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Beaming staff will lead you into the dimly-lit restaurant, past an impressive display of meats and an open kitchen featuring a classic clay pizza oven. The striking dining room has stand-alone chairs and bench-style sofas, with enlarged light bulbs hanging neatly in unison creating a cosy and relaxed ambience. When it comes to food, this is an elegant affair, especially with the appetisers that include veal fondant with a fizzy spring salad, white truffle mayonnaise and slow cooked free range egg yolk.
For mains, you can enjoy all the usual pizza, pasta and meat options, with tempting dishes including hand-made wild mushroom ravioli on parmesan mousseline. The exciting pasta and risotto menu is also worth exploring. The meat and cheese platter is a must-try, too, and the wagyu steak is one of the best we’ve tried in the city.

By Time Out Abu Dhabi staff
Time Out Abu Dhabi,

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  • Location: Le Royal Méridien Abu Dhabi, Al Markaziyah, Abu Dhabi
  • Tel: 02 695 0530
  • Travel: Khalifa Bin Zayed Street
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  • Users voted this restaurant most suitable for: Business lunch

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Posted by: Yann on 29 Oct ' 10 at 19:14
  • Best for: Romantic

Posted by: Yann on 29 Oct ' 10 at 18:58
  • Best for: Business lunch
  • Would you go back to this restaurant? Yes

Amazing business lunch, food is tasty, price is only AED 79++.
Teh chef is from Sardinia and come often around the tables and discuss his passion for the food.

Posted by: K on 02 Oct ' 10 at 00:28
  • Would you go back to this restaurant? No

I have been to this restaurant for many times, and I have been when they just opened. For my expirience Amalfi is getting back and worse everytime I go there for dinner. Their servise is very bad and that is the reason which makes me not to come again. I think I would be back if they changed the chef and the mangments PERIOD

Posted by: jen on 14 Mar ' 10 at 17:49
  • Would you go back to this restaurant? No

The service was over attentive, the food was poor quality and the bill was excessive. Came away very disappointed at what was going to be an anniversary dinner. We will not be returning.

Posted by: Dhannya Paul on 21 Jul ' 09 at 14:48
  • Best for: Business lunch
  • Would you go back to this restaurant? Yes

The food is good, the duck is truly delicious. The Pasta dishes are average. Personally I vote for their Anti pasta dishes more than the Pasta and pizza, which are all well and good but over priced. Oh yes if you do drink, a glass of their House wine should not be missed.

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