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115 E. 60th St., New York, NY, 10065
nr. Park Ave.
By margo1 on 1/20/2013
I went to Amali tonight nd it was close to perfect for this style of restaurant. It has a farm like rustic decor but is elegant at the same time. The service is courteous and explains food selections to you. We shared the ham plate o,with three choices; canna, Sopressata and parma. As an appetizer I had the eggplant which had a spicy tang to it and my guests had a salad. My entree was the risotto which was quite good and the other party had octopus and the Branzino. We were seated in the back room which is smaller and has a country decor and black shutters and slats on the doors and windows. The meal was finished with a plum gelato and they have unique/exotic fruit sodas such as lavender blueberry, lemon and strawberry. The desserts all sounded great and there is a diverse selection. The front room is a different decor and seems more colorful and lively. All in all, I would recommend this new restaurant.
GREAT EXPERIENCE -- ALWAYS OUTSTANDING
By levinsonrs on 12/12/2012
I have become a regular here and love the food. Seasonal and fresh. Inventive and delicious. You know that you love a place when you are sad that items have to come off the menu because of the availability. Just makes me think about next year.
Amazing Prix-Fixe Experience
By BrookeNYC on 10/4/2012
We recently dined at Amali after finding in on gdine.com. We booked their 3-Course dinner with wine pairings on gDine. It is an absolute amazing deal. This restaurant is not to be missed. The highlights from our dinner were: First Course - The salumi platter (Great way to start the meal with a group) & Pink Snapper Crudo (Delicate, perfectly balanced) Second Course - Braised Rabbit Tagliatelle (Yumm!!!) & Monkfish Dessert - We loved the Chocolate Ganache
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