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The Mediterraneo is a little family run restaurant where we will take care of our guests in a nice, romantic but unformal atmosphere. We try to keep traditional flavors and recepies as first of all we do like eating.Using fresh seasonal products, we like to cook fish specialties, vegetables and "al dente" home-made pasta, the same way our grandmas used to.The right location for pre-wedding lunch.It's mostly a nice place where you can sit, eat and drink well, discussing of art or listening to good napolitan live music. Enzo always organises art exibitions, books presentation, wine tastings and music evenings.
Best meal of the trip so far after 7 nights. Lovely waiters, fantastic wine, excellent recommendations for food, and absolutely amazing flavours and good portion size. The seafood risotto was outstanding as was the seared tuna and seabass dish. We will come back again if...we are in Positano again.More
we tried 3 diferent restaurants for dinner and one for a big lunch - this was the best of the 3 for dinner (others were Fornillo & Cafe Positano). A very warm welcome and good service and the food was very good. We should have...eaten here on our last night but tried somewhere different...More
A great little spot just ~7 minutes up the road from the main downtown area in Positano. The food prices are great and the food is even better. The service was good too. You can sit inside or outside. In late October, it was still...high 60s, so we sat outside to enjoy the night. It was a great spot for some homey (not stuffy) Italian food. We ordered the sea bass and the linguine with Maine lobster. With a chocolate mousse for dessert.
The sea bass was delicious but the actual fish flavor was masked by the stewed tomatoes. The linguine has the entire half shell of the lobster. However, the claw meat was not there, so I think I got a little slumped on the lobster meat. However, it was still delicious. Ask for the chili oil. It was a great addition to my meal - just add directly to the food. Chili oil is red pepper flakes in olive oil. To finish, we ordered a three layer chocolate mousse which was divine. Overall, we would go back to this restaurant.
Please note that we went at the end of tourist season, so it was not busy and the roads and restaurants weren’t slammed with people.More
We had heard of this restaurant and decided to have lunch- it was spectacular- the sea bass melted in your mouth, the Risotto dish was amazing and the black and white spaghetti with fish and lemon sauce was fabulous! The three of us truly enjoyed...our meals and not expensive! Much better food than the restaurants on the beach! If you like fish, don’t pass this place up! Their house white wine was smooth and not too dry, I just love this restaurant! We will be back soon!More
Dinner for 5 asked if we had a reservation ? I don't think we needed one only a dozen people. Service was Ok food also ok but overpriced. the most expensive meal we had it Italy so far. We Saw the chef taking spaghetti out...of a packet !! that's not a great sign. wines were overpriced as well. Probably would not dine here again.More
Meals were extremely overpriced. House wine was good. Friendlier staff and better meals elsewhere. Spaghetti came out of a packet (I saw as is an open kitchen). When the pasta costs 18-20 euro, it should be home made.