Rik-n-Nik's describes itself as "neighborhood italian" and it's a pretty accurate description. They serve the familiar Italian basics extremely well. They produce a really nice thin crust pizza.. The gnocchi were served with a homemade tomato sauce that had a nice flavor. They were not the lightest gnocchi I've ever had but the whole effect was really tastey and I gobbled it right up. My wife had the hand-layered Lasagna, which was covered with baked and melted cheese goodness all over the top. The combined weight of said bowl (with contents) felt like it was around 7 pounds. My wife ate roughly 2/3rds of the bowl before she was completely stuffed and couldn't even fathom another bite. Overall, we really enjoyed Rik-n-Nik's and look forward to coming back again soon.
Contrary to the previous review my experiences were wonderful. I am Italian an very picky going out for italian . Being used to authenic homemade Italian food. I was impressed and satisfied with everything at Amici's. As far as the wait I didn't think it took a long time. If you want your food super fast you'll need to go to a drive through. If you want a quality sit down to dinner Italian meal go to Amici's. I
Rik and Nik's is one of our favorite places to eat! Well technically we don't eat there, the deliver. The longest I ever had to wait is 50 minutes. I've waited 3 hours with other local places. The food is always hot and amazing! I can't recommend one dish, we like them all.