~Brought up 2 SharE~

"Remember to Remember"

Amore Pizzeria & Ristorante @ Shuttle Street

Dear HueyShean,

Thanks for your accompaniment and the exciting idea of a lunch-out at AMORE…

ShuYin and I enjoyed the luscious Italian fares and the never-ending tittle-tattles!

Cheers to more girls day-out.

Yours truly,


AMORE is the word I used to exploit so much.
From old mails to classic nicknames in the ICQ,
I thought it still stand out as a single distinct meaningful word.

AMORE in Glasgow is an Italian restaurant with the amorous ambiance and romantic interior. Decorated with white teddies, champagne and wines on wooden shelves, with faint yellow illumination. Staffs looked and sounded like Italian, and service was efficient too.
Also a pizzeria, offering a variety of Italian pizza with different toppings.

I started with a cuppa Hot Chocolate for £1.95.

And… complimentary Bruschetta-like servings of appetizing breads with toppings.

We went for their Lunch Time Special (2 courses) for £5.95.
A great deal no doubt.
You can also opt for their ala carte menu for lunch and it seems that they have a different menu for dinner as well – more options of pizzas and pastas to meet your cravings.

Zuppa del Giorno
Chef’s soup of the day served with crispy bread for dipping: Tomato soup garnished with black pepper.

Funghetti Fritti
Deep fried mushroom served with salad & garlic mayonnaise.
Piping hot crispy balls of mushroom was fragrant and an ideal match with the garlic mayonnaise dipping.

Main course:
Carbonara lovers just won’t wanna miss out this white sauce plateful of solid strings pastas!
Spaghetti Carbonara
Cooked with strips of succulent bacons, garlic, white wine, black pepper, egg yolk & cream. Remember to add in some cheese :)
Very filling indeed.

Other selections of pizzas and pastas are also available in their lunch set menu. Game for an Italian lunch with the reasonable price? Remember to consider AMORE.

6, Shuttle Sreet,
Lanarkshire G1 1QA
Tel: 0141 553 0810


Anonymous March 4, 2009 at 8:25 AM  

Mushroom ball ball looks good.

J2Kfm March 4, 2009 at 9:53 AM  

indeed its reasonable, even after conversion!

fried mushroom balls. if i rmbr correctly, Chili's or TGIF are serving those as well, right?

Anonymous March 4, 2009 at 1:28 PM  

cant wait for our girls nite out too

choi yen March 5, 2009 at 1:06 PM  

The carbonara definitely will win my heart~~

email2me March 5, 2009 at 1:37 PM  

Nice ambiance and reasonably priced. :)

ling239 March 5, 2009 at 10:46 PM  

Deep fried mushroom !!
looks like meat ball from outside...^_^
i love mushrooms ~

iamthewitch March 6, 2009 at 8:28 AM  

Hi Christine! Your blog is wonderful! Wonder why I didn't stumble upon it earlier... :) interesting post here, and the Carbonara sure looks delightful. :)

HairyBerry March 7, 2009 at 11:45 AM  

mushrooms and garlic go really well. deep fried somemore. great during the cold days....gald u had a good time there! ;)

~Christine~Leng March 8, 2009 at 5:57 AM  

yea.. you guys can try deep frying at home ;P Stock up some mushrooms from ASDA.. ^^

good deal rite?
I didn't try on any mushroom dishes from TGIF or Chili's before. Perhaps they have. haha.. will have to find out when I get back ;P

Will be soon enough :)
Dig out more places to visit yea?

u're very into carbonara too? Good!
I just can't resist carbonara everytime I saw it on the menu ;P

Indeed :)
Will be back for more since the price is reasonable and the food was acceptably good ^^
The environment was relaxing too during our visit.

yea! when it was served, I thought they served the wrong starter ;P
I've found another person who's so into mushroom.High 5 :)

Thanks for visiting and I love reading your blog! Do drop by for more yea? Cheers~ ^^

actually I have no idea that mushrooms and garlic would mingle so well! Really yummy. The sauce was appetizing ;)
That meal sure warm me up! ^^
It's gonna be spring soon... but it still snows sometimes! Weather here is crazy @_@

Cmate March 15, 2009 at 7:29 PM  

Deep fried mushrooms! Wow! Haven't seen one of those or heard of them. Looks good.. gotta give it a try someday.

Good review!

~Christine~Leng March 17, 2009 at 9:03 AM  

hello! Thanks for visiting :)
I usually have deep fried abalone mushroom back in Msia. This was the first time I savoured these deep fried mushroom balls.

Do try k! ^^ I think Chili's or TGIF has it ;P

Katie March 26, 2010 at 9:06 AM  

Wow, those mushroom balls look absolutely delicious! I've never tried them before and I bet they pair wonderfully with the garlic sauce, yum! Oh and I can't go past carbonara - that's my favourite pasta dish and yours looks delicious!

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