Extremely annoyed. I went here with my pregnant wife. Asked for the fish of the day.. which he said was a large sea bass enough for 2. We asked if it was possible for a smaller version which he said was no problem... when the...More
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We went there by a recommendation from someone of hotel staff, the food was good but the service was rough ..not so as expected.
I have been to this restaurant 3 times so far for dinner and been staying in Amalfi for 15 days. I met some wonderful ladies from Australia at the N H Hotel Collection and ask them to be my and my son Nicholas guest to...More
Had dinner at this place last Tuesday, food was good (not extraordinary), price was average for Amalfi standard, service was fine. Only things was when we received the bill, they had included an extra dish which we did not order. After explaining to the waiter,...More
One travelling with family to such a touristic place like Amalfi expecta so-so food at a kind of expensive price, but La Taverna offered us amazing Calzone, spectacular spaghetti-prawns at a nice price...and amazing surprise in a beautiful town by an hones cook and good...More
Great pesto Gnocchi! Came here with the family on holiday and stumbled across the alfresco dining area. Ordered the pesto gnocchi and spinach and ricotta cannelloni. The gnocchi was amazing. Cannelloni was with a bachemal sauce and was also good.
I'm a young backpacker and while in almafi I wanted to splurge in a nice meal. I dressed up and decided to sit on the patio (the meals looked big and the atmosphere seemed nice). I was extremely mistaken. We had to ask multiple times...More
We did not set out to go to this restaurant but ended up here because the one we were going to was closed for lunch on that day. We were pleasantly surprised as their was an band playing old Neapolitan tunes which gave it an...More
This was the first and last restaurant that we visited in Amalfi. They had a marvelous mussels dish and soulfully satisfying soups. Service was good. This is a hidden gem as you walk up the main street it is almost at the top where the...More