I liked everything about this quaint restaurant. Delicious food, bread, drink, and service was impeccable.
an unpretentious little restaurant in Piazza Cota, with four tables outside and more inside. the proprietor, Nino, and the waitress, are cheerful and welcoming, with just enough English. it's next door to the town's fish shop, so fish dishes are really god and fresh. there's a blackboard propped on the pavement with four dialy specials such as spaghetti with scampi... More
We went on the recommendation of Rachele, our B&B hostess, and she did not steer us wrong! Nino's spaghetti with clams was so good - perfectly al dente and seasoned, with really fresh seafood. One of my top dining experiences in my three weeks in Italy.
On a recent trip to Rome and Piano di Sorrento, my B&B host recommended i visit Aglio & Olio for fresh pasta. I was so happy to eat there! I had a delicious pomodoro bruschetta, excellent spaghetti with tomatoes, olive oil, basil, garlic, and other spices which made the sauce delicious. The pasta was cooked just right and was so... More
We stayed 3 nights at Casa Rachele in Piano di Sorrento and ate at Nino's "Aglio & Olio" 2 of those 3 nights. Kiara and Nino were so kind and friendly they made us feel very welcome. Nino's frutti di mare ( fruit of the sea) was fabulous and his meatballs the best I have ever tasted. My husband and... More
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