I have a theory about Positano restaurants.
The better the view - the more expensive the food and the poorer the quality (for example, Cafe Positano). The worse the view - the cheaper the food and the better the quality (because the restaurant has to try harder to win customers and it can only do this by providing the best service and food, at cheaper prices).
Hence, at the wine-dark house, you have a winning combination.
Situated in an awkward lane-way, but with a pleasant outside courtyard, this restaurant serves great food, reasonably priced with a smile.
My wife had a very simple (but delicious) eggplant parmigiana and I had a seafood spagetti. I would recommend both dishes.
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