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Milano Restaurant

594 New Loudon Rd. (Springwood Manor Dr.) Send to Phone
Northern Italian grilled fare in a bistro setting.
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Milano Restaurant Restaurant Review

: This is the original place in Daniel Darves' trio of restaurants (others are in Guilderland and Lake Placid), dating to 1996. Its wood-fired open kitchen turns out everything from individual specialty pizzas to Northern Italian grilled meats and seafood. The mood is set by a matte black exposed-pipe ceiling, cherry wood floors, granite-topped tables and a mirrored wall, all accented by four-foot-high amphora urns. The curved Euro bar was expanded to ring in 2011. Typical fare includes pollo ripieno (chicken breast stuffed with spinach, bell peppers, cheese and herbs), imaginative soups such as apple-zucchini-curry, and braised veal stew with forest mushroom-stuffed tortellini, chanterelle mushrooms and green peas in a truffle cream sauce. Coconut crème brûlée and chocolate mousse bombe are typical desserts.

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Milano mistake
by El Duque on Sat Feb 04, 2012 3:00 pm
 
Flew into Albany for the Union-Colgate game. Milano was recommended for a post game supper as we were staying at the Marriott. Arrived around ten. Not very crowded. Some tables not even cleared. Ordered a drink which was an unimpressive measure. Seafood chowder was pitiful. Halibut was a paltry and unimpressive offering. Around the table reaction was similar. Milano terribly overrated. Finally nothing more offensive than clearing settings of vacant tables ,spraying cleaner, and placing chairs on the table tops while diners still present. Milano may appeal to the swells of Loudonville but it is a second rate restaurant. At least Union won!
 
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