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Good (very simple) lemon juice but priced at an outrageous level, 7 euros. The only ingredients are ice and lemon juice, it just does not justify the price. The prices are hidden in the store, so you only notice it once you have ordered.
this is located directly under the church in the main square in Amalfi. a tiny little stand that can be easy to miss. but if you want a quick bite, it's perfect. i'm always skeptical of places that are in the heart of touristy areas,...More
These guys are artisans. There are 3 different gelato flavours: lemon made from juice, lemon made with juice and zest, and blood orange. That’s it. And you know what, they nailed every one of them, real fruit and amazing Amalfi citrus. We browsed other places...More
Fresh, delicious, and great service! We stumbled upon this place but were immediately enticed by what it had to offer. The fresh squeezed juice was a bit on the pricier side but you can think of it as a healthy alternative to your glass of...More
This lemon ice is the best (or maybe the only one) I have ever had. During my 5 day stay in Amalfi I had a big cup of lemon ice every day, realizing that back home I can not find this anymore. Amazing taste.
I struggled with how to rate this stop. Owner was very friendly, treats were delicious on a hot day and there are a few chairs outside to sit and eat. However, prices aren't posted and as others have mentioned it was extremely expensive.
I tried the yellow one made with rind / zest, the pale one made with juice plus the lemon+strawberry one it was OMG SO GOOD I went back and had seconds and spent almost 10 Euro but it was so worth it. The owner says...More
The shop is quite popular maybe due to the hot weather. There were a good five people queuing outside so I was tempted to see what the fuss was about. Ordered a lemon sorbet and it was 5 euros! Honestly if I had asked first...More