After a couple of great visits to Mi Ami last year, we were looking forward to our return visit recently. At 9 PM on a Friday, it was not crowded, which I found surprising. We ordered a Margherita pizza ($11.99) and Bruschetta ($9). The prices were moderate though the Bruschetta was very basic with 4 very small pieces of toast. The pizza was about 12" and adequate for two average appetites to share. The pizza was made in a brick oven by an experienced looking chef, but was disappointing compared to the great pizza we remembered from last year. The crust was a shade underdone, there was a bit too much cheese (which seemed like average store-bought mozzerella, not fresh, the tomato sauce was OK but not memorable.
The service was friendly with an Italian-speaking waiter, but somewhat slipshod. For example, we had to ask for forks and napkins after the Bruschetta was served, we had to ask for plates after the pizza arrived, etc. The table seemed unsteady and likely to tip over if any weight was placed on one side. The indoor seating was otherwise pleasant without loud music or noise. 18% tip was added automatically.
Overall a 3/5 experience, which was disappointing after our two visits last year, when I was happy to see a very good Italian place on Ocean Drive, and would have rated the pizza 5/5 then. I hope they were just having an off night, and this is not reflective of a big decline since they opened.
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