28 July 2014

Amalfi - Old Compton Street

29-31 Old Compton Street, London W1D 5JR

Italian Soho

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In the heart of London's Theatreland, this intimate Italian restaurant offers authentic regional cuisine and superb hospitality. Full of character, Amalfi features a warm downstairs dining area with cosy cellar caves. For nearly 4 decades, Amalfi - Old Compton Street has been a popular local Italian trattoria. There is a good selection of Italian wine and beer, while the dessert menu features classic Italian favourites like tiramisu, pannacotta and lemon tart. The delicious menu has tasty dishes like seafood spaghetti with sautéed tiger prawns and mussels in a white wine, garlic and chilli sauce or fiorentina pizza with wilted spinach, egg and mozzarella. Amalfi restaurant has a good range of risotto, pizza and pasta, along with tasty main courses like chicken breast in a king prawn, garlic and cream sauce or spinach and ricotta cannelloni. On Old Compton Street, Amalfi is a fine Italian restaurant in Soho, serving authentic Italian cuisine in a sophisticated setting.

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  1. Amalfi - Old Compton Street

    29-31 Old Compton Street, London W1D 5JR
    Overall rating:
    Helen A.

    Fabulous lunch!


    • Food & Drink: 10
    • Service: 10
    • Atmosphere: 10
    • Value: 10

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  1. After a few cocktails in Soho for a friend’s birthday, we knew it’d be difficult to find a restaurant that would satisfy everyone’s craving. Italian seemed like the most likely option. Walking down Old Compton Street, we stumbled upon Amalfi. Decorated with a cosy, homely Italian-feel, Amalfi was just what we all needed; comfort food. Men definitely have more of an appetite, as soon as we saw the shared platter of antipasto, we ordered two. The antipasto consisted of a selection of Italian meats such as salami Napoli and Parma ham, fresh mozzarella and chopped tomato, bruschetta pomodoro consisting of tomato, garlic, olive oil served with grilled focaccia and grilled vegetables. We also received black olive tapenade...
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