One particularly obnoxious staff member makes our visit feel quite uncomfortable . The manager really should explore the staff’s manner and attitude. There is a good menu variety and their other staff are quite nice and friendly.
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Unable to enjoy the meal. Had to leave and take it to go after asking twice for heat to be turned up. 3 of us at separate tables, sitting in our coats. Food taste was bland and not worth returning. Service immature. It's too bad...More
Went there on a Sunday for brunch. Service was very good, restaurant is cute inside. The food was very good; the basket of mini muffins was a nice touch. Would definitely go again.
If you are in the area and looking for a good lunch option, this is the place! They had this incredible cheese plate with high quality cheeses that was truly one of my favorite cheese plates I've ever tried. For my meal I had the...More
Disgusting experience from Amelia's. I bit into my mini Kobe beef burger and something tickled my chin .. only to find a small curly piece of black hair. This hair must've fell off someone's beard. I was disturbed beyond belief and obviously lost my appetite....More
We returned to this restaurant for the third time. The atmosphere is cool. The service is a little bit erratic when the restaurant is busy. The food is great and original. We picked crostini to share, chicken Sauvignon, swordfish and dessert crepes. Do not hesitate...More
Lobster was ok, but a real no no was the melted butter that was in fact cheap Margarine, quite frankly a let down. Please Amelia's serve proper butter with your Lobster. Service good, but overall there are better places to eat at in Jersey City.
Our server was very friendly, and hearing that one of us was gluten-free, brought out some gluten-free chips and hummus to accompany the bread starter. The hummus was delicious, as was the rest of our food. Reasonable lunch prices. Wheelchair accessible.
Four of us had brunch here on Easter. I liked the small plates the most. Deviled eggs with crab, tuna tartare, and risotto cakes were great. They also had $4 brunch cocktails such as Bloody Mary's or Bellinis. The better entrees were the risotto and...More