Nothing too fancy on the menu but healthy italian favorites are prepared with care. The service is top notch. The ladies hail from Brazil. Prices are very reasonable for central London. Nice house red wine too.
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Nice to see a local restaurant in a big city. Eat here with my girlfriend, we were both happy with our food and received a friendly welcome from the staff. Would recommend this restaurant
Myself and 2 friends decided to visit The Old Amalfi after previously visiting this restaurant back in June 2015. I was thoroughly disheartened and annoyed by the service experience. Lovely atmosphere inside the restaurant. Upon being asked for our drinks, my two friends asked for...More
It's years since I have been here and a meal with friends recently was very good really. However, they need to do something about dirty and smelly toilets - there's no excuse for it.
You could easily overlook this quiet little place on a busy street, but if you search it out you'll be rewarded with an excellent experience. The salad with arugula, parmesan and cherry tomatoes makes a great starter, and the lasagna is superb. It's only a...More
I remember a restaurant called Amalfi here when I was a student in the 1980s! The prices are rather higher than a student would like but I think the food has got even better. Lovely tagliatelle bolognese and a chicken dish with aubergine sauce. And...More
I had just returned from a 20day trip in Italy (mostly in the Chianti region) when I stopped by this restaurant and well, not surprisingly, I was quite disappointed. The pasta was very oily and not well seasoned. The wine was good- the best part...More
Most of the places in Bloomsbury are overpriced and geared towards tourists. Old Amalfi is significantly less touristy, and the staff are always incredibly friendly and pleasant. Add to that the fact that the food is exceptional, and not too pricey, and you have a...More
..but if the name of this restaurant was anything to go by, then Italy's Amalfi region must have been formerly famous for its charmless service and the slow, slow passage of time. Eight of us were booked for 7pm. We ordered drinks on arrival which...More