You don’t have to be a vegetarian to eat vegetarian and Italian cuisine offers some of the best meat-free dishes.
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Amico Bio Holborn
43 New Oxford StreetLondonWC1A 1BH
- Public transport:
- Holborn, Underground
A mixed bag here but the extra star is for the pumpkin and aubergine timbal.
I started with the pumpkin and cauliflower soup with garlic croutons, expecting a creamy and rich concoction. Instead the soup was like chicken stock, watery and with very little flavor. It had chunks of cauliflower and pumpkin rather than the purée I expected. Only the tiny garlic cubes (barely) saved it.
As part of our monthly dinner dates, my friends and I decided to veer from our usual noodles night to check out Amico Bio for some vegan fare. From a value perspective, the set menu is definitely a more affordable option - I was a bit surprised by how pricey some of the dishes were as other vegan/vegetarian restaurants in London tend to be more affordable.
Our service was neither amazing nor...more
I'm excited to have Amico Bio branch more accessible to me (and other people I guess).
My mom was craving Italian for lunch, so this was perfect as we passed by. The set menu looked incredible, but we couldn't justify the amount of food (or price) it was offering.
The service was good at first and then seemed to trail off after we ordered.
I had the vegan calzone and it was a MONSTER. I was...more
Amico Bio is actually serves some of my favourite vegan food in London; it's fresh and delicious, and I love everything about them when they get it right - and that last statement is related to why I'm only giving this place two stars.
This is a 100% vegetarian Italian restaurant, and I've been eating here for years (initially at the Cloth Fair branch) and have always promoted it as one of...more
This is a classic example of why vegetarian food gets a bad rap.
All four of us started with the fried broccoli with salad which was essentially several small spears of greasy tempura battered broccoli on some sad lettuce leaves. Aside from being a poor dish, the presentation was abysmal. Similar to something a child would have thrown together if some irresponsible adult had let him/her in...more