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Sorrento, gastro guide

Captain ” 29 Jun 2010, 17:48

By analogy with a neighboring topic decided to open a thread about food outlets in this city. Going there without knowing anything about the food there. I would be grateful if you suggest places to eat, preferably without exorbitant prices.

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chonkin ” 29 Jun 2010, 22:47

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Sorrento Pizzeria

Nevea2001 ” 08 Aug 2011, 16:35

must have pizzeria in Sorrento – Aurora, awesome pizza, even without cheese

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_margo ” 07 Oct 2012, 16:23

Nevea2001 wrote a while on 08 Aug 2011, 16:35: must have pizzeria in Sorrento – Aurora, great pizza, even without cheese

Aurora is a disgusting place, both in relation to visitors and the taste of the food.

And in general, as one local resident, who speaks good Russian, told us, you should never eat in the central squares, because the institutions in such touristy places are always aimed at the flow of tourists, not at the quality.

We stumbled upon the pizzeria S.Antonino by chance. It’s practically next to the central square and the famous gorge, you have to turn a little into the alley.

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Re: Sorrento, gastro-guide

Captain ” 07 Oct 2012, 21:57

The pizza place S.Antonino is very popular with us. it’s very close to the central square and the famous ravine, you have to turn a little in a small alley. we were lured by the free wi-fi. they are very good and not expensive.

I agree. I do not know about the owner, but almost all the waitresses were Russian-speaking, and the food is really good.

Re: Sorrento, gastro-guide

kite ” 02 Feb 2013, 01:52

For food we liked a place in Marina Grande. There are a couple of restaurants that are very nice and nice to visit. More democratic trattoria Da Emilia . pania.html , a homely family restaurant with a small but very simple delicious menu. Pasta, gnocchi 12-15 euros, fish locale, squid 15-18 euros, antipaste 8-10 euros, decent wine 15 euros / bottle – the top of the map, but you can save and drink carafu for 6 euros …)) personal thing . )) The total bill (for 2) for a lavish lunch/dinner with overeating and two bottles of wine came out about 100 euros. In August, I guess there will be a line to get in. )) )). Nearby is a more decent place, such a restaurant-restaurant, the name is Ristorante Bagni Delfino, the wine is 20-120 euros, the dishes are more complicated restaurant, white tablecloths, the situation, the audience. ))) The bill is 120-150 euros (without lobster). There is also an area with sun beds, you can sunbathe and swim. In prinitsype, if not to swell, you can manage in 100 euros for two a day (food), snacking during the day pizza and beer, and in the evening without fanaticism regale yourself in the tavern. ))

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Anen ” 29 Apr 2013, 14:38

Kite, good afternoon, planning to visit Sorrento in early June. Sorting out where to eat lunch. 1) judging from your description Trattoria da Emilia is more of a fish restaurant? Do you smell fish much there? 2) are there any enclosed areas there? because if it’s windy outdoors, we can’t be there at all. 3) strange to hear that in trattorias dinner for two is about 100 euros, in fact in trattorias is cheaper than in restaurants, for example I liked La Lanterna and S.Antonino, in the parallel streets farther, but I accidentally read somewhere that in the latter restaurants per person is 22-25 euros, cheaper than in trattorias ? maybe I did not understand correctly. Maybe someone can enlighten me. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Sorrento, gastro-guide

chonkin ” May 01, 2013, 20:18

In La Lanterna, you can go anywhere for 25-40 if you don’t order fish and lobsters by weight.

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Re: Sorrento, gastro-guide

kite ” May 01, 2013, 20:47

Anen 1. You can smell the sea and the sun there. You can’t smell the cuisine there. 2. An enclosed room is present. In the building are both the kitchen and the trattoria itself. Across the street is a summer veranda with a canopy, which is mainly used in the daytime. In the evening inside. 3. The menu is democratic in prices, taking into account the freshness and quality. The bill depends a lot on the number of drinks.

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P.S. Homemade limoncello brought a compiment at the end. Rubbish!))


