The waiter is unfriendly. You wait more than 15minutes until he comes to ask the order. We were on the 1st floor. Also found hair on the pizza dough.
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We dined here our first night in Milan. The restaurant was on a main street and we could sit outside. We had the four cheese gnocchi which almost looked like a soup and the panna pollo pasta with very little chicken. A glass of wine...More
I had to wait quite a long time before they could sit me, but the food turned out to be quite ordinary. To be honest, I am not sure if they know how to handle risotto properly. They are lucky to be well-situated, with the...More
Myself and my partner walked by this restaurant, it was busy and had an atmosphere. For a restaurant in the Duomo it was reasonably priced compared to many. My husband ordered a seafood pizza which came with 3 olives and small traces of tuna over...More
Busy place, good menu, slow service, had to ask 3 times for our check. Prices on the high side probably due to location.Good wine selection. Only complaint- smoking is allowed in enclosed glass area on street. As a non smoker, that made the atmosphere unpleasant...More
Don’t be fooled by how it looks, they are deceiving! After much walking we stopped here looked lovely & busy but that is all that was lovely. We had a mozzarella salad 4 small pieces of mozzarella & just 2 olives for €14 !! Lasagne...More
Very inattentive service. Definitively a tourist trap. Try to find another place to eat in Milan. We waited 45 minutes to get a Pasta Pomodoro and a Pizza which were not very tasteful.
I wrote an article on how bad this restaurant was when we visited in late August 2017, but adding insult to injury I didn't notice till I got my credit card bill that they significantly overcharged me. The bill was 85 Euro and by my...More
What a tourist trap! - the food is tasteless - the seats are small and cheap - the service is lacking and is upset about doing anything We had a pizza that was tasteless, it was wet and not even done, then we got a...More
We were tired after a long day of walking and shopping. All we wanted was to do was stop for an afternoon sundowner before we went home. Mercanti Cafe gladly received us and brought us our drinks. The price was a bit expensive but the...More