We went there for lunch on our first day. Fresh pasta & pizza were delicious. The garlic bread was an added plus.
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We ate here as part of a small group. It was recommended by our guide and we weren't disappointed, in fact, we ate here twice in the four days we were in Amalfi. Everyone in the group was happy with their meals on both nights...More
We were not sure where to eat as we arrived to find that the cruise ship had unloaded and the town was full of people. By luck my children noticed that Da Maria's was air conditioned and wanted to cool off. We are glad we...More
We left Napoli two days ago expecting a beautiful time, but possibly a step down in food. Until we found this restaurant, courtesy of our Hotel concierge, we had been correct, and even a bit disappointed in the coast's culinary abilities. But Da Maria exceeded...More
An Amalfitano suggested this restaurant to us. We almost didn't go in, because it really doesn't look like much, but the food is excellent. We had scampi and carbonara, and both were delicious. The service was professional and friendly. I was happily surprised in this...More
After being disappointed a few times in the southern Italian cooking we encountered in Amalfi, we did find "Da Maria," where we ate twice. At last I was able to eat a classic very good spaghetti with clams dish. The fresh fish, orata, ricciola, etc....More
We had the prosciutto pizza and the Prima Vera. The prosciutto one tasted good but the meat was actually ham, not prosciutto. The Prima Vera was average. We had been in Naples for 2 days beforehand, so just a bit underwhelmed by these pizzas.
We had a reasonably priced lunch of the best pizza we have had during our recent visit to the amalfi coast. Staff very helpful and accomodating Recommened to us by a local lady who said that they were good for pizzas- not disappointed