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Sammy and Amy makes this the place to eat at any time! Not only are they warm and friendly, they make you feel a part of the family. The food is unbelievable! Amy’s pastries are melt in your mouth and every dish my friends and I have ordered and shared, was beyond our expectations, so delicious and fresh! This is the place we go every Sunday! Do yourselves a favor, go to Amy’s Baking Company, You won’t regret it.
This beautiful charming bistro is elegant and cozy yet friendly. We stopped in after a movie and we will be back to sample more than the the luscious raspberry champagne cocktail and the not-too-sweet croissant ‘bread’ pudding. Both delicious!
We had an opportunity to visit with both Amy and Samy. They’re very friendly and open. Every detail is taken care of here, from the beautiful French cabinetry and decor, to the cleanliness. Amy’s pastries are the most beautiful you have seen anywhere.
We are looking forward to trying everything on their enticing menu. And sharing ABC with our friends and family.
Queen Creek, AZ
Wife and I stopped by last night before going to the movies. I had the spinach ravioli and she had the chicken scallopini pasta. The food was excellent and the staff was very attentive. Decent portions and fresh, quality ingredients. We were going to head back after the movie for a dessert but were still full from dinner. We will definitely go back again.
I can’t speak to the negative reviews here because my experience was great
So many restaurants, so little time.
We’ve been to Amy’s a dozen times and have never been disappointed. Samy is always there to greet us, and Amy is always there doing the cooking. Before ordering anything, check out the bakery display so you can plan to save room for dessert.
Then try the hummus or olive tepanade on the flat bread. The latter is the same as Amy’s pizza crust, which is not your traditional pizza crust. Neither thick or thin, but very tasty. If you like it, consider ordering a pizza. You won’t be sorry. I like the asparagus, prosciutto, and goat cheese as well as the fig, pear, and prosciutto.
The pasta dishes are also excellent. I like the lobster ravioli, the asparagus ravioli, the pesto gnocchi and the penne bolognese. My wife likes the squash ravioli. The portions aren’t huge, but Amy gives you plenty of sauce, so you can take the extra sauce home to put on your own pasta tomorrow.
The place is not cheap or fast, but the wine prices are reasonable, the food is high quality, and both interior and patio seating first rate.
Review from Elaine D.
Stopped in this little place for a quick bite before a movie on Sunday and had the best Albacore tuna sandwich ever in history. I could not believe how good it was. The tuna had chunks of green apples and sweet toasted pecans. Sandwich was served on cinnamon raisin bread which I normally would not have ordered, but it was perfect.
After the movie went back there for wine because it was only $4.00 a glass on Sunday afternoons. What a wonderful afternoon with friends. Although I did not eat pastries, I checked them out in the case and they were beautiful, will definitely go back and buy for little gifts when I visit the Grandmas. Small and perfect desserts.
Loved, loved this little place! Prices were fair.