Fantastic Cafe, definitely the best in Bristol. All the staff are so friendly and polite. They carry your food to your table and are perfect gentlemen. The choice of food is great and the price is amazing. Overall nothing bad to say here except it would be nice to see more women waiters maybe.
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Best Cafe in Bristol. Best service – fast and friendly all the time. Consistantly welcoming. Perfect central location. Does get very busy at peak times which just reinforces it’s extreme popularlty. Everyone I know recommends this place over all overs. The owner of this business is clearly doing something very RIGHT!
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Xxyesyes, 10 August 2012:
This has to be the best cafe in Bristol and this is from someone who runs a sandwich shop! The salads are amazing as they are far healthier than the usual mayo laced varieties. The paninis are huge and good value. The place is always buzzing and is immaculate, the manager is always present and runs a tight ship. The staff are very friendly, I just love this place!
Having found this place while working nearby, it is the best cafe in Bristol. Each time I go back I am recognised, and don't need to order as the guys always know what I want.
Bacon, mushroom and cheese toasties are also pretty amazing; and great value!
Warning: Gets packed out at lunchtime in the week.
A great cafe run by brilliant staff
We have being going to Cafe Amore for 10 years, Goudas the owner and his staff give the best service you will ever come across. The food is cheap but very high quality. The sandwiches have huge fillings and the paninis are our favourites.
If you come to Bristol and want a place to eat then make the effort and go to Cafe Amore. You will leave very full and very happy.
Best cafe in bristol! Delicious food, and great prices. A good place to sit and people watch whether you've been shopping all day, are on your lunch break or are just skipping lectures. You have to try their paninis - they're huge!
One of my favourite eateries in Bristol, and the perfect place to stop off for lunch during a day of shopping. The decor is all about dark wood, retro posters and vintage signage, and the place feels really clean, welcoming, warm and - despite its large size - cosy. The service is incredible, and despite the cheap prices and self service, the efficient waiters will bring your food and drinks to your table in an instant. For huge paninis, tasty salads, jumbo sarnies and steaming plates of authentic lasagne, this is the place to go. And the hot chocolate is to die for.
Whenever I go to Bristol my daughter and I always head to 'Cafe Amore', the atmosphere is always good, food excellent, and the service is exceptional, nothing is ever too much trouble for any of the staff, and so polite. I thoroughly reccommend 'Cafe Amore' on your next visit!!
this place has an excellent selection of grub that is sure to please every taste. the service is quick, and the staff seem really friendly. the decor is delightful. toilets are clean aand smell fresh, which indicates the rating of this place
They serve fresh food here at a good price.
I do like their salads and jacket potatos. One thing which used to really annoy me was that they allowed smoking in the upstairs seating area! Ridiculous! Now of course they cannot allow this but when they did I would of only given this place 1 or 2 stars.
The smoking ban has saved it’s bacon and made it a nice place to be.
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Best cafe in the centre, delicious generously portioned sandwiches, with interesting fillings like crab.
Cosy private atmosphere, despite the fact it is often full of people. Quite dark inside so best for english cloudy days when outside isn’t the place to be.
By far the best sandwich shop in Bristol. Sandwiches are massive and always really good. A little bit hard to get a seat if you go at lunchtime however the food is worth it. Reasonable prices as well which is unusual
From the outside, this cafe looks as though it ought to be situated in Southern Italy, with it darkwood work and golden lettering. Although the inside appears to be like a canteen (and operates a canteen style service), the espresso is surprisingly good and it’s good to see these smaller Cafes competing with the big boys. If you like your coffee strong, and intense, I’d recommend this place.
A lunchtimecafe with a really old fashioned atmosphere
This cafe is manic every lunchtime yet the service is surprisingly fast and efficient. They serve a great range of jackets and paninis which are always delicious and well priced you can eat in or out but if I have time I always eat in if you can find a table. In a town centre full of chain fast food outlets this is more than worth a try.
This is the best place to lunch in Bristol City Centre. The service is quick and friendly, even if you only have a short lunch break in which to buy your lunch. If you have more time to spare you can hang around and soak up the pleasant atmosphere but if you don’t, just grab your freshly toasted panini and run (the panini is by far the best choice!)
Like the previous reviewer, I love Café Amore. Its dark wooden interior provides a very welcome break from the soulless Broadmead shopping centre. Its distinctive interior is plastered with old advertising hoards for Sunlight Soap and Wills Gold Flake cigarettes, a time that harks back to a slightly gentler age of consumerism. The toasted paninis here are popular with the lunchtime crowd who also have a choice of lasagne, filled baguettes, sandwiches and cake
With an extensive coffee menu offering expressos, lattes, cappuccino, macchiatos and the most enormous, creamy hot chocolates, it's no surprise that its' always busy in here. Service is friendly but efficient and prices are OK. I paid £2.10 for a hot choc which I thought a bit pricey until I saw the size of it! My jacket potato also came with a very generous amount of filling, just the thing to fortify you for more retail therapy!
Cafe Amore is my favourite cafe in Broadmead. A lovely atmosphere -- not like most IKEA inspired cafes! It also has great food, which can't be just my opinion because it's always packed at lunch time. The only thing I don't like about it is that the tea is ridiculously expensive... one pound 10 for a mug's worth, when some places charge 60p for a whole teapot's worth. Normally I wouldn't mind, but I am so... woefully... broke.
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