Lou Silluzio Children's
Ps if it wasn't for my stomach I would come every night 🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹😍😍😍
Walked in, sat down And tried to read the menu but the sun was glaring through the window so we tried to lower the window ...blind a little. One of the waiter started speaking in Italian, in a loud & angry voice while pointing at us as we tried to lower the window blind a little to block the blinding afternoon sun, so we could read the menu. He didn't bother to explain why he looked so upset and proceeded to speak angrily to his other workmate, obviously angry over a lowered blind. My visiting relatives were so shocked that they asked if I could them then it's because he couldn't read the menu clearly because it was very bright. The waitress who I asked had to ask the angry man and finally said "yes you can" with a sour face.
He then gave me the side eye & slight head tilt when I asked if we could place our order. Clearly still upset over the blind.
The second and third waiter ignored my "Excuse me, can we place an order please?"
When we finally managed to grab the cashier's attention,
Food was then served and as they cleared the table, I said "Thank you" to what seemed to be an empty space. It only take 3 "Thank you"s before I got a "Thank you" in return.
Finally when I went the cashier to paid the bill, just put the bill in front of me, I paid and he handed me the receipts. All done with NO EXCHANGE OF WORD.
No "Thank you"
No "How was your meal?"
He then just stood there and watched us left without saying anything.
I have had better service at the same place during dinner time and I was a bit reluctant to give a place that serves such a great food a 1-star review. But if this is how your service staff are going to treat me over lowering a window blind for the purpose of blocking the sunlight as window blinds are supposed to do, then I won't hold back.
It's such a shame that this one dining experience
My whole family and relatives were made so uncomforta
For the price that we paid, a forced "Thank you" and "Do you want any drinks?" seemed to be all they could force out of their arrogant mouths in return.
What is the point of serving good food when they come with a side of arrogance & rude service? It's sad how a dining experience
But best of all , you can order a ristretto and not have to explain what it is ��
PS. Even tho I was there on a Thursday nite (one of their busiest nights) myself and the gang at the table only had to wait 30-40 mins max. Most people seemed to be of Italian heritage. They have lineups outside too, of waiting to get a table.
The Main Street Mornington Festival is a springtime celebration of everything that's wonderful about Victoria's Mornington Peninsula.
DOC Mornington will have the Enoteca Sileno crew cooking up a delicious Riseria Ferron risotto and serving Birra Baladin Italian soft drinks..... join us this Sunday!