At Marc Vetri’s third restaurant, everything but the portions are in order.
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Food: Simple, solid, skimpy.
1. Mrs. Dale Cavaliere said... on Apr 16, 2010 at 12:21PM
“The food was terrible. Totally oversalted and absolutely tiny tiny portions. My freshly made raviolis stuffed with fresh ricotta were as flat as pancakes with maybe 1/4 teaspoon of cheese in them? And the sauce or whatever it was on top, some kind of cheese, was so salty I couldn't eat it. My husband ordered gnocchis which were not ghocchis at all, as we always make ours from scratch at home, but a big blob of what seemed to be corn meal squashed and they called it gnocchis. Absolutely terrible. Will never go back which is a shame as it is true, a very delightful space.”
2. S.J. said... on May 21, 2010 at 07:02AM
“"My husband ordered gnocchis which were not ghocchis at all, as we always make ours from scratch at home, but a big blob of what seemed to be corn meal squashed and they called it gnocchis."What an ignorant fool you have just proven yourself to be. Regardless what you thought of the food, there is no way Amis calls what you have "gnocchis" because they know that gnocchi is the plural. Secondly, learn that there is often more than one way of making something (the beauty of food) and the "big blob of what seemed to be corn meal squashed", to me was exactly how gnocchi made with semolina flour instead of potato SHOULD taste. Thankfully Amis is so busy that your decision never to return will not be a problem. Go back to Olive Garden and enjoy your soup, salad and breadsticks.”
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4. Anonymous said... on Oct 18, 2010 at 01:36PM
“S.J....You're a fool. Obviously your either the owner, manager, or part owner. You shouldn't react to customer reviews in that matter. Because of that, you have lost my business.Also, for your reference, I happen to know quite a few people who frequent Amis, and they will not be any longer, thanks once again to your horrible and unprofessional review.”
5. Anonymous said... on Nov 22, 2011 at 04:02PM
“We arrived at Amis with a reservation made through Open Table. We waited nearly an hour for our table. After the staff gave us conflicting excuses as to the reason we had to wait so long and could not predict when we might begin our meal with them we decided to leave. We visited another restaurant that evening where we had a great time. The final straw with Amis was that I discovered that the staff had accessed my Open Table account and cancelled my reservation with them so I couldn't review them. Which makes for an uncomfortable experience. In the end it's Amis' loss.”
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