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Re: Sorrento, gastro-guide

Anen ” 06 May 2013, 08:56

Good morning Kite and Chonkin, I was out of town for the holidays. Thank you very much! Kite , the last picture is the restaurant itself, where you had dinner/lunch, as I understand. When you wrote, it smells strongly of the sea, I somehow wondered how it smells so strongly of the sea if it’s on a hill Now I have an idea.

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Anen ” 18 Jun 2013, 23:10

We are back. Reporting back. Somehow it turned out that the closest place to us, where we were walking in Sorrento, was a pizzeria restaurant S. Antonino, and we really wanted to eat. So we went there. It was very nice pizzeria, there was a Russian speaking waitress, it seemed to me there was one, or maybe two, but no more. I recommend it! The main thing is to ask the waitress first, what kind of dishes and ingredients. asked to help us and asked in advance what portions for each. One large plate of Caesar salad and two pizzas was enough for the three of us and was very tasty. Mine were very happy to have brought them here. We sat on a hill on the patio.) Judging by the people dining there, it’s popular.

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Le soleil ” 23 Jan 2014, 23:18

Il Buco is a very good place, one Michelin star. Delicious and beautifully served. Canonico – located right on Piazza Tasso.

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Sasha K. ” 22 Dec 2014, 09:49

momi gelateria (corso italia 127), in my opinion, can compete for the title of the best in the country, highly recommend

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SVL ” 31 Mar 2015, 18:43

Would love a tip on places of interest.

Also interested in Salerno (right now).

Not the most touristy ones interested, ideally for locals, no menu in any language other than Italian .

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realsheila ” 04 Jun 2015, 08:28

Tell me, where in Sorrento can I eat dinner with a view of Vesuvius? preferably also a reasonable price

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Top 10 Restaurants in Sorrento, Italy

Sorrento on the Gulf of Naples has been a famous tourist destination since the Grand Tour in the 19th century. Back then, visitors came to admire the nearby Mount Vesuvius, the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, and to see the islands of Capri and Ischia. Today Sorrento also attracts visitors who travel along the Amalfi Road, which runs along the coast to Amalfi. Here are ten of the best restaurants to check out if you visit.

Don Alfonso 1890.

Book Don Alfonso 1890 is located in the small village of Sant’Agata sui Due Gogli, just south of Sorrento. The restaurant has two Michelin stars for its excellent cuisine and wine cellar. Chef Alfonso Iaccarino trained with the likes of Alain Ducasse and took over the restaurant originally opened by his grandfather. The first Star was awarded in 1985 and the second in 1990. The food philosophy at Don Alfonso aims to combine the best products and traditions of Campania with culinary innovation. The restaurant owns its own farm, Le Perraciole, on the Sorrento Peninsula, which supplies ingredients such as the extra virgin olive oil used at Don Alfonso. The exceptional wine cellar holds 25,000 bottles in tunnels that date back many centuries.

Il Buco.

In the center of Sorrento is Il Buco, where you can sit just a short walk from the sea or in the former wine cellars of an old monastery. Critics consider Il Buco to offer some of the best food in Sorrento, and the Michelin Guide awarded the restaurant one of its coveted stars. Carefully selected ingredients from the Mediterranean and nearby villages combine with modern technology in Il Buco’s kitchens. There’s a tasting menu, a traditional menu, an a la carte menu, or you can let the chef come up with your meal for you. The traditional menu includes dishes like Candela pasta with Neapolitan ragu sauce and beef roll with escarole and potato stuffing. On a la carte, you’ll find buffalo carpaccio with toasted mozzarella covered in gold and steamed lobster with fried polenta.

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Caruso’s Restaurant Museum

Another central location for great food in Sorrento is Ristorante Museo Caruso. Customer reviews describe the food on offer as “the best food in Italy,” and the restaurant has a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor. The restaurant is named after the famous opera tenor Enrico Caruso, who was born and raised in Naples. The menu is traditional, but blended with modern techniques and a beautiful, modern presentation. Inspiration comes from Mediterranean and classic Neapolitan flavors and dishes. You can choose a tasting menu to try everything the chefs have to offer, or go for an a la carte option that takes you through antipasta , fish, meats, cheeses and then sweet dishes. Forever Closed.

Tavernallegra Restaurant.

