Reviews on Mediterranean food in Massa Lubrense, Province of Naples, Italy. Massa Lubrense is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Naples in the Italian region Campania, located about 25 km southeast of Naples. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 13,404 and an area of 19.7 km².
Things to do in Massa Lubrense
4 based on 620 reviews
Trattoria dei Mori offers an authentic dining experience in a relaxed ambience, with menus based on seasonality and the best local ingredients. In the historic center of Sorrento, you'll find good appetizers, typical pasta dishes, great seafood, and meats
We visited this restaurant twice during our 4 day in Sorrento, I ordered the seafood pasta on our first visit which was amazing, on the second visit I had the ravioli filled with shrimp which didn't disappoint! The service was attentive and the restaurant had a lovely atmosphere.I would recommend this place.
4 based on 276 reviews
Stayed in Marina Del Lobra for a week beginning of September and were regular visitors to Angeloâs lovely bar.Perfect setting overlooking the Marina with stunning sunsets every night.Service and food were excellent. We loved the informal setting while we relaxed with a drink and enjoying the freshly prepared food. Prices on both food and drink very reasonable. We will always remember Angeloâs for excellent service, food,and stunning sunsets.
5 based on 344 reviews
Fuoro51 is a wine bar and restaurant where you can buy, taste and select wine with typical products of the highest quality Mediterranean cuisine.
Fuoro 51 is a modern wine bar and restaurant. The food is inventive and very well presented. Our waiter was very knowledgeable and we left it to him to recommend wine pairings by the glass for each dish we ordered. We were not disappointed. There were more locals than tourists in the place which we always take as a good sign.
5 based on 541 reviews
Don't be fooled by the title of Bistro, this is a proper restaurant with tableclothes and immaculate service. It's a little way out of Sorrento, go by taxi don't try to walk the road is quite dangerous and narrow. The kitchen is ambitious, the food beautifully prepared; the kitchen is open to the dining room so the food preparation is on show so quite theatrical. The food is strong on fish and seafood which is to be expected given it's location but meat is it's speciality. Extensive wine list, very friendly staff.
5 based on 411 reviews
Will be close from the 12th of November 2019 to the 01st of April 2020. They open the doors of 'elevator and here is the Vittoria Terrace. The gaze is lost in the blue of sea and sky and the horizon Vesuvius stands in all its majesty. An appetizer, a dinn
Visited Terrazza Vittoria last year for my Birthday and just couldnât wait to get back this year. Food was perfect, staff were wonderful and views amazing!I often talk about good restaurants but this really is exceptional!If you are looking for that special place, we have found it for you, it is the Terrazza Vittoria you will not be disappointed!
5 based on 167 reviews
The traditional recipes that we offer are unique for the choice of ingredients, the ways and times of preparation and dishes with which they are prepared and served. We propose a journey through these dishes of sea and land composed of fresh and organic i
The MenÃ¼ is not a long one, but we asked about the seafood and the starter as well as main courses were very tasty, fresh and special. A little cosy restaurant, with pleasant service, the local wine recommended was indeed to suit the meal. Tender desert completed the pleasant dinner. Thank you, we really enjoyed it!
4 based on 735 reviews
The restaurant "Il Fienile" is located in Massa Lubrense, near Sant'Agata sui due golfi. Inaugurated in June 2012 after having restructured an old barn of family. Surrounded by nature and overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, is the perfect location for a dini
A Lovely family story adds to the charming authenticity of this venue. Their Outside stone dining terrace is Fienile (Bar)Giaccomoâs Grandfather farm has been converted to a restaurant using old stones,timbers etc. The preparation of food incorporates local 1st quality fish,bread,pasta,meats,deserts which certainly all key to a terrific dinner that was served with efficiency & warmth...their branded Agnlianaco house wine was delicious. BTW..the owners provided transportation to/from our nearby hotel.
5 based on 101 reviews
From the merger of Gocce di Capri Restaurant & Route 66 Pub our new Bistrot is born. A place where you can taste the dishes expertly cooked by our Chef Francesco Mastellone or simply drink a cocktail prepared with love by our Barman Mario Mastellone. The
We stayed in a hotel just around the corner from the Bistrot. Although we were on half board, we enjoy sampling local restaurants whenever we are on vacation.Hands up, we do rely somewhat on Tripadvisor if we don't know the locale, so we thought that the Bistrot sounded good. It was!We both like different wines, and after speaking with our waiter, who was extremely knowledgeable about his wines by the glass, settled on a nice red and a nice white. Lovely!I had the fillet steak - cooked to medium perfection - with delicious sliced and flash fried potatoes, also delicious. My wife had the fish, again, delicious.If you are in Sant'Agata, don't hesitate to give it a try. You won't be disappointed!
5 based on 389 reviews
We booked for our wedding anniversary whilst on holiday, for the romantic sunset on the balcony. Unfortunately because of the wind strength we had to be indoors (but still by the panaramic windows). Excellent view regardless. Even better food. Even better service. There are enough reviews already singing the praises. They are correct. What did suprise me was the size of the portions, normally the more up-market the smaller the portion size. Not here, true Italian size as well as Italian quality. Finally my thanks to the staff for the special final course "Happy Anniversary" in chocolate on the plates and a flambe session at the table. Being English we were embarrassed (in a good way). The rest of the restaurant were entertained.
5 based on 1377 reviews
Absolutely one of the best meals we have ever had - and we have been around the block. Lovely service, fabulous wine (an unbelievable 45 euros for a bottle!) I had the baked egg surrounded by ricotta cream and truffles, and the pasta with mackerel. And then they gave us a bazillion desserts. The wine cellar is spectacular.
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