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“Wonderful treat tucked in a cozy courtyard in St. Thomas”
5 of 5 bubbles Review of Amalia Cafe

Amalia Cafe
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $10 - $30
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Good for: Local cuisine, Special occasions, Kids, Business meetings, Families with children, Romantic
Dining options: Drinks, Late Night, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Free Wifi, Full Bar, Highchairs Available, Outdoor Seating, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Takeout, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible
Description: Amalia Cafe is a delightful open air Spanish themed restaurant in historic downtown Palm Passage, Charlotte Amalie. The menu is heavy on tapas, with favorite Spanish entrees like Paella or Zarzuela. Enjoy a taste of Spain in the Caribbean.
New Orleans, Louisiana
1 review
“Wonderful treat tucked in a cozy courtyard in St. Thomas”
Reviewed December 27, 2010

Fabulous food and great service. The owner, Maynard, is a really nice guy and gives wonderful service. The food is fresh and very good, and the coffee was fabulous too. We had a lovely lunch on the patio, and could see the ocean from where we were sitting. I don't remember exactly how much the food cost, but I know it was less than $20 dollars per person, and it was certainly worth it for the food and service.

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Waterbury, Vermont
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“Very nice dinner”
Reviewed December 14, 2010

We dined after a misguided walk to Pueblo. The staff was kind enough to allow us to eat with our shopping bags, even offering to refrigerate stuff for us. The sangria is awesome! Try it. Food was very good, try the Paella. Service was attentive and quick.

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Delaware
2 reviews
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“One of our farvorite restaurants for lunch in St. Thomas”
Reviewed December 6, 2010

When we make our annual trip to St. Thomas, Amalia Cafe is always on the agenda. I can't wait each year to order a pitcher of the white sangria and the pealla. You also must order the blueberry bread pudding with ice cream...yummy! The service is always prompt and friendly. It is located in Palm Passage which is off the waterfront in a little walkway that makes you feel like you are in Europe. Definitely go hungry.

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Seattle, Washington
2 reviews
“Good food, great atmosphere, higher price tag.”
Reviewed December 4, 2010

While the price is high, dinning alfresco in St. Thomas on this fantastic food is worth dropping a little extra dough. Make a meal of their Tapas menu and be sure to get a carafe of home made sangria.

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Marietta, Georgia
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2 reviews
“The way food should be done.”
Reviewed December 4, 2010

Right across the side street from the Green House, which is a Bar with food, you'll find a gem of a resturant, Meson Amalia. I was walking up Palm Passage to check out the shops and was stopped by the soup of the day, French Onion Soup with Mushrooms. I went on to the shops but returned shortly thereafter to delightful fare at the Amalia Cafe. The soup was the best I've had, followed by Veal Oscar which was flavorful and tender then the Bread Pudding, Wow. An excellent find. The service was great and the drinks were top notch. A delightful morning.

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