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“Good food”
Review of Cafe Amici

Cafe Amici
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$12 - US$44
Cuisines: Italian
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Reservations
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Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Reservations
Reviewed 27 December 2013

I had the fettuccine alfredo and it was really good. Large portions. It would have been better for dinner. I was tired after eating the large plate! I recommend it. I would go again.

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Thank Europabound
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Reviewed 8 December 2013

Looks like the reviews are skewed by crew coming off the cruise ships. This has the same owner as the Bone Fish 'across de road', but is nothing like as good. Lack of draft (English/Danish/etc.) beer is a major flaw. Service wasn't all that special, food only above average. It seems to be stuck into the same character as it's previous incarnation in this space - Beethovens. Maybe we'll try it again if we see some non-bottled beer appear.

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1  Thank Paul E
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Reviewed 18 November 2013

We decided on Amici as it was the only restaurant in Dockyard offering fresh Wahoo - a local fish specialty. What a lucky choice!
Ambience is OK, but the restaurant is part of a tourist shopping arcade and is relatively small. Service is superb with servers who are knowledgeable, friendly and efficient.
Food is also very good - in particular the wahoo was beautifully pan fried and well presented with salad and fries. Chicken wraps were good but rather dry. One thing to remember here is that Amici makes most of its money from US cruise ships disgorging their passengers into Dockyard. That requires portions to be offensively large for those used to European dining. Be prepared to leave food on the plate!
Choose a quiet day when there are no cruise ships moored up and settle back to enjoy a first class lunch.

Thank PiggyD
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Reviewed 11 October 2013 via mobile

End of season, but I will miss amici one of my fave resto in Bermuda...
Very friendly staff and there are always in smiling mode... Food is great... So relaxing place...

Thank Ginnnn
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Reviewed 4 October 2013 via mobile

What we experience in this place is the best., we been all over in bermuda for the whole season., but in amici we got whAt we looking for., food, service.,location,,, as a crew we need a nice place where we can relax littlebit while talking to our loveone back home.,while having some friendly service from the staff., and the most special is the food that they serve here at amici., i tried everything calamari., salad, pizza... And everything is so good, after meal a shot of limoncello... What a great stay at amici... Be back again for the next season... Crew love this place... Thank much guys..

Thank Hopkinnadia
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