when the bill arrived it contained a $9 charge for Panna bottled water. Outrageous! And the pastas on the menu are only appetizer portion which makes the prices seem reasonable, especially if you just want to order pasta. The pasta with seafood I ordered as an entree was about $42 ($20 as an appetizer as indicated on the menu). In short, nice restaurant but too expensive.
We met another couple for a Sunday lunch. It was early, so the restaurant was quite empty, which was nice for us. Two of us had the prix fixe offerings (salmon), and the other two ordered from the regular menu. We all had wine or a cocktail, all of which were good. They served nice breadsticks and other munchies prior to the meal, which went well with the drinks.
We were not rushed at all. The large windows looked out on the lower Manhattan streets, which allowed the diners to view people walking and enjoying their day. Overall, a very nice experience.
The dinner started bab. The bread was stale and I told the waiter. He took the bread away and that is it! Normally in a good restaurant the waiter would have excuse himself and brought back there best fresh bread they had.
When we arrived the first thing we were offered before the menu was the wine list. Wasn’t very cool.
Food was average for Italian . Sorry.
Till now only went here for their excellent value lunch. This eve we went for special steak dinner. Very generous spread. Superb amuses, decent portions and pretty good steak. One member had fish, which is always very fresh here. Service was very attentive and friendly. Noise level precludes conversation. Wine list a bit eccentric and limited.
Always a great experience from the impeccable service to the incredible food. Patriot the GM bent over backwards to insure that my girlfriend's birthday was as memorable as it was last year! He even printed out our Bruno Mars tickets for us! We will be back on our next visit to NY!
Meal was excellent as was the service but the entire experience was marred by loud music coming from the bar area. Our waiter literally had to stop trying to explain the specials 3 times because it could not be heard. Manager seemed oblivious to this until waiter finally in exasperation convinced him to turn down the volume.
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