Editor's Note: This property was formerly D'Amico Italian Restaurant.
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by tracey duggan
October 24, 2005
My first time here I enjoyed a wonderful lunch. I ordered the Tortellini Di Formaggi, which consisted of cheese stuffed tortellini tossed with spicy rose sauce and topped with mozzarella cheese. My mouth is watering right now with the thought of eating it!!! This dish was also served with either garlic bread, ceaser salad or tossed salad. The best thing about eating out at lunchtime is that the prices are extremely reasonable. For such a great meal, it only cost $10.00. This menu is served from 11.30am – 4.00pm Monday – Saturday.
I was so impressed with this restaurant; I wanted to return back there for a second time. So one night the girls and I decided that we would make a reservation for an evening meal. I found the full menu had far more of a variety, however there was a huge difference in the price. For the same dish I had on the lunch menu the price was $17.00. However, I found the food so good, I would have paid the $17.00 first time round and still thought I was getting good value for money!! The second time round my friends and I enjoyed once again an excellent meal of Fettuccine Alfredo, Asiago Pizza, D’Amico Trio and Linguine Di Mare.
Fettuccine Alfedo - consisted of a choice of black forest ham, seafood or chicken in a rich alfredo sauce (Black forest ham $13.95, Seafood $21.95, Chicken $16.95),
Asigo Pizza - Caramelized honey mustard cream sauce, chicken, spinach, onion and asiago cheese $15.95
D’Amico Trio – a combination of chicken parmigiana, lasagna and creamy fettuccine alfredo $20.95
Linguine Di Mare – scallops, shrimp, mussels and white wine with green onions and roma tomatoes with white wine in an aglio e olio sauce $21.95
This restaurant is fully licensed and open 7 days a week.
From journal 6-Week Work Experience in St John
kettering, United Kingdom
September 27, 2005
Whilst my companions all ordered from the lunchtime special menu, I decided to create my own pizza from the regular menu. You can have ANYTHING on a pizza here, even lobster!! I decided to play it safe and went for smoked Gouda, white onions, and fresh basil. It was delicious. The best thing was, when I couldn't manage all of mine, they packaged it up for me to take home. I know that this is commonplace in Canada, and I'm slowly getting used to it, but this is one practice I will sorely miss when I get back to the UK.
From journal Canadian Adventure
Saint John, New Brunswick
July 5, 2004
If you are looking for a nice evening go down with a few people and relax, they are more interested in you having a good time and enjoying yourself than getting your money and getting you out the door.
May I also suggest the parmas, eggplant, chicken, or veal. I think they are the best.
From journal The Real Eastern Canada
November 4, 2003
From journal Central SJ