Find out what Neapolitan restaurants to try in Cetara including Cetara Punto e Pasta, Pane e Coccos, La Frittura Del Golfo, Ristorante San Pietro, Il Cavaliere dei Conti, Divina Vietri Pizzeria, la cianciola, Ristorante 34 da Lucia, Al Limoneto, Il Piennolo
Things to do in Cetara
4 based on 32 reviews
This has got to be the best authentic Neapolitan pizza outside of Naples. What a find!Freshly made, the aroma of pizza hangs in the air. No frills just honest to goodness pizza and at great prices (given the coast of Amalfi prices). Pizza marinara was 5 euros, pomodoro/crudo/rocket was 8 euros. Beer looked reasonably priced although we actually opted for wine and some mineral water. Canât recommend highly enough. Ps although we didnât have the arancini, the table next to us did and they looked fab - next time perhaps.
4 based on 741 reviews
The personal, location, interior - everything truly Italian! Octopus, rissoto with seafood are execcelent , a lot of fresh seafood and fish everyday ) we are incredible happy that had few dinners in this restaurant) if you live somewhere near you need to visit this tasty restaurant
4 based on 1789 reviews
This is not in the general busy touristic area - and you have to make the effort to find it. The pasta and seafood dishes are very good and the service is friendly and efficient. We really enjoyed our lunch here and would happily go again.
3 based on 376 reviews
Ristorate Sulla Marina Di Cetara
We found this little local restaurant by asking some local residents for a good restaurant nearby. They told us to try La Cianciola. They said that it was less expensive than Al Convento, where we had eaten many times over numerous years.They were right. The food was excellent, the service great and the price was right. It is hiiden in a corner near the water and it is fantastic.
4 based on 651 reviews
La Pizzeria Divina Vietri, nasce dalla passione per una pietanza semplice e povera, tipica della tradizione napoletana e diviene poi prelibatezza, grazie allo studio ed al lavoro che ogni giorno impieghiamo nella ricerca dei prodotti di maggiore qualitÃ ,
Went based upon great TA reviews and did not disappoint! There are a lot of pizza restaurants but this was better - fresh, hot and tasty! Great location sitting outside, had the Diavolo and it was fantastic.
4 based on 331 reviews
Well, it's hard to believe that such a wonderful agriturismo...complete with friendly staff, all sorts of animals (horses, geese, goats, chickens, etc.), reasonably-priced nice rooms, and excellent home cooking all exists in a pretty touristic part of Southern Italy. The food is excellent and all local, the rooms are nice with amazing views of the sea, and you can fully enjoy the beautiful Amalfi coastline from this place, and on its several levels of terraced spaces. Some of the rooms have been carved out of the rock of the hillside. You will have to leave your car up above the place as the entry road is not very wide. They will take you and your bags to and from your car in their shuttle at no extra cost. Also included is a wonderful breakfast full of local cakes, coffee, yoghurt, etc., etc.
4 based on 815 reviews
A pleasent place to eat, staff talkative, a nice setting on a lovely warm evening, must have eaten there a few times.
4 based on 599 reviews
The best place in Cetara and probably the Costiera! After we found this place for dinner we came back for another lunch and dinner (and unfortunately we had to leave Cetara after). It is full of home made goodness matched with the best of cooking skills. We had all their frittura (fried dishes) -- mixed seafood, alici (anchovies), novellame (baby anchovies), the fried alici that are then marinated... they are all fried to perfection, warm, dry and crispy and my husband who has a sensitive gastric said that his stomach didn't hurt a single bit after. Their pastas took a while to cook (with fair warning from the waiters) because they are all prepared on the spot only after you order them and all of them deserve accolades -- we even had second servings of pasta sometimes. Top quality pasta from Gragnano is used. The ones we tried were: con colatura, il conventuale (with anchovies slow cooked until they melt and topped with pecorino cheese, walnuts and parsley), and con ragÃ¹ di mare (seafood stew). We also enjoyed the wine Pecorino and for dessert babÃ and grappa. The chef, who is 75 years old, shared that he goes out to the sea every morning at 4am to catch his own fish (esp alici) and prepare his own colatura di alici (anchovies "water" which is a specialty of his hometown) which he brews for 1.5 years. His daughter is the main server and she's funny and kind, we truly enjoyed our time there! With much love to the artist/chef Michele & his daughter Antonella, Anastasia & Paolo Note: do not feed 10-yr-old Lisa the beautiful brown cat that passes by, she has an owner!Thank's! - Grazie per il Suo contributo.
4 based on 850 reviews
Cetara is a lovely little town. Especially at night - when most tourists left - it comes alive with all the locals. We were here for four nights in summer and never left town for dinner. There are many great options.One was this place a bit away from the waterfront. It's a smaller place but does have a bunch of outside tables. Our dog was welcome as well. We ordered a bottle of white wine (Kratos), fried anchovies and pasta w/ tuna and tomatoes.What we can say about this place (and that goes to Cetara in general as well): it's real good, real fresh seafood!Anchovies - a specialty in Cetara - were hot, crispy and fresh. The pasta meal doesn't look different, but had great flavors. Fresh and tasty tuna, juicy and fruity tomatoes and perfectly cooked pasta. The wine was a bit pricey (16 Euro for 0.5 litres), but boy, what a great wine that was. It's name is "Kratos" and is among the best white we've ever had...and trust me, travelling the world we had our fair share of wines. If you like flavorful, fruity (exotic, peachy) white wine, but at the same time not overly sweet, then this is for you!So far this place deserves five stars. If it wouldn't be for the staff. The host/owner was fine. Friendly guy. But the staff just didn't seem to care about the customers much. No smile or any nice words. I don't need to be cared overly much...but this didn't even reach a basic standard. Too bad. But still a place I would go back. Food is great, prices were fine as well.Wanna know more about me and my trips? Check my profile.
4 based on 647 reviews
Wow, I'm so glad I came back to Cetara a second time to try this place, it's very small but big on service and delicious food. The baccala and then dessert were perfection. Very popular with people needing to queue for a free table.
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