Friendly with good food and friendly service , worth a visit. Try the spegetti with garlic and tomato.
This was one of our favourite restaurants in Amalfi. We went out to dinner very early (the perils of traveling with a four-year-old) and they could not have been more accommodating. They set up a special table for us up the lane-way from the actual restaurant as we did not want to eat inside and, as it happened, the local... More
This restaurant (The Cloister) is just to the side of the Cathedral steps. There's quite a reasonable sized interior but we sat in the narrow open alleyway just beneath the main interior. Though there's no view, I'd recommend the menu here over the restaurant just a few steps down which is very, very touristy but has the advantage of being... More
This was a real ristorante tucked up a side street leading away from the side of the Duomo steps. We were the only ones in there for awhile but the older gentleman who I assume was the owner made us feel very welcome. Our steak and vegetables were good but the standout dish was the primi which was "Paccheri pesca... More
We spent 11 days in Italy and had two big meals per day. This restaurant was one our favorite. The food and service were both great.
Great simple Italian restaurant less than a min walk from steps of duomo. Had simple lunch of caprese salad and then pasta. Both dishes were delicious. Waiting staff very friendly and helpful, meal was not expensive. Highly recommend as convenient lunch spot to rest weary feet, away from crowds of tourists less than fifty meters away.
The restuarant offers simple Italian food, quite average- the only thing that is woth mentioning is their vegetrian pizza that is a special pizza with anti pasti vegetables that aws a nice change. Other than that nothing special, no homemade pizza or any other treats
Food was excellent, fish is the speciality and the service very obliging and attentive, but the bill brought tears to my eyes even without any wine, Euro75 for a simple two course dinner for two.
Good location next the a busy bar, the cloister and the duomo. We had fun people watching. The food was fine. Nice prices.
I have been here twice,first in march of 2011,the owner herself took care of us, great experience excellent food,was back in April this year,had one of the worse waiter in Italy, he could not wait to get rid of us,he rushed all the food,very arrogant and obnoxious, he was asking if we wanted coffe while still waiting for main dinner.Food... More
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