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Our family of six had a lunch break here in the middle of our islands boat tour. We all love gnoochi so we all ordered it and it was the best I’ve ever eaten, and this comes from a guy who was raised on his...More
We moored the boat in the beach in front. Boatman picking us up Nicola was excellent. Food and service excellent in a white beach club with excellent views. Unfortunately owner is very selfish and rude - probably due to the place success- staff is perfect,...More
This is our go-to spot in Capri - the restaurant and the area right below the restaurant where you can rent chairs/umbrellas for the day and enjoy the beautiful views and water. If you are renting chairs for the day you can actually order food...More
I was very surprised to read some of the earlier reviews of this restaurant, as we found it to be excellent. It was arranged for us as part of our boat tour with Fernando's Boats, and we had a prime spot table in the restaurant...More
An absolutely delightful outdoor restaurant nestled in marina piccola. Stunning views overlooking the sea and fresh, delicious food. Be sure to sit on the ristorante side (rather than the cafe side which is much more casual).
I noticed that many reviewers tend to comment on...More
we ate here as part of a boat trip .... panini's all round ... tasty and certainly filled a hole. it's not the best in the world, but it has a boat service to and from the beach which is great .... no problems..
The food was not great. The service was even worse. People on the table next to us had been asking for some olive oil for a while. Got fed of waiting so they walked over and picked it up. Waiter arrived and shouted at them....More
Having been on a trip of a lifetime I’m sad to say this meal left a taint on our only day/night in Capri and, disappointingly, our trip as a whole...
Da Gioia (translating to “By Joy”) was neither joyful, positive or happy. Our first waiter...More