The servers also take their time to describe each dish, an especially important trait when a portion of the menu is written in Italian. Pasta options such as cacio e pepe, bucatini and paccheri are described elegantly.
"I thought the food was really good and the location was great...The vibe was really lively," Sam Gebicki '17 said.
To start off, the fried cauliflower resembled a delicious and much healthier version of french fries, only costing $8.00. For an entree, the ciao e pepe serves enough for two people, especially if one is looking for a light, delicate pasta. The ciao e pepe, similar to mac and cheese, was also very moderately priced at $16.00. A great pairing with the ciao e pepe, the swordfish meatballs were perfectly cooked, tasting fresh and juicy. And best of all, the olive oil cake for dessert. It was extremely moist, and had the perfect dollop of whip cream on top. Overall, the meal was very moderately priced making Amis appealing to those craving an expensive meal, without the expense.