New York Times Review. WORTH IT!
“Rediscovering the Art of Classic Details – Diners missing the serenity and Old World details once offered at the county’s high-end restaurants, many of which are now defunct, can rediscover some of those niceties at Il.”

It is said that you can judge an Italian by the quality of the tomato sauce, and Il Castello’s was rife with flavor.
As far as service: in a word, wow! old-fashioned techniques which charm and impress. There are fewer and fewer restaurants nowadays where your waiter will prepare a Caesar salad or expertly debone a fish tableside. Il Castello is one of them—and it’s better for it.

A “steady place you can count on”, this “slightly upscale” Mamaroneck Italian offers a “wonderful selection” of “dependable” dishes coupled with a “great” wine selection; though “small and packed”, the vibe is “welcoming” and service is “attentive and prompt” – just a few reasons why fans “love it” and have “been back many times.”