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D'Amico's Restaurant
2.8 stars (1 ratings)

(860) 747-5177

2 Linden St, Plainville, CT 06062

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April 23, 2012 @ 5:38 PM
1  out of 5 stars
a diner from Austin Tx
We ordered the lunch Trio, was cold, without flavor, over cooked pasta, so dissaponting for an italian restaurant, while I was eating it I thought was own for not Italian people that just wanted to have an Italian Restaurant, then someone told me that is own by the D'amico Family (italian name)well knowing that was so dissaponting to me. I think the food is just a cheap imitation of real Italian food, so as the olive oil cheap version of olive Oil. Italians will never serve over cooked pasta (never) neither cold food, it is a principle, and Italian food has flavor. Hope this family can check their restaurants often so they can notice this horrible mistakes and they can correct it and improve it. I went to the Village location. Service was good though.

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Avg Rating: 3  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 1

April 23, 2012 @ 5:38 PM
1  out of 5 stars
a diner from Austin Tx
We ordered the lunch Trio, was cold, without flavor, over cooked pasta, so dissaponting for an italian restaurant, while I was eating it I thought was own for not Italian people that just wanted to have an Italian Restaurant, then someone told me that is own by the D'amico Family (italian name)well knowing that was so dissaponting to me. I think the food is just a cheap imitation of real Italian food, so as the olive oil cheap version of olive Oil. Italians will never serve over cooked pasta (never) neither cold food, it is a principle, and Italian food has flavor. Hope this family can check their restaurants often so they can notice this horrible mistakes and they can correct it and improve it. I went to the Village location. Service was good though.
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April 23, 2012 @ 5:38 PM
1  out of 5 stars
a diner from Austin Tx
We ordered the lunch Trio, was cold, without flavor, over cooked pasta, so dissaponting for an italian restaurant, while I was eating it I thought was own for not Italian people that just wanted to have an Italian Restaurant, then someone told me that is own by the D'amico Family (italian name)well knowing that was so dissaponting to me. I think the food is just a cheap imitation of real Italian food, so as the olive oil cheap version of olive Oil. Italians will never serve over cooked pasta (never) neither cold food, it is a principle, and Italian food has flavor. Hope this family can check their restaurants often so they can notice this horrible mistakes and they can correct it and improve it. I went to the Village location. Service was good though.