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Review: Ti Amo


Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

Great Italian restaurant opposite The Festival Theatre

  • By SilverTraveller AliBe

    42 reviews

    Ribbon Ribbon

  • Apr 2014
  • Edinburgh
  • Casual
  • Italian

122 people found this review helpful

Ti Amo is a well established Italian restaurant located immediately opposite Edinburgh's Festival Theatre on Nicolson Street. They do a great range of pasta dishes and pizzas, as well as fabulous looking steaks. We eat there every time we go to the Festival Theatre and have recommended it to friends who have been delighted with it. The restaurant looks tiny from the outside, but don't be put off, there is a large seating area at the back which can't be seen from outside.

On our most recent visit we were attending Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake (fabulous!) and booked a table at Ti Amo beforehand. We shared a garlic bread – our waiter advised that one portion would be enough as there are 4 slices, however one wanted cheese and one didn't. No problem, we were told, we will make 2 slices with and 2 without. Perfect. This was followed by a Gnocchi alla sorrentina and a Tagliatelle Papalina with a shared mixed salad. The dishes were delicious and the chianti we had to accompany the food was soft and full bodied. Our neighbours ordered the wonderfully named Spaghetti Gorbachov (which includes vodka and caviar), which they apparently have every visit.

Service is friendly and efficient, ensuring you won't be late for your theatre performance.

The restaurant is suitable for those with limited mobility and wheelchair users. Parking is in the surrounding streets and the restaurant is on many bus routes.

I highly recommend this restaurant.

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