After a long and mostly wet walk we arrived here for lunch. We had been advised that the lunch was good value, (25 euros each) and that the family did not speak much english. We were welcomed by the youngest daughter whose english was in fact quite good. She immediately lit the fire to dry us out and brought us a hair dryer. Whilst her mother and sister started preparing lunch she gave us a tour of the farm buildings. We saw where they make sun-dried tomatoes, Limoncello, cheeses, wine, olive oil etc etc. Lunch was amazing. We were brought carafes of their own red and white wines and of course some water, and then the plates started to arrive. Bruscheta, picked cucumber, roasted vegatables, salami, ham, cheese and bread, all home prepared. We thought that was it but after the plates were cleared a pasta course arrived. Home made ravioli with ricotta. This was followed by some pork ribs and cheese roasted in lemon leaves. A bowl of fresh figs and peaches with limoncello, lemon cream liqueur and fennel liqueur finished the meal. We had a mostly downhill,(thankfully), walk into Positano afterwards which was accomplished slowly and with much giggling. This was an authentic Italian experience which was the highlight of out holiday. They are great people and brought a refreshing change to the overpriced and touristy restaurants that somtimes leave a sour taste and a large hole in the wallet.
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