Mamma Amalfi Reviews
Description:Italian restaurant chain.
Newest Review: ... you can buy it in supermarkets. I can understand sometimes products are out of stock from time to time. But all they buy is cheapest they can. Orange Juices when it become out of stock. they use Asda Smartprice. or sometime Sprite Run out. They don't even buy Sprite. They buy Asda Lemonade. If I have to rate which is the easiest to cook I have to rate the lamb shank 5 stars. The lamb shank ... more
Customer Mamma Amalfi Reviews (4)
by - written on 08/06/05, updated on 14/06/05 (Very useful, 551 readings)
I actually work in one of the Mamma Amalfi Restaurant, after they change their menu in March. They change the way to cook their food as well. Most of the food on the menu has come in Frozen and its pre-made. Bolognese/Napoli sauase is come in a big bag. All they do is heat it up. The Lasagne is just like what you get in tesco. After they microware it they put it under a grill to make it look like its oven-baked. To be honest nothing on the menu is fresh. The new Platter is even worst. They deep fried eveything they can to make it tasty. The diced Herb Potato is from McCain so you can buy it in supermarkets. I can understand sometimes products are out of stock from time .. Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/01, updated on 02/12/01
MAMMA AMALFI have 8 large Restaurants throughout Britain, usually in large Shopping or Leisure complexes. The one I visited, in Cambridge’s Grafton Centre, is ideal for anyone who is going to catch a Film at the adjacent Warner Village Cinema. Anyway, that’s just what we did recently. The Restaurant itself, has a small Bar area, plus some seating outside and advertises itself as a ‘Caffe • Bar • Ristorante’. If you want to have a meal, you must wait to be seated and once the ‘Maitre D’ (well I guess that’s what he regards himself as) has seen you he invites you to take a seat at the Bar and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/01, updated on 14/06/05 (Very useful, 271 readings)
It’s so nice to discover somewhere new to enjoy a good meal MAMMA AMALFI have 8 Restaurants throughout Britain, usually in large Shopping or Leisure complexes. The one I visited, in Cambridge’s Grafton Centre, is ideal for anyone who is going to catch a Film at the adjacent Warner Village Cinema. Anyway, that’s just what we did recently. The Restaurant itself, has a small Bar area, plus some seating outside and advertises itself as a ‘Caffe • Bar • Ristorante’. If you want to have a meal, you must wait to be seated and once the ‘Maitre D’ (well I guess that’s what he regards himself ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/01, updated on 30/07/01 (Very useful, 154 readings)
** UPDATE ** This branch of Mama Amalfi is now closed - a big shamew, in my opinion ** UPDATE ** This Italian restaurant is located in the middle of a retail park, and near to Bolton's Reebok stadium, so on the one hand it's easy to get to, but on the other, hardly an intimate, special dining experience. The kind of place you might go to before a visit to the cinema, or for a lunch break in a day's shopping. And you won't usually have difficulties parking here, except maybe on days when Bolton Wanderers are playing at home. . The interior décor is very unusual - with the bar area done out like an Italian street, complete with ... Read the complete review
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