We tried this out a couple of weeks ago and found the pizza to be wonderful. It is a bit blackened on the edges, as the above reviewer said, but we also had pizza like that in Italy, so I'm wondering if it's more of a style issue than a technical issue. We also had the fries, which were fantastic, and the arrancini, which were outstanding.
Fantastic!! Congrats Allison--can't wait to do something crafty!!
I love Amuse--they do the food right. I am disappointed, however, that they have significantly scaled back their tapas menu from the old days, and all of my favorites have disappeared from the menu. The pig trotters, the artichoke and prosciutto, the fried manchego . . .I dream of those days. I did recently have the stuffed peppers and they were quite good, but more like an full plate with no sides rather than a tapas-sized portion (i.e., I couldn't finish it). Can tapas not make it well in Charleston? I noticed J. Paulz also has beefed up their 'tapas' portions (and prices) and scaled back on the variety (though the food is also quite good). Just bring back the trotters and manchego!! That's what I loved you for!!
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