A good restaurant, the food is good but not too cheap and the staff is very kind. It was a very hot day and tbey tried too make us to feel good.
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If you're vegan and want to eat at Amaretto, you can compose a nice, filling meal out of salads, pasta alio oglio, pizza without cheese, and a plate of sides (grilled veggies, steamed broccoli, various kinds of potatoes and some really tasty sauces: tomato &...More
First, Tashkent is not really known for it's great selection of restaurants, unless you really like plov and shashlik. That said, Amaretto is a lovely little Italian restaurant. The food is good, the service is excellent, and the prices are very reasonable. Other reviewers have...More
This place did a great job in a city where certain ingredients are hard to source. We were a group of 30 and the meals were timed and prepared to our needs.
My family and I found the restaurant a total delight! The outside seating arrangement was a pleasant welcome after walking for hours in the city. The staff were super attentive. The food, arrived in a reasonable time, was super yummy! The pastas were divine! They...More
Everything is expensive comparing to Uzbek rates which are low comparing to Europe and such. I paid about 26$ for a beer, two desserts and ice tea. I was there when there was live jazz music which was really nice and the cool the air...More
We went her on our first night in town, and it was a good choice to acclimatise a little. Food is excellent, wine is ok, prices are quite high. Location outside is very nice.
I would not get the four cheese penne again but everything else was excellent! The ravioli is GREAT! and they have a fruit platter that is great albeit expensive, but it's Uzbekistan. Overall it was pretty reasonably priced!
We chose this restaurant as a lonely planet guide recommendation. We wanted to go to another one - their pick- but it had closed two years ago. Amaretto staff do not speak a lot of English as suggested in the guide but the food was...More