My friend, who lives in Milan, chose this restaurant for our meal on a Saturday night because it was advertised as offering gluten free options and I am gluten intolerant. I was really looking forward to it, knowing that they did gluten free pizza. When we arrived, the restaurant was busy and many people were queueing at the doorway. Staff were running about but noone seemed to be in charge. We announced ourselves, having booked, and were kept waiting by the door for 30 minutes. When we were seated, we were given one menu between three people and the menu did not have any gluten free options on it. (I later learned I should have asked for a separate menu). Staff continued to run past us, to the extent that each time someone ran by I felt a breeze on my neck. We managed to order an antipasti sharing platter for starter but by the time we had finished it, our drinks still hadn't arrived. I ordered a glass of wine but a bottle was brought. They took the bottle away and I was half way through my main course when the glass of wine arrived. No further drinks orders were taken. Service could not have been worse and the food was poor. I had a tagliata di manzo- one thing I could be sure was gluten free. The meat was tough and chewy. My husband had the escalope milanese and it came with no sides- just a big piece of dried breaded pork with little flavour. Paying the bill was quite an affair too. We had to go back to queueing at the desk by the door and pay there. I requested that the service charge was removed and said it had been an unpleasant evening. Little concern or interest was shown. Avoid on a Saturday night at all costs. Especially if you don't want to be surrounded by children. They were EVERYWHERE - including in an attended creche/ play area right outside the toilets. I had to practically climb over infants to use the loo. Dreadful
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