We were super disappointed!!! The food was quite good except the desserts they were terrible the Apple tart suppose to be worm but it was still frozen, we asked for a waiter to warm it up,but she didn't :( ... At the end we asked for a bill and we showed them a taste card (with this card we supposed to have 50% discount ) one of the managers refused to give as a discount, despite this fact the other manager came to our table and he said ,, for us to give you a discount was the same as throwing the food away " Felt really bad after I had such a terrible treat from managers !
De Amicis Ristorante Italiano
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
What you love about Italy is here in Notting Hill. This storefront restaurant offers the charm, warmth, and friendliness of the Italians as well as their unsurpassed cuisine in a dining room that is welcoming to all. The menu is classic Italian, with starters of prosciutto and melon, pizzas, pastas like traditional lasagne al forno, main of veal piccata in butter and lemon sauce, and pudding of zabaglione for two. Linger over a bottle of wine and then the superb coffee. The decor is low-key and comfortable and they won't throw you off the table if you're enjoying a long meal.