€50 for 2 antipasto is a little too much. We were at fault as we didn't ask for the menu and left it in their hands. Good food and service.
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We came across this place after getting off the bus. It looked liked a beautiful setting to have lunch and it was just that. They had an English version of the menu which was good considering this was on the outskirts of Naples. I ordered...More
We visited this place at July 2016. The view is AMAZING, the service was ok. But we ate the most delicious fish baked on lemon leaves. The side dishes, like baked potatoes and Parmesan eggplants were not so good or fresh. The friarielli was also...More
We visited Naples in early May, staying in the old part of the city. Our excellent guide recommended this spot. We found it a welcome respite from the chaos of Napoli. The outdoor seating gave us a view of the Amalfi Coast and Capri in...More
Whilst on the Hop on Hop off tour bus we noticed this restaurant overlooking the bay of Naples, Capri so walked back down the hill our table had panoramic views stunning the restaurant has been in the same family since 1933,the food was lovely a...More
Our new Neapolitan friends took us here. They have been coming for years. Fantastic views of Bay of Naples. Perhaps other reviewers have tasted better cuisine but as a new tourist in Naples itself I was impressed with the local sourcing (even the wine is...More
The title of this review says it all. Nothing to remember, taste-wise, but the lemon cello. You pay for the view which is magnificent.
The view from the terrace across the bay of Naples on a sunny February day was close to magical. It was even quite quiet, for Naples. Don't know about being a tourist trap as some have mentioned - all the other customers (and it was...More
This place is lovely. Unpretentious, make their own wine, grow their own veg. All good stuff. I would come back anytime.
Location: Posillipo Hill- beautiful hillside community for the wealthy of Naples. Huge, sweeping views of the Mediterranean sea. Restaurant is perched at the top of a cliff but they own all the surrounding land- many many acres going down to the sea full of apple...More