Mamma's Ristorante (Blackpool) Reviews
Newest Review: ... is much nicer and has tables on two levels though generally only the ground floor will be open unless it's a special occasion and they have a party booking. The place is cosy (and for cosy think slightly cramped but with a rustic Italian charm), with a strong colour scheme to match the Italian flag and a well-loved collection of Chianti bottles. The walls are adorned with photos of the Mamma's football team and of photos of the historical landmarks of Italy - all places you can recognise as being Italian even if you can't differentiate the Venetian ones from the Roman few. The menus at Mamma's are good, solid, standard Italian food - ... more
Customer Mamma's Ristorante (Blackpool) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/04/06 (Very useful, 269 readings)
There are lots of things I think a good restaurant should be: it should have a nice atmosphere, provided a good menu selection, have waiting staff who are able to recommend dishes and accompaniments, have prices that reflect value for money. For me, though, I think the most important feature is that it should make me want to go back there again and again. And again. Mamma's Ristorante in Blackpool is the big sibling of Mamma's Too in St Annes, an Italian restaurant a few miles down the road where I ate regularly as a kid. We went back to Mamma's Too repeatedly for all the reasons mentioned above, so my hopes were high for my first meal at the original ... Read the complete review
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