Milano (Dun Laoghaire) restaurant

1 Harbour Square, Crofton Road, Dun Laoghaire

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109 reviews

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CAPACITY
130 people

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CUISINES
Healthy Eating, Italian, Kid's Menu, Pizzeria

FACILITIES

Accept major credit cards Coeliac options available Will accept party bookings Will cater for children Take away service Veggie options available Wine Only Terraced dining area Wheelchair Accessible Member of Restaurant Association of Ireland

Milano (Dun Laoghaire) reviews

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imeldamurray1498946578
Dublin
9 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:45%

Reviewed 27th July 2014 (visited 23 July 2014 )

Food here used to be good.service was messy,unorganised and embarrassing .staff had no communication.3people asked us if we wanted desert,said yes no one came near us with menus.every table there seemed to have some problem.it was cringe worthy how bad the teenage services was.every Milano's has gone downhill recently

dubmollie
Dublin
34 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:40%

Reviewed 29th May 2014 (visited 21 May 2014 )

We come here regularly with our two year old son and find it generally good food, service and good value for money. I think it might be a little expensive for what it is. Our son loves it and loves watching the chefs make the pizzas. Restrooms need more attention.

diver
Dublin
98 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:25%

Reviewed 10th May 2014 (visited 8 May 2014 )

I read the reviews so I was a little dubious about coming here, but my friend needed to have the gluten free base, so we decided to give it a go. The pizza was nice, although for a chicken pizza, there was very little chicken! The gluten free pizza was tasty but very small in comparison to mine. I think the prices are way too high for what you get. I won't be rushing back.

mikeeboy
Dublin
13 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:37%

Reviewed 03rd February 2014 (visited 1 February 2014 )

Took my wife to Milano's on Saturday night for something to eat. we both regretted it! The restaurant was not busy and was at maybe 50% capacity at most. The service was extremely slow and the waiter/s didnt seem too fussed about how long we were waiting. We ordered starters and a pizza each. The starter came after around 20 minutes. Then we were left waiting with finished plates for at least another 20 minutes. At this point I was up looking for the waiter, who appeared bothered by my disturbing his conversation with a colleague. I brought the experience up with management/supervisor who showed little interest in remedying the issue Unfortunately the service was so bad that it overwhelmed the experience and I cant even comment on the food.

Caroline37331923
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:30%

Reviewed 08th December 2013 (visited 8 December 2013 )

Seven of us went to Milan's today and it was just awful. The food was tasteless. All of it. We were extremely disappointed. We could not believe the state of the toilets - male and female. When I told the manager he didn't seem to give a dam. None of us will ever go again. EVER!

aussiefoodie
Dublin
39 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:25%

Reviewed 20th October 2013 (visited 20 October 2013 )

At our 9 year old daughters recommendation (she'd been to a birthday party a few weeks ago) we popped in for lunch. While the restaurant was quiet (maybe we were early?) we had a really enjoyable time. Very impressed with the menu, especially for those people with special dietary requirements, such a gluten free and vegetarian. Great offering of pizza toppings, salads and calzones. The kids menu was one of the most extensive and interesting we've seen for a long time (both here and in UK) and priced well. My salad was delicious. Husbands pizza scrumptious. Good coffee too. Ticks all the boxes for us.

Smookie
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 13th August 2013 (visited 12 August 2013 )

We had our 10 yr old sons birthday party here yesterday. The staff were excellent even when faced with 12 noisy boys. Our nicoise salads were very good, they made a spinach& spicy salami pizza for my eldest son (even though it wasnt on the menu) which looked great and he said was delicious. The 10 yr olds shared 7 pizzas between them ( margheritas & pepperonis) and some garlic bread all of which came very promptly & were gobbled up. The waiter helped us cut the pizzas & kept a constant supply of water jugs flowing efficiently to the table. Milanos let us bring our own cake and provided plates and cutlery to serve it. It was incredible value for anyone thinking of hosting a kids birthday party. For those who complain this place is too expensive just go to www.milano.ie and print out/send to smartphone the 25% discount voucher. A big bonus was the outside area where the kids had the best fun running around playing tag. All round excellent value and service from Evelin and her well trained waiters.

RetiredGent
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 03rd August 2013 (visited 28 July 2013 )

Lately I've posted a couple of unfavourable reviews about some restaurants but they pale into utter insignificance compared to the bad experience my wife and I had in Milano, Dun Laoghaire yesterday. This was our second visit to this establishment, our first being about 4 months ago. I was hoping that the passage of time would improve our experience - if anything it was worse! Where do I start? I'll keep it short and simple - The food is awful! Shockingly so. Not only is it awful, it is also vastly overpriced for what it purports to be. What we had was well overdone in the cooking. The seating area is not in the least appealing and nobody seems to think it important to clear dirty dishes from unoccupied tables. The torrential rain was particularly bad yesterday, just before and during our time in Milano and that's the only reason we didn't walk out when we were given our menus, which were quite basic and limited. Unfortunately we stayed and ordered Dough Balls and Bruschetta Funghi for starters and two pizzas for main courses. All our food was very bad quality and badly presented. We also ordered a glass of red wine and a large beer - I suppose you can't go too wrong with them so thankfully they were OK (I suspect so because they weren't produced on the premises). The worst shock was the €53.90 bill. This was absolutely outrageous and I'm still wondering how Milano can justify these disgraceful prices in the present economy. This place tries to pass itself off as an "Italian" restaurant. Well it fails miserably on that score. I would advise all to give this establishment a wide berth. It is just not up to contemporary standards. There is far better quality and far better value out there. I have to admit I'm really annoyed at myself for allowing us to be caught out by this bad experience. I can guarantee it won't happen again because we won't be back to Milano. And if Milano continues along this road it is surely headed towards an ignominious end!

vivistone
Dublin
43 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:47%

Reviewed 04th July 2013 (visited 3 July 2013 )

Went for pizza after movies with Hi-life card, food is good and staff is very friendly, bit overpriced for some selection of pizza, around 16 € for a Rustichella is way too much, place was full and people were coming in at 22.30, very popular and convenient location.

CatherineB
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 22nd April 2013 (visited 22 April 2013 )

Great staff, very friendly and helpful. The Manager lent me his mobile phone to send an urgent email. love the food, especially the new Leggera pizzas.

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