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Il Mulino

1042 Northern Blvd. (Searingtown Rd.) Send to Phone
516-621-1870 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Abruzzese cuisine is served family-style at this Italian chain.
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Cuisine
Open
Lunch Thurs.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sun.
Features
  • Dress code: Dressy
  • Full bar
  • Reservations suggested

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Il Mulino Restaurant Review

: With outposts in Miami and Las Vegas among others, brothers Gino and Fernando Masci, originally from the Abruzzo region of Italy, have replicated the original 1982 Greenwich Village décor at this outpost: plush carpeting, wrought iron chandeliers and tapestries for an old-world ambience sprinkled with a dose of the American dream. As guests are seated, waiters in formalwear will quickly approach the table offering typical Italian appetizers: tangy tomato bruschetta, slivers of fine Parmigiano-Reggiano, soggy fried zucchini, salame and even an insipid mussel. But the action heats up with the recitation of the daily specials and specialità della casa. Start with a simple caprese salad. Pasta choices range from fresh bucatini alla amatriciana to a porcini ravioli with the barest hint of truffle. The Il Mulino specialty is cappellini with a pancetta-spiked wild mushroom and truffle cream sauce. Veal is highlighted among main courses: skip the saltimbocca, which is less than extraordinary, in favor of the osso buco. An Italian-focused wine list offers regional options. A dessert sampler plate allows you to take small tastes of myriad options, including the house tiramisu.

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