Great food, questionable service!. A recent sunny Wednesday evening, my wife and I celebrated our 26th wedding anniversary at Amborsia. The food, as usual, was wonderful. I enjoyed a family recipe chicken dish while my wife enjoyed the spinach ravioli. Unfortunately, Ambrosia management continues to subject their patrons to "Mama." "Mama" is a wonderful old lady who needs to turn the control over to a friendly person to greet their guests and who can assist the servers provide good service. Mama berated our server for not clearing a table fast enough while my wife and I waited patiently for our long overdue salads. The resturant can't even provide the servers a water/table support person. I was told "Mama only allows extra help on the weekend." Patrons are required to find Mama to be seated, who growls at you like you are putting her out. Its time for Ambrosia to get with the program and provide a level of service that matches the prices they charge.
Broad Ripple's best bet for authentic Italian..
Enjoy authentic Italian in the casual comforts of this busy Broad Ripple eatery. This family-owned-and-operated restaurant has been dishing out secret family recipes for more than 25 years. House specialties include ravioli stuffed with spinach and cheese and tender beef tenderloin drenched in creamy portobello-chianti sauce. Seating is plentiful and the well decorated private room is perfect for smaller intimate gatherings.
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