Considering that this restaurant is located far away from any Italian enclave, the food is very authentic and quite good. We've been to Amalfi's dozens of times and have never had a bad meal. The menu has a lot of variety so there's bound to be something that appeals to everyone. Don't expect innovation; this is just good Italian family food. The fare tends toward the Neapolitan but there are some white dishes if you prefer that. The lasagna is excellent. I also love the eggplant parm, the veal parm, and the fettucine alfredo. I don't think the pasta is homemade but I probably wouldn't know the difference. Amalfi's yeast rolls are very tasty. The side salads are a little small, however. The prices are a good value but not rock-bottom cheap. If you are dining at peak times you should expect crowds and a wait of up to 45 minutes to be seated. The interior decor is pleasingly Italianesque but the place is busy with steady take-out traffic and a lot of customer buzz, so don't expect a romantic experience. Service is usually good but we seldom see the same waitperson twice, and have occasionally had lengthy delays between ordering and receiving our meal. (DISCLAIMER: I have never ordered their pizza. I believe that if you are going out for a sit-down dinner you should treat yourself to a more complete meal.)
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