A busy loud and fun cafe. Incredible snacks and deserts. I recommend taking the treats outside and enjoy some great people watching!!
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We stopped at Amalia Cafe on our way through St. Thomas after a week of boating through the BVI! Our waiter Mr. Griffin was the perfect addition to our amazing meal with his sense of humor and knowledge about epicurean standards. Everything from the refreshing...More
Food is authentic and delicious and the setting in Palm Passage is lovely if you sit out on the covered sidewalk. Have the paella for a group of people, it is well worth sharing.
We have lived on St Thomas for years, yet rarely go downtown. However, we now have a reason to go often. We discovered the Amalia Café a few months ago and it quickly became one of our regular dinner haunts. The food is outstanding (...More
We walked from the Boat Ferry to this very quaint setting for a great lunch. Food was very good. We had a group of 12 and got seated quickly. Everyone enjoyed their meal. There are also little shops/boutiques to explore before heading to the air...More
This quaint restaurant is tucked away down an alley but a great find. Excellent service and quality of food with a great selection of both tapas and entree dishes.
We visited Amalia Cafe during our family vacation to St. Thomas, and it stood out to us for so many reasons. It is a charming restaurant, with a bit of New Orleans/ European charm. We ate here the night before the restaurant closed for a...More