We stayed here for 5 nights in the Margerita room. Romollo checked us in, he speaks good English and we found him to be very helpful. The room itself is clean and comfortable with an amazing view of the amalfi coast but I would recommend asking for either of the other two rooms as their balconies are much larger. Breakfast was delicious, it consists of croissants, proschuitto, cheese and bread.
We ate in the restaurant twice. It is split into two levels (same menus in each): the first night we visited the upper restaurant. The food was delicious, well priced (considering we also ordered wine) and good service.
Later in the holiday we visited the ground floor restaurant, as it is usually much busier and has more of an atmosphere. This night we were not so impressed. The food did not seem to be of the same standard, despite the fact that lots of locals were also eating in the restaurant. However, we noticed all the locals were eating pizza and it is a Pizzeria by name so I think perhaps they don't do other food so well. At the end of our meal we asked for the dessert menu and instead Pasquale (the owner) brought two cakes on a plate, we looked at him confused, about to say we hadn't ordered them and he made a gesture to say it's ok, these are on the house. We ate them, more out of politeness as we had only intended to order something light, to share between us. We saw him do the same thing to another couple on the next table - who explicitly said they were full and turned it down, but he insisted that they take it. So this reassured us that it was in fact a nice gesture and he must do it to everyone. Then we saw the same couple complaining when they got their bill. They were speaking in Italian so I can't be sure but it seemed that he had charged them for food they hadn't ordered.
We then asked for our bill and Pasquale came to our table with a calculator and a pad, wrote out a list in illegible writing, speaking in Italian the whole time, then wrote 70 EUR and circled it. We hadn't ordered any wine, technically we didnt order the desserts
and we'd only shared a starter and a main each so there was no chance it cost that much. Before we could even query it, Pasquale screwed up the bill, threw it to the side and walked away again, coming back with Limoncello. We asked for the bill again and this time he patted his pockets as though looking for it. He then got another piece of paper and wrote down 80 EUR. We both said 'no, bring the proper bill' at which point he came back over with his pad and calculator and wrote another bill coming to the total of 65 EUR. We were not impressed at all. The third bill was a lot closer to what it should have been but he charged us for the desserts that we didn't ask for and he also added a couple of euros to the price of the meal I'd ordered. We didn't eat in the restaurant again after that which is a shame because we would have eaten in there a lot more based on our pleasant experience the first evening.
Overall I would still recommend this restuarant to friends, as it is in a lovely location and we were generally happy with our stay but be very wary of accepting or agreeing to anything unless you have confirmed that they won't be a charge or find out exactly how much it will cost before accepting.
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