One of the tastiest dinners that we had in St. Augustine was at Amici Italian Restaurant. My daughters, Blake, and I arrived at Amici Restaurant and were seated in Cody’s section. The decor was a little dated, but it was comfortable and clean.
Amici Italian Restaurant Packs a Powerful Punch
We were greeted by our waiter and given a basket of bread with roasted garlic cloves and butter. Amici’s menu had a beautiful font, but with the dim lights and my middle-aged eyes, it was a bit hard to read. I had a hard time deciding what to order since a lot of my Italian food favorites were on the menu.
Our meal began with crisp House Salads and Minestrone Soup. I chose the house dressing, a creamy Italian, which was superb. The Minestrone was good as well.
The dinner entrées we chose were an adventurous (sense the sarcasm) Cheese Pizza, Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo, Veal Parmigiana, and Cheese Tortellini with basil cream sauce. My daughter Taylor said the pizza was “delicious” and Blake’s veal was succulent with a crust that melted in your mouth.
Mouth-Watering Main Dishes
My Cheese Tortellini was perfectly al dente and the flavorful basil sauce was a great accompaniment. I took a taste of the fettuccine alfredo and was wowed. It was right up there with the best I have ever had.
Amici Italian had a beautiful dessert tray but we were too full to partake in any. Most of the fellow patrons were not and had delicious plates in front of them.
A Foodie-Approved Offering in St. Augustine
Being a foodie, I was pleased with everything we ate at Amici Italian Restaurant. Our server was entertaining, friendly, and attentive. Our overall experience at the restaurant was an excellent one. Amici Italian Restaurant exceeded our expectations and we all left full and satisfied.
Amici offered me a discount for dining but all reviews and opinions are my own and are not biased.
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