Reviews on International food in Amalfi Coast, Province of Salerno, Italy. Stretching along the southern side of Italy's Sorrentine Peninsula, the Amalfi coast dazzles with its mysterious grottos, craggy cliffs and shimmering bays. Grab a seat on the sea side of a regional bus to soak up views on the fabled route from artsy Positano to Amalfi. Ravello offers some respite from the crowds, plus the stunning Villa Cimbrone, which overlooks the Bay of Salerno. The historic section of Sorrento has winding streets filled with craftspeople. Capri is only a hydrofoil or ferry ride away.
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4 based on 2374 reviews
Partiamo dalla cucina perche crediamo che la qualita delle nostre pietanze sia il fondamentale elemento del nostro ristorante. Il nostro scopo diventa di farvele gustare a casa nostra nel ristorante conosciuto come IL RITROVO.
Pre planned sit down lunch for 32 Family and Friends. Timely service, beautiful presentation, diverse tasting plate, and a panoramic view to top it off. The kitchen and servers made us feel like it was a family dinner. Will try some of the menu offerings that were flowing out of the kitchen on our next trip.
4 based on 209 reviews
Definitely make arrangements to come here for a romantic sunset cocktail. We did order the zucchini blossoms which were delicious. We planned to have dinner here, however, the rest of the menu didnât appeal to us. The service was excellent and the cocktails were delicious. We did feel that they were quite pricey given all the ice that came in the drink. Price would not have been a factor otherwise.
4 based on 505 reviews
We came here for a special honeymoon appertivo and dinner. We came to and from via their free shuttle bus, which was a nice touch, to a spectacular property. Appertivo on the terrace was amazing and by far the highlight. The drinks (mine was the peach bellini) were great and the views were STUNNING as the sun was setting on the sea and Positano. We went for our dinner reservation at ZASS and were promptly seated. Service was top notch and everyone was very nice. The sommelier greeted us and helped us with our wine selection. Our table had an amazing view where we could see fireworks from Praiano for San Gennaro. Unfortunately, it all comes down for me with the food. I've eaten at Michelin star restaurants before and the food here was not up to PAR to deserve a star. Although the food was decent, nothing blew our minds. For $450, one would expect a lot. We started with the pizza appetizer- tasty. Then the grilled octopus, the lobster tempura, lemon lobster pasta - all tasty but nothing mind blowing, inventive, or memorable. Lastly, the catch of the day, salt crusted, was under-seasoned needing salt despite being salt crusted- very peculiar. Nothing here was very creative, inventive, surprising, or unique in quality/flavor the way I usual experience at Michelin restaurants... and If one is aiming for simple and traditional instead- make it the BEST there is. Unfortunately, ZASS failed to meet either culinary styles. We recently had the most tender, mind blowing octopus by the beach for a fraction of the price, lobster pasta at a restaurant even more delicious for less.Overall, I hate to rate Zass so low but the value for money here is not great... Especially after we had other amazing meals in Positano that took our breath away. I'm afraid you pay for the ambiance, views, and service here and the food is nothing to write home about. I would say it's worth it to come here fo a beautiful appertivo with views but the food at dinner was not worthy of 1 michelin star.We thank you for openly expressing your experience, Josephine. We take into great account our guests' expectations and your words will be of help when focusing on our goals.
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