Amici is the Italian word for “friends”, and at the Amici restaurant in The Arches, they are certainly the sort of place where you want to bring your mates. Their atmosphere is welcoming, their drinks are free-flowing and their menu is filled with Italian favourites guaranteed to please your whole party. Gather a large group and get on down to Cheltenham Road for a superb evening out on the north side of Bristol.
Great pizzas ( both in taste and size) plus tasty pasta dishes too. The Nero d'Avola wine is great value and better than many more expensive wines I've tried. Staff were all friendly and service exceptionalky prompt. Will be back.
The food was delicious and the service was excellent! They could not have been more attentive and even packed our leftovers to take away! Would recommend to anyone looking for a lovely atmosphere and amazing pizza!
Staff were helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. The Food was very good; I had a salmon steak from the specials board. Quality was better than I have previously had here.
Italian food is a sociable affair, and at Amici in Bristol, they’re so dedicated to meals with mates that they’ve made it their moniker. Their restaurant – situated where Zetland, Gloucester and Cheltenham Road meet in The Arches – is all about sharing, so make sure you find a few friends when you head over. They’re easily reached from Redland or Montpelier train stations, and their menu is more than enough reason to make the journey to this part of Bristol.
The menu at Amici is the main drawcard on Cheltenham Road, and it is easy to see why. Visitors to this part of The Arches can begin their meal with a selection of bruschettas and ciabattas, as well as a huge range of antipasti dishes. Follow it up with a pizza – and there are plenty to choose from – a pasta, steak or from one of their daily changing fish specials, which are among the best in Bristol.