Milano, Cork

Milano is located at the lower end of Oliver Plunkett Street in Cork. Check it out here. The street is pedestrianised during the day and construction works on nearby Parnell Place makes parking and accessibility more difficult. The nearby construction work will soon be finished and I think will have been well worth it. The main entrance to Milano is well ramped and the wheelchair accessible toilet is accessible. We shared doughballs and dips as a starter. Jean then had a Sloppy Giuseppe Pizza while I opted for a Legerra Salmon Salad. ImageThe service was friendly and efficient. All things taken into account I award Milano 5 stars on my Disabled Accessibility Scale. Well worth a visit.

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2 thoughts on “Milano, Cork

  1. Billie

    Will remember that next time I’m in Cork!

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