Food and drink
There are good antipasti, pastas, risottos, as well as fish and meat dishes.
The restaurant seems to be in three separate parts: there are a few tables as you come in where you can have a coffee or a beer and use the internet, but heading downstairs you'll find a slightly more formal, but light and airy room where a feature has been made of the vaulted ceilings, but with a modern twist: white walls, ceilings, tablecloths and plenty of uplighting. My preferred place is outside in the sun in the narrow terrace area with the backdrop of what looks like one of the palace's original crumbly old walls.
Variable. I've had charming service with a smile, but I've also experienced 'surly with a bit of a sneer', but I'd like to think the owner was just having an off day.
When I say 'central', I mean it's a minute from Ravello's main square; head off down the turning to the top right corner of the square (with the church behind you) and you're there.
For Ravello, this is almost as cheap as it gets: a plate of pasta for around 12 euros with primi coming in at around 18 euros. You can easily get away with a light lunch for 20 euros.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- No fuss