Find out what Southern-Italian restaurants to try in Lettere including Villa Palmentiello, La Taverna Dell'orso, Pizzeria da Iolanda, Masseria Gabriele, Agriturismo Terra e Sapori, Sapori dei Monti Lattari, La Bettola del Pescatore Vic' Stritt', Casa Scola Ristorante, Blu' Mari', Trammiere
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4 based on 792 reviews
I have eaten a lot of pizza in my life and my expectations were very high but they were surpassed at Trammiere!A very informal no frills kind of place with a legendary pizzaiolo/host who made us feel more than welcome. Based on looks, you would not expect much, but on taste it delivers. Antonio really is a Maradona of pizzaoli. Best of all, not expensive at all. Well worth to get out of Napoli or visit after touring Pompeii.
4 based on 486 reviews
Fresh lobster fresh fish excellent service reasonably priced. We had a couple antipasti with fresh Mozzarella grilled vegetables and Salata verde all were greatFor secundi we had lobster risotto I actually got to see the waiters pulling the lobster out of the water bring him to my table for confirmation and then it was served in s beautiful battery risottoFor Primi we had a beautiful fresh Sea Bas about 3 lb. grilled with some olive oil it was great. One little story about this town, I found a place to park but didnât have coins for the meter. As I walk in I asked if they can help me with coins and they said absolutely. A local couple who just getting ready to leave after they finished dinner offered to help me with the meter. He walk with me leaving his wife to wait at the restaurant. I wasnât sure why he wanted to do that but he explained as we are walking back to the car that before you can enter the coins you have to punch in the numbers on your license plate. If you donât do that you can get the coins in. The menus is only in Italian so he thought he can save me the trouble. What a nice gesture.
4 based on 154 reviews
Casa Scola is located in the medieval village of Castello, in the city of Gragnano, renowned throughout the world for the production of the excellent IGP Pasta. The company produces grapes and wine Gragnano D.O.C. sparkling red, sparkling white table wine
Me and my partner passed through Gragnano on our way to the Amalfi Coast in September and were told to come eat at this very beautiful and charming little place. If we had more time we would have loved to have stayed, as the settings truly were breathtaking but lunch was perfect enough for us.Although this hotel is not an easy find; having to drive through the one way streets, finding tiny turnings and driving up a very steep and cobble road/path, the wait & search was well worth it.One of the most hospitable experiences of my life, having turned up at about midday and being told that they were closed for lunch, the lovely lady who seemed to not only be the chef but also the house keeper, porter, receptionist, you name it, told us that she would cook us lunch and hoped we didn't mind having the restaurant to ourselves and if the local produce was ok for us, then she would whip something together for around 1pm. To our amazement, we could only but take up her offer, as she seemed more than happy to accommodate us as we were only on a short visit.Everything we got given was delicious and huge ahha! To start with, we had an antipasti board of ham and cheese, along with bruschetta, some zucchini, aubergines, peppers, bread and a lovely bottle of white wine from their vineyards. To follow we had the best pasta that can be made from Gragnano with pomodoro and more bread, Then for dessert my partner had a chocolate mouse, which was a struggle to fit in but he did it!!After this we went to pay and bought a few homemade jams, truffle fettucine, limone linguine and these amazing pasta shells, for which we will use for Ragu once back in England.All together the bill came to 70 euros, we gave a 10 euro tip and left with full belly's, smiles and the desire to go back the next time we visit that area of Italy again. Once again Italy proves that not only do they sell some of the best produce in the world but their love for sharing and caring for something they have lived all their lives for, makes visits like these so magical and something I would love to see more in England!!! Grazie mille
4 based on 370 reviews
We found this small restaurant almost hidden away but worth finding. The two-person staff (chef & server) were very friendly, welcoming us as if we were regulars, despite it being our first time. The food was beautifully prepared and very good fish. It's a terrific place that makes you feel you are eating at someone's home with all the personal care, yet with the flair & style of a high-end restaurant.
4 based on 159 reviews
Simply the best. Staff, food, atmosphere. Too much good food home made, very very very good wine, beautiful service... Simply 10 +.
4 based on 570 reviews
This restaurant is a gem and best kept secret in the area of Pompei. Everything is made from scratch or grown in their property. The fresh baked mini-breads (3-4 kinds) served along with the croquettes were delicious. We ordered a la carte instead of the prix fixe as we are not big eaters. We ordered one seafood antipasto, one vegetable antipasto (I think itâs called âproduto di mi ortoâ, which means âproduce from my gardenâ), one seafood pasta and one seafood secondi (the fried pesca). Everything was delicious. The house wine is made by the chefâs father, Luigi! The seafood is of first quality and the freshest. The fried gamberetti melts in your mouth. The produce from his garden was literally at least 6 vegetables, each one so beautifully prepared and so tasty. As much as we wanted, we couldnât eat dessert as the dishes are well served and it was too much food for 2 of us. However, we took the liqueur, which was liqueur of artichoke made by Luigi! Fantastic! My daughter had a scoop of gelato de limone and it was the best gelato Iâve ever tasted (after eating lots of them throughout Tuscany). This is a true family restaurant with genuine Italian hospitality. I think Luigi doesnât speak English, but not to worry, because there are always a way of communicating when you share the passion for good food and when you have an open mind. You can watch the chef cook through the glassed kitchen, and he will appreciate if you to stop by to say Hello. Total bill came to â¬62, which was more than fair for the quality of food. They are so fair charging the water, wine and coberto, way below many places weâve been and even at our hotel. I think the prix fixe is btw â¬30 and â¬40, depending if you want meat or seafood. This is so reasonable, I canât emphasize enough until you taste it. This is food of Michelin grade, a true gem that canât be missed if you are staying in the Pompei area.
4 based on 102 reviews
4 based on 1017 reviews
I love pizza, I've eaten pizza in dozens of countries and different places throughout Italy during my stay there... This place was so amazing I literally ate there all 3 nights I stayed in the city. I wish they delivered to my house now.I also wish I would have grabbed one of there cool shirts that all the employees have.They make pizzas right in the front of the building and pretty much everyone in the area goes to this place so you know its good. I waited for 2 hours once on the weekend with issue for this amazing pizza, I'd wait even longer if I had to.
4 based on 169 reviews
Went there on our last visit to Italy, Looked for a restaurant, the service was great and we revisited two days later. Lovely foo and the family that run it are very friendly and helpful. Surely recommended, Malta
4 based on 431 reviews
Dinner at Villa Palmentiello was an unforgettable experience. The first words of appreciation go to the MaÃ®tre de Salle. Kind, friendly and knowledgeable! Well beyond knowledge. Putting passion, pleasure, heart and soul into his mÃ©tier. The food was fabulous, presented to the most accurate detail and, as the dishes would come to the table, the MaÃ®tre de Salle would be there, explaining the dish and giving suggestions.The wine and many of the products used in the preparation of the meal were produced locally, at the property, as this is an "agriturismo". The supporting staff were very professional and efficient, attentive to our needs and committed to making the evening a very special occasion.The view is fantastic. Our thanks and congratulations to the MaÃ®tre de Salle, the Chef and the supporting staff for this unforgettable evening. Highly recommended!
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