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Restaurant Review: Amici Signature Italian in Carrollton

Amici’s pork porterhouse and Bartolino Cocuzza. (Photography by Kevin Marple)

Don’t drive across town if you are jonesing for “authentic” Italian fare. Owner and chef Bartolino Cocuzza has Americanized his Italian food to fit his loyal customers. Cocuzza’s cooking is solid. The massive pork porterhouse, covered with a pile of mushrooms and onions, rises 3 inches from the plate. The perfectly pink center is moist, and firm mushrooms sautéed in port add an earthy essence. Country of origin be damned, I easily finished this formidable dish. We didn’t order the eclectic roast poblano pepper filled with shallots, garlic, shrimp, and Brie cheese in a red pepper coulis, but the couple sitting next to us told us it was their favorite dish. “I ate it yesterday for lunch,” he said. “I was sitting in your seat.”

Stay with me and then tell us if you’ve tried the rebuilt Amici

2 comments on “Restaurant Review: Amici Signature Italian in Carrollton

  1. Live Amici. We go all the time. Very friendly staff and nice food and bar. Viva Amici!!

  2. Best true Italian food in DFW. I can’t wait to go back. Bartolino is the MAN!!

    Love the new design of the restaurant too.