20 Lough Boy, Mell Drogheda, Drogheda
Borzalino Restaurant reviewsSubmit a review
Reviewed 10th February 2018 (visited 9 February 2018 )
The service was good, with friendly service. The food was terrible. My pizza Birzaluno tasted of nothing except old mushroom. Couldn't taste tomato sauce or anything else. The salami tasted oily and old. Mutt partner's Pizza Toto (mozzarella and pepperoni) was overpowered by the taste of cheap oily meat. The cheese was more yellow than the usual white of mozarella; tasted like cheddar. I was hungry and ate it and so felt it was reasonable to pay because I'd eaten it. The cashier asked if everything had been ok but was so clearly disinterested that I paused, thought about it, then shrugged. She nodded and gave me the bill. Truly awful food. I'll never go back.
Reviewed 01st February 2014 (visited 31 January 2014 )
Excellent food and service. Each time we go to Borzalinos we go with our two children and they are always welcomed with a friendly genuine smile. Food is delicious and we always have room for the tasty desserts. Lovely relaxed setting too- a hidden gem
Reviewed 08th September 2012 (visited 16 August 2012 )
A hidden gem in drogheda, we weren't sure what to expect when we arrived but the inside was nice and the staff were friendly and helpful! We thought it was very good value and thoroughly enjoyed our food. My husband and I had three courses; all of which arrived in good time, hot, fresh and very tasty! :-)
Reviewed 06th November 2011 (visited 4 November 2011 )
Service good and friendly staff. Food not nice overcooked Salmon, tough Steak, chicken overcooked, menu too big to try and cook food fresh. Disappointing with 3 out of 4 of us not enjoying the food. Will not be going again.
Reviewed 17th June 2010 (visited 22 May 2010 )
myself and my boyfriend came here last minute on saturday evening as we had heard good things. The place was packed when we arrived so we went in. We were seated quickly and on looking menu I went for Brushetta and my boyfriend went for Caprese both of which were very nice. For mains I got Creamy tomato sauce with chorizo and mushrooms which was a very large portion and was ok, my partner got carbonara and a pizza becuase he was very hungry, unfortunately the pizza was soggy and his pasta was nice. Overall it was a good experience but i would fault the restauarant on value for money as were not told of specials which I then heard another waitress telling a different table and then the pizza wasn't great. I woudl return as this was my first visit but would hope for some specials to be available as otherwise it was too expensive for what it was.
Reviewed 01st September 2009 (visited 27 August 2009 )
The food here is wonderful. A great Italian restaurant. I couldn't fault it for anything, food service, price, parking etc all great.
Reviewed 10th April 2009 (visited 18 March 2009 )
We were heading back to Dundalk from Dublin and had hear it was a good spot. They were not wrong. Easy parking. Lovely atmosphere, Great staff, Fantastic food and amazing prices. You can ring and preorder a selection of dishes, pizza and pasta dishes for takeout. Really would recommend the pizza!
Reviewed 09th February 2009 (visited 5 February 2009 )
I was last here about 5yrs ago and hated it. BUT I went back on Thursday last for a friends birthday and was astounded by the menu and the quality of the Ingredients. It has to be the only place I've been outside Dublin where the pasta portions are edible. The service was timely and efficient. With Pizza running around 12 euro it's excellent value. Give it a try you won't be disappointed.