The best thing about the restaurant is the fact is serves Peroni on draught.
Very nice little setting, seating for around 50, lovely authentic Italian feel to it, don't think we had a 'Luigi' as a chef, more like a 'Leonard' who'd probably not been cooking Italian food very long.
Our meal was average at best, garlic bread with chilli starter was just ok, followed by our mains.
The Mrs had a pasta dish, plain and simple, I opted for a Vesuvius pizza, expecting it to be hot and full of chillies... It had anything but a kick to it with virtually no chillies at all, it did however have a sliced tomato spread all over it, if I'd have ordered a tomato pizza I'd be writing a brilliant review on here, sadly I'm not, Amico's will not be on my future food radar..
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