Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Acciaroli including Braceria Marsili, 'a Tartana, Ci.Bo - Cilento food Boutique, Il Veliero, Agriturismo Al Sentiero, Agriturismo Capalia, Portobello. Dall'alba al Tramonto, Anema E Pizza, Mediterraneo, Luca e la Lucciola
Things to do in Acciaroli
4 based on 186 reviews
Food was very good but wait was around one hour +. Located on a Main Street that is closed to traffic but can get a little noisy perhaps when there is entertainment on weekends. There is a section of the restaurant that takes reservations and this maybe the best bet if you want to have a more quiet dinner. Good choice for families with older children or couples.
3 based on 740 reviews
This restaurant sits not close to the sea, but in the sea! You have to see it to believe it. The construction dates back to the sixties, when planning permits had only symbolic value... The food is good, service was a bit slow, but the view is amazing!
4 based on 84 reviews
We really wanted to have a pizza night with my family and friends (who are from Irpinia) ... we were first attracted by the name of this pizzeria...Anema E Pizza (soul and pizza).. beautiful and relaxed, great service and ... if you want to enjoy an absolutely delicious pizza ... this is the place ... you can find traditional ones and very interesting ones...in any case, the ingredients are delicious and the service caring and quick even on a busy night... and donât forget to try their digestives..the have homemade ones to die for! Great job guys! Weâll be coming back! Felici di leggere tali complimenti da persone come voi, vi aspettiamo presto nella perla del Cilento sicuri di poter fare ancora di meglio.. alla prossima!
4 based on 178 reviews
Fantastica Location, lounge bar, pizzeria, bistro' sulla Banchina Del Porto a due metri dal mare. Fantastic Location, lounge bar, pizzeria, bistro 'on the Port.
Wonderful location, excellent food especially seafood, Gaetano the owner is a great and funny person, thanks again
4 based on 136 reviews
The food at Agriturismo Capalia is superb. In our experience, the meat is succulent and accompanied by juicy sauces and the vegetables are flavoured with herbs. In particular I would mention the tender weed that they pick from the herb garden that adds a
In the course of researching places to eat while staying in Cilento (Having dined at the fantastic Al Frantoio and wanting the same kind and quality of dining experience) I stumbled across Agriturismo Capalia on a blog talking about food in the area. There was no information as to the location of the place, only a phone number. I rang the number and arranged for us to meet with one of the owners at a service station on the main coast road just outside Acciaroli. He guided us up the hill to the agriturismo, which is located in a wonderfully lush and atmospheric valley above Acciaroli. We were seated outside and the whole family immediately introduced themselves. In the kitchen were the matriarch of the family and her daughter, with waiting and grilling duties being taken up by sons, daughters and grandchildren. From the first bite the food was simple, authentic and delicious. Everything being used was generated on the property, from the wine to the olive oil, from the cheese to the meat. We ate a type of wholemeal pizza bread I had never eaten before, which tasted amazing. All the pasta was made to order, all the salad fresh out of the garden, we saw it being picked. We saw the eggs being collected. This whole enterprise is operated with a deep love and understanding of the Cilentani way of life. A lot of the restaurants in this region create very nice, good tasting Italian food, but a lot of it can be had elsewhere for less money and of a higher quality. There is a preponderance of places claiming to make 'special' seafood dishes which, if you come from a seafood producing nation as I do, are really nothing to write home about. Places like Capalia are few and far between in the Cilento. Do yourself a favour and experience the culinary skills of a family born and bred in the region, who understand exactly what they are doing and are not out to make a quick buck. It cost us 50 Euros for 4 courses each, including a bottle of wine. Brilliant! Spread the word.
4 based on 324 reviews
Acciaroli is the gem of Cilento, except for its restaurants which mostly left the path of local traditions to embrace a sort of posh modern-style."Al Sentiero" lays on the hills, a 10min drive from the beach, but you can't miss it. Its cuisine is firmly rooted in the centennial tradion of this area, it uses mostly ingredients from their organic farm, included the goats' milk turned into a special cheese. Among everything, don't miss its "antipasti", pasta dishes and the home made dessert.The cavatelli pasta (a sort of small local "gnocchi") is hand made daily, one by one...nowadays is a privilege to eat them!The "al sentiero" (whip cream and chocolate) cake is a godsend. Maybe coccoa is one the few ingredients not from the farm surrounding the restaurant.Expect no frills and don't rush, just sit down and eat as in a local family on sunday.At night, in the summer, the cool breeze makes this place even more enjoyable.This small restaurant is a landmark for its capacity of preserving traditions and the family-style.Its prices are absolutely low, every meal is great value deal.
4 based on 485 reviews
The typical Italian cuisine with the best ingredients of the Mediterranean diet
This seems to be a place where people with yachts go. I had a wonderful pasta (seppia) and they offered fantastic desserts. One of the more expensive restaurants in town, considering that they charge 10 percent for service (servizio) and on top of that 2 euro per person for "coperto".
4 based on 67 reviews
Piccola food boutique e vineria dedicata alla vendita e alla degustazione di prodotti enogastronomici di eccellenza esclusivamente cilentani. Proposte semplici e fresche come aperitivi, freselle o taglieri possono essere gustate su un terrazzino vista mar
We couldn't do this place justice as we were short of time because we had to get to a train. The food is beautifully prepared and presented and the young woman whose place it is was very earnest and knowledgeable. She clearly loves food and knows the local produce. We had organic prosecco which was unexpectedly cloudy and tasted yummy. Definitely recommend you go here with more than an hour to spare!
4 based on 604 reviews
This nice Restaurant is located a side street above the harbor. We were overwhelmed by the friendliness of the waiters. The courses are delightful and the seafood fresh from the day. We had a mixed antipasto and then a course with pasta. The meals were delightful. This is. Highly recommended!
4 based on 245 reviews
We had lunch here during our visit to the lovely Acciaroli village. The place is minimal with focus on food to go but they also serve the few tables outside. The choice is quite large. My wife opted for grilled veal while I devoured most of the available vegetables. The ortolana and the zucchini scapece were delicious as also the alici maruzzella. The service was quick and very friendly. The price was a bargain considering the top quality of the food. Do not miss it!
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