I regularly eat at Due Amici. Ok, you may have to wait a little for your table, but its busy and they cant throw early diners out. Yes its a little dated, but that's part of the charm - the staff are dated too, but lovely.
The menu is utterly huge. Rarely have I disliked anything. It's good value too - not much different from cafe rouge or a faux Italian such as Zizzi's or Prezzo.
I have never had a bad night in their and its a regular haunt for my friends. I am astonished at some comments - they simply aren't true in my experience.
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