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Written on: 19/06/2011 by anggaz (1 review written)
my husband and i really enjoyed our last visit ...last year. It was my husbands birthday again and i wanted to take him back as our last visit we really enjoyed. The food was very oily instead of a creamy sauce and my husbands steak was not done the way he asked (as last time but we didn't mind then) we had to ask for Italian music ...as it is an Italian restaurant ? The music was terrible....sounded like Oasis awful music playing... The toilets were dirty and not seen detergent for a long time… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2009
The Italian Job is the best restaurant with amazing dishes i ever had in all manchester… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2009 by chelbrfc (1 review written)
The Italian Job, Urmston is one of my favourite restaurants, great for a family meal or special occasions! gorgeous food, brilliant service, staff helpfull and friendly!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/07/2008
The Italian Job, Urmston is an excellent restaurant altogether! Big filling portions of food! Very generous!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/06/2008 by lozzamj (1 review written)
Inflexible, infuriating, reluctant to accommdate to the point I will say I have been going for years and will not be going back.
£5 deposit. I was told my 2 friends (a couple who have just had a new baby) who did not want to put down a deposit in case they had to back out could not be added on to the other 17 people who had paid deposits and if they did not attend deposit or not the group would be charged £10.
My friend argued with a waiter about a hair in her mushrooms. he said it was part… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/06/2008
Whether a meal for two, for the family or even a big event have always had great meals on one occasion we were not charged for the wine when i mentioned this as i went to pay the bill the manager said for my honesty it was on the house… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2008 by stubble38 (1 review written)
All 3 of us that went said we would difinitely NOT go again… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/02/2008
First time here, service was great, food was really good and tasty also extremley generous portions : ) Everything was lovely and we are definatly going there again. Will probably stay for the disco too this time !!
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Written on: 23/12/2007
Where are the opening times on The Italian Job website? Not immediately obvious, but so very important… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/09/2007 by danatom (1 review written)
The Italian Job in Urmston caters for large groups. Nice atmosphere downstairs and upstairs there is a disco after your meal, so no need to go anywhere else. Great if you are celebrating a special occasion. Be careful, I was overcharged by £15. Paid my bill at the end of the night so didn't really check it until the next day. As it was a large group booking didn't notice. When I went to book again, they were very apologetic and told me to mention it on the night and even made a note of it… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/12/2003 by spook (48 reviews written)
The Italian Job in Urmston always makes a nice meal. There is a typical range of pizzas, pastas and meat and fish dishes and they are accomodating to special diets. Generally you can have a 3 course meal with wine for around £20-25 per head. The atmosphere is always friendly and if you book in advance they do cater well for large groups… Read Full Review
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