The food was nothing special and it was very expensive. The decoration of tge place is very confuse..
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Went here twice during our 5 day stay. The seafood risotto was amazing and huge!! The pesto gnocchi was such a fresh bright green. Absolutely amazing. On the second visit one of the dishes was the fresh made in house black fettuccine pasta...again excellent.
You must experience this! They bake the Bronzino in a salt dome that must have been ten pounds of salt. They had to smack it with a hammer. It was superb! Lots of ambience. The owner /cook has a large hanging mustache. They speak English....More
We were in a Holland America excursion through Monterosso, one of the 5 villages of Cinque Terra. Our guide gave some free time to shop and or eat lunch after our tour and suggested thus place. She must have gotten a kick back fir suggesting...More
Wasted two hours with large tour groups taking precedence over us and others who were seated before them. Rude owner/manager woman who bossed her employees around. The wait staff from Dominican Republic were the best asset of the place. Skip this place, there way too...More
Our server could have been a little more excited about her job, but the food made up for her lack of customer service skills. If you like good food without a lot of banter, this is the place.
This place is lovely. The service is great and the vibe is fantastic. That said, my hubby is not a seafood lover. In most places, this is only a problem for him - ha ha. But at Al Pozzo, it limited my food choices considerably....More
Ristorante Al Pozzo is about as far from the beach area of Monterosso as you can get, but it is well worth the walk. My wife and I had lunch there at the behest of a guide, who told us it was the only restaurant...More
We chose this restaurant for lunch based on a recommendation in the Rick Steve's book and we all love seafood. It was wonderful! One in our party had the mussels & clam in a tomato sauce & he was in 7th heaven, said it was...More