Stopped for breakfast, pretty limited menu but the coffee was great, very nice little place worth stopping in.
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We wanted to have breakfast/brunch on a Saturday morning, and we found Amore. It seemed like a nice, family-owned Restaurant, and had decent reviews, so we went to check it out. When you walk in, it's a little confusing - there's a menu stand in the front, as if someone is supposed to seat you, yet you order at the... More
I've been taking co-workers to this restaurant for the last three years. We are treated well and served quickly, and the co-workers get expressive about how good their food is. The food is lighter than some of the other restaurants in the area, and it is clear Chef Paul works to make his meals as healthy as possible for guests.... More
Went to meet some friends, was delighted to see an upscale cafe in town with elegant art on walls, staff was friendly and the menu was interesting, ordered the best items they recommended, salmon Benedict and beef kabab, one word " yuummaayyy" loved it seriously, the cappuccino had a design on it and everything was done with touch of love.... More
After years of enjoying breakfast and lunch at this local venue, we were disappointed with the new ownership. We stopped going but read a positive review in the BEE so decided to try it again. Nothing was better and the attitude of the management was worse. He was defensive and antagonistic when we suggested (very politely and with the best... More
Husband and I went for breakfast on Wednesday 10:30 am. No other customers. I asked if the hollandaise sauce on the eggs benedict was homemade, and was told that it was. So I ordered eggs benedict and husband ordered cheese and spinach omelet. It took 20 minutes, and food came lukewarm. Benedict came with 1 tissue-thin piece of Canadian bacon,... More
This used to be one of our favorite cafes, but the new owners must be trying to cut costs. We ordered our usual chicken kabobs. They were not cooked on a skewer, but simply grilled, and placed on the plate in a line. The portion was very small, about half the size it was in the past.. It was served... More
Stopped in Amore for breakfast as that is supposedly one of their specialties. The guy behind the counter (hereafter known as “Mr. Non-personality) barely acknowledged us, other than to point to the menus and tell us to come to the counter when we were ready to order. The Naked Breakfast Burrito came loaded (and I mean loaded) with red and... More
Coffee tasted watered down and not hot. A tray of artificial sweeteners was served with the coffee, but no sugar? The eggs in my omelet were not hot either and the broccolli was cold. No butter with the toast. The 'cheese' looked and tasted more like flour gravy.... Really disappointing. I went by the Sac Bee reviews which I think... More
I used to love this place , but not anymore. Inconsistent in all categories. Lattes used to have a beautiful design on them. Not anymore. I'm lactose intolerant and must have soy in my coffee drinks. Half the time they are out of soy. Sad to see this place decline. Obviously they are on the brink of going out of... More
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