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Overbearing service distracts from great food at Il Mulino

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Posted: Sunday, September 6, 2009 3:05 am

ATLANTIC CITY -The striped awning caught our attention, even as the whistles and bells of the slot machines forced our thoughts to drift away for just a minute. We had been to the Trattoria Il Mulino during the Atlantic City Restaurant Week and liked what we had seen and tasted and especially liked the casual family atmosphere. We were returning this night to the more formal restaurant, Il Mulino, expecting a classic Italian menu and service. Peering through the window into the dark and mysterious dining room, Il Mulino seemed to be exactly what we had hoped to find. The scene could have been set somewhere in any cosmopolitan Italian city with a couple of hungry diners searching for the perfect place to have a serious plate of pasta.

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