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Posted by Staff / Listed on October 4, 2011 / review policy

FAmelia TorontoF'Amelia is an Italian restaurant in Cabbagetown that serves up fresh pasta, pizza, meat, fish, and tasty desserts including a dessert pizza comprised of Nutella, carmelized bananas and icing sugar.



Brian Simpson / January 5, 2012 at 11:59 am
I LOVE this place. Their wood-oven pizza is some of the best I've ever had, and their Gnocchi is light and friggin' delicious.

It's terrific to have a really great restaurant with great staff, right in my neighbourhood. Cabbagetown should definitely make sure this gem succeeds.
Jarek / March 24, 2012 at 01:57 am
The location is great but good things end there. Staff is unprofessional for the price which would be forgivable if the food was amazing. It is not. It is OK at best and considering all the new entries in the pizza and pasta space all over downtown this is nothing more than a waste of money. Sadly a seemingly talented kitchen not delivering. If you have run ins with service or management it will explain the culture of taking customers for granted. Take your money where it will be earned - ie not here...
Susan / May 27, 2012 at 08:43 am
One of the best restaraunts I've been to in a long time. The staff and service could not be more attentive. The ravioli with english peas the best we've ever had. And the wood fired pizza excellent. Wish I lived in Toronto so I could come here more often.
Joy / August 28, 2012 at 06:09 pm
I love F'amelia. It's so great to have a restaurant like this in my neighbourhood. I had the apple celery scallop risotto and my man had the lasagna which I preferred.. it was comfort food that didn't make you feel like you ate 5,000 calories. The patio is totally underrated and the service is friendly and attentive.
Tom replying to a comment from Joy / October 26, 2012 at 02:56 pm
Their margherita pizza tells the tale. It has only four basic ingredients and each was excellent. Servings are not overly generous as others have said. Each dish my party sampled was really terrific. Loved the patio.
Jesse / November 28, 2012 at 10:13 am
I decided to give this place a second chance after my first experience was less than satisfying. Sadly, they did not manage to change my opinion.

The food was bland and overpriced, and the servers were smug.

Try Gusto 101 for excellent Italian.
Maria / July 15, 2013 at 10:17 pm
Ridiculous price for the smaller appetizer I have ever seen and it was the first restaurant in Canada that people charged me for 2 bottles of tap water - if you value good and real food do no go there

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