Food very ordinary...locals don't go there...restaurant has musty odor...much better choices for good food....don;t expct to be wowed
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I have eaten at Millano's more than once. The service is great, the restaurant is centrally located, easy to find. I especially enjoy the broiled flounder. Really well prepared. Better than any I've ever had.
We stopped here after a day in Colonial Williamsburg. It was a little dated inside, but we were instantly greeted by very friendly staff. Our orders were taken instantly and our waitress was very friendly. The soup and salad bar was great. The soup was...More
Arriving in Williamsburg, our family was famished. The kids wanted Italian food - pizza and pasta. So we ventured out and found Milano's. Upon entering, we were greeted by a young man and seated. The restaurant looked very dated , dark walls , heavy dark...More
This is a nice, moderately priced restaurant. Service was good and the food was fresh and well prepared. It's nice to support a non-chain local restaurant. Salad bar is good and the bread was fresh and warm. Go, you'll like it!
Excellent food and good service. Price was very good. Also had some excellent Italian beer. Would definitely eat here again. Can't give it 5/5 because the salad bar was not very good, and some of the things on it needed to be replaced, but otherwise...More
I walked in with my family. We were greeted with kindness. we sat down and were given the menus. we ordered. .shortly, we received warm bread ..we then received our meals, Our waitress was on the job constantly..Always attentive to our beverages and bread wants...The...More
Friendly, attentive staff and a first rate dining experience. Soup and salad bar were great, featuring a variety of fresh ingredients. The house pizza and the chicken piccata w/fettuccine alfredo were delicious. The house chianti was a good value, too. The decor is charming, a...More
I was very happy with the serice staff at this establishment and very nicely surprised at the nice salad they served and the wonderful taste of their soup as well as their main course of spaghetti and veal cutlet parm.