After watching How to Train your Dragon in 3D, we went to Gotti’s Ristorante for some light dinner over pizza and pasta. It was my first time to hear about the place, so I gamely agreed when my sister suggested this restaurant.

Gotti’s menu reminds me of Amici. However, I realized when they served the food that they have much bigger servings than their more popular counterpart. As for the taste though, I think I’d still vote for Amici.

Pesto Nettuno (Php 245, for sharing). Their pasta dish for seafood lovers. Pasta linguini topped with mussels, squid, and shrimp. I didn’t really enjoy their version of my favorite seafood pasta. Not so many seafood toppings, and the taste is yeah – bland – for me. I don’t think I’d come back here to order the same.

Mi Mama’s Quattro Formaggi (Php 295). My sister doesn’t eat meat, so we had to order either the vegetarian pizza or the four-cheese. We chose the latter. Again, nothing to rave about. The taste is average for me. I even liked The Market’s four-cheese pizza better.

All in all, Gotti’s is good to try once, but i’m not going back soon, for sure. The food is reasonable, but average. The waiters are attentive and the service was fast, though. But for an Italian quick fix, I’d still go to good old Amici and/or Fazoli’s.

4 comments on “Gotti’s Ristorante”

  1. I like Amici in Don Bosco too.. but now that they’re continuously expanding, food becomes more & more commercialized already…

  2. I agree. Amici is a lot better compared to Gotti’s. I always crave for Amici’s sansrival ice cream 🙂 yum!

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