Il Mulino New York- Las Vegas offers the bold flavors, authentic preparations, and uncompromising quality of old world Italy in an elegant setting ... More
Il Mulino New York - Las Vegas
Il Mulino New York- Las Vegas offers the bold flavors, authentic preparations, and uncompromising quality of old world Italy in an elegant setting that is pure Las Vegas luxury. As you dine on our world-famous cuisine, enjoy the soft lighting of the wrought iron chandeliers in our grand dining room or the city's best view of the Strip from our private balcony. Il Mulino New York- Las Vegas will delight all of your senses. Dress Code is Dressy Elegant, Dress Code enforced No Shorts , sneakers or Athletic clothing.
I was quite disapointed in Il Mulino, especially after all the nice things I had heard about it. The food was good but nothing special while the prices made me expect something more than the usual italian fare.
The decor seemed nice. I'm saying seemed because the place is so dark, I could barely make out the walls! .. and we went for lunch so I can't imagine what happens late at night.
I went with my girlfriend, her daughter and the daughter's friend (both 14) and the waiter barely acknowledged them! I had to ask for more iced tea for her as the waiter just ignored her! The place is anything but kids-friendly.
Overpriced food. Not a place to bring children. Might be nice for romantic dinner but not for anything else. very disapointing
I have dinned at Il Mulino in NYC, Dallas, and Las Vegas. Dallas was the most gorgeous inside. Food and service is great at all. I do wish they would print the specials since there are so many of them and I do sometimes have trouble understanding some of italian accented waitstaff. However, they are the hardest working waitstaff I have ever encounter. Service is fantastic. The substantial prices cover the wonderful selection of antipasti you receive when you sit down and the large accomodating waitstaff. They seem to go out of their way to make your dining experience complete and special. And no, it is a place for adults, not kids. I like the low light...it matches the special place this restaurant is!
Not quite as good as the restaurant on 3rd St. in NYC, but still one of Las Vegas' best. Best time to go is a Sunday night. Everything is fresh, tasteful, and the staff can't do enough for you. Definitely in my Vegas' rotation.
The service was amazing and the food was excellent. Even though it is expensive, it is an incredible value, the portions are enormous, so you can easily share.
From the time we walked in until the time we left, we felt that the staff was extremely attentive.
I would highly recommend it.
Last week, a business trip brought me to Las Vegas and I had two independent dinner’s with brokers, both, coincidentally, at Il Mulino at Ceasar’s Palace.
One thing nice about Il Mulino, is that they seem to have an extensive selection of “specials” that are not on the menu, and these seem to change nightly. At least on the 2 consecutive night’s that I dined there.
We were promptly seated, and, the first thing that happens, is one of the bus boys comes by with a half-wheel of Parmiggiano Reggiano. He cuts huge hunks of this cheese and places them on our bread plates. The table has already been set with a plate of sliced sopresata and a dish of carmelized mushrooms in olive oil.
This is followed by another “amuse-Bouche” of bruschetta and a single, tiny, steamed mussel. Kid of odd, but, tasty. The table is also set with various breads and toasted garlic bread, much like a flat, round, crouton.
We started with a plate of raw oysters, longostino on risotto, and mushroom ravioli in a cream and black truffle sauce. All delicious, but, the pasta was outstanding. I’m not a huge fan of pasta. I usually consider this a necessary starch to accompany my protein. But, this was outstanding! The pasta had an amazing al dente texture and the creamy truffle sauce was one of the best I’ve tried.
For my main, I had an osso bucco, complete with a marrow fork. It was very good, and was accompanied by a truffled risotto and garlic-sautéed spinach. I ordered some broccoli rabe to go along with it to complete a nice meal. The very capable captain brought out a couple bottles of Bordello that went great with everything.
On the second night, I started with an eggplant dish that was wrapped around crab and shrimp meat, covered in cheese, and served in a mushroom sauce (they really like mushrooms here). We also ordered a carpaccio that was status quo, and a trio of pasta- Broad noodles in a carbonara of beef, pork and veal, potato gnocchi in a pesto sauce, and the mushroom ravioli with the truffled cream sauce. Just as the night before, the pastas were outstanding.
For my main, I had a house specialty- veal chop on the bone, stuffed with ham and cheese, and once again, in a wild mushroom sauce. Very good, but, by now, I’m stuffed and can’t finish it.
All thing’s considered, this was a very pleasant dining experience. The prices are on par with the quality, and the service is slightly slow, but, professional. Next time you’re in Vegas, give it a try.
My favorite part… Someone else picked up the tab. :)
I have dined and worked in many fine dining establishments. To pay $55.00 for a piece of bass with nothing else on the plate, just the bass and a piece of lemon is ridiculous. Service was slow but expected. Would probably never go back. So unfortunate because it is a beautiful restaurant!
It was better in New York. They were a little busy that night and the service was only ok. The breads were terrific and and entrees were good. We all ordered something different and shared the food. The pasta was very good but, everything was too pricey. Too dark inside but, I guess they like that. Hard to find it in the corner of the top floor of the new addition. We chose to try somewhere else for dessert so, I can't comment on the dessert.
We were looking forward to an elegant dinner and the restaurant had been recommended by friends. We were dressed appropriately (after five). The head waiter was quite condescending to both of us - when he told us he would be our wine steward as well as head waiter. He snubbed his nose at our choice of wine, and didn't want to taste it for us. (chianti, which was way overpriced). The food was good, but not worth the price. The assistant waiter was quite pleasant and gave us plenty of attention. Don't go unless you just want to pay out the nose for pasta. We have eaten in some of the best places in Dallas, and Las Vegas and this wasn't one of them.......
we were looking for a good italian restaurant and the cab driver sent us to il mulino... amazing food and service, in all the restaurant there was just a beautiful charming italian guy, pasqual. we got him fortunally he was amazing. if u will go there ask for him he is amazing the best!!! u gonna be impressive of all the food they give to u , since u got in that door until u leave. a little expensive but it is the best in vegas.