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Experience the robust flavors of Napoli right in heart of Texas. Amici is your Little Italy destination for authentic Italian dishes that originated from Naples, Italy. Our name comes from the Italian word "Amici" which means friends, and that’s just how we will treat you from the moment you walk up to our mobile kitchen. You will also get to experience authentic homemade tastes created from our classic recipes and fresh ingredients. We can’t wait to serve you a meal you will always remember!
I have dined here several times and always enjoy coming back. We came in from a downpour and were cold and wet. The host quickly gave use napkins to dry off while he put us at a table away from the door. There were 3...More
Food is pretty average, in opposition to the prices which are above. Atmosphere is OK, but you don't feel the staff's desire to give their guests a good experience. It is a factory designed to get you out of there as quick as possible. There...More
I went there with my brother and mother to have a "traditionnal napoletan pizza" and had a tiny frozen craquer instead.The price between outside and inside aren't the same. Plus a 12% tax added on the bill, just like magic. When we started to argue,...More
Stopped at this restaurant for lunch on a Monday during the San Genero festival. They had really good lunch specials $12. We had chicken franchise and ravioli. Perfect portion for lunch and came with a nice salad and bread with oil for dipping. Can’t beat...More
There are several other Italian restaurants on this street. It’s likely that any of them would be better than this one. The bite of food I took from my boyfriend’s plate was decent, my alfredo was very bland. There’s also an unexpected “serve fee” added...More
My husband and I stepped in as we were around for the San Gennaro feast and the lunch set menu had some good options with a reasonable price.
We took the lasagna and cheese ravioli. Both dishes were accompanied by salad (lettuce, tomato and onion)...More
We had a very good lunch in Amici II from their "special lunch menu". The menu had quite a few dishes in the $12 to $14 range, the food was good and the servings were large. Like most places in Little Italy and adjacent China...More
While at the 92nd Annual Fest of San Gennaro, we stopped here for lunch. We chose to eat inside but outside seating was available due to the fest. We each had the Pasta, chicken and salad special for $11.95. What a deal. 6 choices to...More