We were part of a group of about 30 who had booked lunch at this restaurant while ashore for the day from our cruise ship.
The drive up the steep and winding road is not for the faint hearted, particularly when you meet oncoming traffic head on, but once you are in the restaurant the view of the Amalfi coast is breathtaking. We were seated in a private open air terrace with a pleasant breeze wafting through.
First came the antipasto, had to have been 10-12 different dishes. When the plate was empty out came another. Should also mention that there was lots of red and white house wine on the table as well as sparkling water for those who preferred it. The wine was excellent and replaced as often as necessary.
Next, the pasta course, a wonderful ravioli, as well as several other pastas, all perfectly sauced. On top of all this were tray after tray of desserts. There wasn't anything left so we'll assume they were all delicious. Of course to put this into perspective one has to remember that we're talking about people from a cruise ship, pour undernourished things.
The restaurant had the nerve to charge 25 euros pp for this repast. Strangely enough we didn't hear any complaints, just a few satisfied sighs as we all climbed back into our vehicle for the trip back to reality.