We enjoyed several different dishes that were all very good. The portions are generous and the food was excellent. Great service rounded out our meal.
I love this restaurant and the outstanding staff. The food is ourstanding, the daily lunch steam table is reliably great. The menu is varied and over the years I have never had a disappointing meal.
My wife and I decided to look for restaurants that had pet-friendly seating, and D'Amico's was listed as one. We were there once for dessert, and coffee, and enjoyed it so much, that we decided to come back for dinner. Getting a table outside was surprisingly prompt as there were a lot of people waiting..no complaints! Our waiter (Sorry I... More
This is one of my favorite little Italian places in town. I haven't had a bad meal here yet. My only complaint would be that the Rice Village location is tiny, and they usually only seem to have one or two servers taking care of the whole restaurant. Sometimes the service is a little slow. Other than that, great place
Before I start in, I need to admit we have been going to D'Amico's for quite a few years (over 10) and never had a bad meal. Today was a far different experience. My veal piccata was absolutely flavorless and the plating was just plain disgusting. The veal meat was just put on the plate with a couple of canned... More
We moved to the Heights a few months ago and have eaten at D'Amico's at least twice a month. The food has always been consistent and good. The service has been good as well. The tomato basil soup is great, as is the mushroom risotto.
Reading the other reviews perplexes us. We just had dinner there and at first loved the "look" and feel of the place. The appetizer of sautéed calamari was quite good but from then on everything went mediocre in a hurry. My husband had pasta with shrimp - tasteless marinara pretty much destroyed his dish. Shockingly my pizza was worse. For... More
Returned here after a positive experience, and found the food, at best, boring, at worst, tasteless. Pasta was overcooked, watery, bland sauces. Not good, will not return.
Tonight we visited D’Amigos at the Houston Rice Village. One of our family favorites for 16 years. Always nice to see some of the same staff still there all these years. The restaurant has changed very little since it opened as a small market/restaurant. Has become very popular over the years. The value of this restaurant is the ambiance and... More
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