Map View Another TripAdvisor-certified place in the historic center of Sorrento is Ristorante Tavernallegra, which opened in 2010 in a once stable 15th-century area. palazzo on Via Pieta, near the cathedral. There are specials on the menu, including Linguini with lobster, filet of chateaubriand and beef for two, shrimp on a bed of chicory and local Sorrento lemons. Otherwise, there are mains like the Gamberoni Tavernallegra, made with big juicy shrimp, olive oil, onions, cream and brandy, with tomato sauce and fried spaghetti. Buy now

Bagni Delfino.

View map You will find Bagni Delfino on the coast from the center of Sorrento in Marina Grande, an old fishing village that still retains its old-world charm. The restaurant is located on the waterfront, and from there visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the Bay of Naples and the huge, stretched city in the distance. Family-owned since it opened in 1968, Bagni Delfino ranks second out of 229 restaurants in Sorrento, according to customer reviews on TripAdvisor — better than Michelin-starred restaurants!

Terrazza Bosquet.

Terrazza Bosquet is the restaurant of the famous Excelsior Vittoria Hotel. This hotel is over 180 years old, it was founded in 1834 and is now run by the fifth generation of the Fiorentino family. Over the years, the likes of Richard Wagner, Marilyn Monroe and Sophia Loren have all enjoyed a stay here. The restaurant has one Michelin star for the excellent cuisine prepared by Chef Luigi Tramontano. The hotel has its own orange grove, which provides the ingredients for many dishes. Among these tempting dishes are sea chert roulade with Mediterranean herbs, crustaceans and tomatoes and lemon tart with creamy basil, parfait or lemon sorbet.

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Donna Sofia Restaurant

View mapRestaurant Donna Sofia is dedicated to the great Italian film actress Sophia Loren, and her face stares across countless images on the walls of the main dining room. There’s also an outdoor dining terrace where you can enjoy classic Italian dishes like porcini ravioli, truffles, calamari, and limoncello. The restaurant has a reputation as something of a hidden gem, about 15 minutes from the Sorrento mainland. As an added bonus, the restaurant will send a car to pick you up from your hotel for free and take you to your door. Buy now.

Terrazza Marziale

Map view Opposite the beautiful public gardens of Villa Communale and the Monasteries of San Fernando is the equally impressive Terrazza Marziale, a rare example of 15th-century Catalan-Durassic palazzo architecture. It is a bed and breakfast and a renowned restaurant with a menu of classic Mediterranean and Sorrento cuisine. The menu features dishes including shrimp wrapped in pork with escarole and provolone ragout, homemade pasta with green peppers and zucchini flowers, baked sea bass with capers, mint and spinach with salmoriglio sauce. Followed by orange and pecan pie with traditional Italian chocolate sponge cake.

L’Antica Trattoria

View Map In the historic center of Sorrento, tucked away on a terrace under a canopy of vines, L’Antica Trattoria is the perfect place for a quiet, relaxing lunch or dinner after sightseeing. The restaurant has been mentioned in international publications such as Gourmet Magazine and Pleasant Appetite and has been recommended in the Michelin Guide and the Italian Gambero Rosso Guide. Owner Aldo D’Oria has worked in Switzerland, Germany and France, and has taken over from his uncle at the restaurant, overseeing a superb wine cellar that has won accolades from Veronelli management. Available dishes include lamb in Mediterranean herbs and provolone sauce, shrimp in sardine sauce with pickled tomatoes, capers and escarole.

Don Geppi

Map ViewDon Geppi is part of the prestigious Majestic Hotel, located in Sant’Angelo, north of Sorrento. It is located on Corso Marion Crawford, named after the American writer Francis Marion Crawford, who lived and died in Sorrento in the 19th century, putting many of his works in Italy. This is another restaurant in Sorrento that now has a coveted Michelin star and has many five-star reviews from customers-so it’s the perfect place to go for dinner if you’re staying in Sorrento or for a special occasion. The menu includes things like red shrimp, sea plankton and citrus sauce, amberjack tartare in corn crust mayo, risotto with mussels and potatoes and crispy octopus with escarole and lemon. Buy with our partner and we’ll earn a small commission. us feedback

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