Al Muretto (Mayo) restaurant
Tucker Street, Castlebar, Castlebar
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Reviewed 18th May 2015 (visited 16 May 2015 )
Worse meal ever. Cold place had to sit in. We had to sit with our coats on. Food awful. Service was ok. Rushed us in and out. Just wanted our money.
Reviewed 19th August 2014 (visited 18 August 2014 )
very busy Italian restaurant in the heart of castlebar all the usual menu offers for an Italian restaurant very friendly waiting staff, reasonably priced
Reviewed 09th June 2014 (visited 6 June 2014 )
Perfect as always
Reviewed 02nd March 2012 (visited 26 February 2012 )
The dining space in this restaurant is way too small for the amount of tables. One would be afraid to move incase you hit somebody at a table close by. The chefs try to create an atmosphere by shouting to one another while cooking in the dining area. The food was terrible and the wine was worse. My teak was impossible to cut let alone eat. I brought it to the attention of the waiter who had it changed and brought back another when the rest of my party were finished. The second steak was as bad as the first.
Reviewed 11th September 2011 (visited 6 August 2011 )
I love Al Murettos. Was here last month for a family do. I had the steak and it was devine. Cooked perfectly. My partner had the patte for a starter and is still talking about it. The house white wine is the best i ve had in any restaurant. Defo be back the next time im down west!!!!!
Reviewed 13th December 2010 (visited 11 December 2010 )
Had dinner here on Saturday night. It was fantastic, by far the best restaurant in Castlebar. The staff are frienly but not overly fussy. Had the bruschetta to start, a tomato pasta (the best I've had in ages) and home made proper italian ice cream for dessert. Highly recommend.
Reviewed 25th October 2010 (visited 24 October 2010 )
6 of us ate here for a 50th bitrthday party and nobody left disappointed, the place was hopping with people but luckily we had already booked a table and were sitted straight away, staff were very friendly and you felt like they would run to get whatever you wnated, the melon and parma ham was very fresh and juciy, the pate is to die for with a massive serving, the steak was cooked to perfection and was very tasty and the pasta was beautiful
Reviewed 18th October 2010 (visited 17 September 2010 )
This is my favourite place to eat in Castlebar, the service is attentive and friendly, sometimes even amusing. The food though is excellent, I love the open kitchen and the fact that nothing is hidden, the chefs are all proud of their food. The sauce with the chicken wings is the best in the west!