20-22 Fairbridge Street, Middlesbrough, Cleveland, TS1 5DJ
- Tel: 01642 868566
Authentic Italian cuisine in Middlesborough Established since 1996, Eliano's Brasserie brings authentic Italian cusine to Middlesborough.
Situated on Fairbridge Street, just off Linthorpe Road, our intimate setting is the perfect location for a mouthwatering meal with friends, family or a loved one. Eliano's has built up a reputation for providing fresh, seasonal produce in a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere.
Our chefs, headed by father and son team, Eliano and Gianni, will serve you up the finest dishes from all around Italy, both traditional and modern and including our Sardinian and Calabrese specialities.
When you reserve your table at Elaino's Brasserie it is yours for the full evening. That way, you can truly enjoy your meal without being rushed into leaving.
Authentic Italian food
Fully licensed bar
Regular menu changes
Everything is cooked fresh to order
Excellent value for money
Restaurant available for hire
Takeaway service on pasta and pizzas
20% student discount on à la carte
Our current partners include:
The Gourmet Society
Hi-Life Diners Card
The Times Magazine
The Daily Mail
Services and products
- Vegetarian Dishes
Provided by The Local Data Company
Hot for italian food
12/09/2008 by Champishere
Elianos is located in a nice decent area,I personally think the area it is in is good.I find the food here to be quite good,I came here with my aunty last week for a treat. We decided to get some italian pizzas and also got some pasta dishes.The sauces they had for the pasta were really nice,I liked the pasta a lot and i liked it more than the pizza.We was treated well by the staff who got our drinks really quick as well. The enviroment overall was good and we are both happy we came here to eat.Report this
An inconsistent restaurant
03/09/2008 by SilkyWays
Eliano's is situated behind Lindthorpe road, opposite to where the post office used to be, next to the taxi ranks near Woolworth's. It's a cosy little place, with cute little tables and a rustic atmoshpere. It is not visible from the main road so it's usually more quiet than it should be but that can work to your advantage on a Friday and Saturday night that you haven't booked a table anywhere else. The menu is very good. Great selection of food, inspired by the owners that are in fact Italian (and that is so hard to come by nowadays). The specials can be genial at times. If you ever come across the chicken sausage stuffed with garlic and pistachios, go for it without a second thought, it's one of the most delicious things I have ever tasted). As far as cleanliness is concerned I have no complaints. Everything was spotless every time I have been there. What you have to look out for though, is the consistency in service. I have been to that restaurant 4 times and half of them the food was fantastic whereas the other two it just wasn't very good. I asked around and it appears the restaurant has two chefs. One of them unfortunately is a young girl (who I have met) that seems to have a few disorders that affect her work. One of thse 4 times I had to complain about my food (I normally just walk away and simply never go back) just to let them know that one of their chefs is bringing the whole restaurant down in standards. I ordered a tenderloin pork dish with fennel and various other herbs and vegetables. My first shock was when I saw the amount of meat I got. It was literally enough for 3 people and that is unusual for the restaurant. The second shock was when my vegetarian friend asked me if I could smell the meat in her dish and I realised it was mine that smelled so much, I was worried it would put off the other customers around me. And when I tasted it, it was bland and rubbery. Really quite awful. So when I politely said I wasn't happy with it and explained I wasn't asking for my money back, I simply wanted to let them know their standards were slipping due to inconsistency in food quality, I was told it must be me and I must be having an 'off day'. I did not appreciate being treated like this when I was spending my well earned money there so I have never gone back. Saying that, the owners seem to be different as much as the food is. I have met the Italian owner and we were talking for half an hour straight. She was quite a nice lady with peole skills so once more you can see the contradiction in this business. I would advise you to give it a go during happy hour (lunchtime weekdays) since it's a gamble what you will get and it's best not to pay a lot of money if you get the inexperienced chef.Report this
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