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Does the restaurant have an accessible-height sink in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
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Does this restaurant have one or more accessible parking spaces? These spaces include a wide access aisle, an accessible route to the building, and identified signage.YesNoUnsure
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It is a typical italian restaurant on the amalfi coast the location is even more than beautiful in a building of the xv century. the food ,natural and organic, comes strictly by the land coultivated directly by the owner. the great chef prepare everything with love, following the traditions and the rules of the typical way of cooking of the amalfi coast. our secrets:goodness, genuineness,hospitality,simplicity.
All reviews pasta branzino sea bass filet clams lemon cake antipasti tiramisu bread amalfi coast shuttle service amazing views catch of the day home grown wonderful evening path of the gods food was amazing
We had lunch here after hiking the path of the gods and it was a wonderful experience. Great views as you would expect given the location. Food was really good - had the tuna tartare appetizer, the grilled calamari salad and an eggplant dish that...More
This could be the worst piece of meat I have ever been served. It was poorly butchered and was predominantly bone and grisly. To fair my wife’s sea bream was acceptable if not great and others that we drove back with did rate their pasta...More
We had a phenomenal dinner here on our trip to positano. They come and pick you up! Go around 6 pm so you can see the sunset and the lights come on below. The food was exceptional. The pasta the steak everything was perfectly done....More
Long time reader 1st time reviewer. Having read previous trip advisor comments we were very excited for this meal. However unfortunately a few things let the experience down. We had our hotel book a day in advance (usually very reliable) for 1900 since we’d recently...More
Food was delicious, we got two starters and a main each with desert to follow- very good simple food!!
However it was overpriced considering we had no view even after requesting to move to a vacant table (we were refused for no reason) and then...More
Our hotel recommended La Terra and a shuttle came to pick us up. 30 minutes later we were way on top of the hill with the most amazing view of Positano. Definitely worth it if you’re able to swallow the cost. We had a glass...More
A little less known than its neighbor but has food with flair. The restaurant is kind enough to shuttle you to and from your hotel. The view at the end of the drive up the mountain is just special. The service was good, you'll need...More
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Once you make it to Nocelle (at the end of the Path of God), you’ll be in a small parking lot/bus stop. That is the start of the road that drives eventually down to Positano. Well, if you walk that road you’ll make it to “La... More
Once you make it to Nocelle (at the end of the Path of God), you’ll be in a small parking lot/bus stop. That is the start of the road that drives eventually down to Positano. Well, if you walk that road you’ll make it to “La Terra” in less than 10 minutes.