This restaurant (The Cloister) is just to the side of the Cathedral steps. There's quite a reasonable sized interior but we sat in the narrow open alleyway just beneath the main interior. Though there's no view, I'd recommend the menu here over the restaurant just a few steps down which is very, very touristy but has the advantage of being able to see the square below. Your choice; view or food!
I had to call the waiter from inside the restaurant to serve us (they can't see you from the inside). We had grilled anchovies with melted cheese, deep fried which is a typical local dish followed by swordfish, sea bass with potatoes dauphinoises and a salad. Washed down with water and half a bottle of Taburno Falanghina 2010 white wine. The bill came to 57 Euros without tip.
It started to rain so we (and our friendly waiter) took our food inside and ate there. No problem and we met a charming Canadian family at the table next to us.
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