Find out what Healthy restaurants to try in Pimonte including Da Nicola, Agriturismo Terra e Sapori, Il Tridente, Ristorante La Sponda
4 based on 317 reviews
Arrived in Furore on the Monday, Visited Da Nicola on the Tuesday, returned on the Thursday, Monday & Following Friday got a takeaway for our last night in Italy! The pizzaâs are as fresh as they come, made in front of you and cooked in the fire oven. The size of the pizzaâs are big! Chips are big portions as well. Couldnât recommend this little local beaut of a restaurant enough. The staff are very kind and a couple of them speak good English!They do do other food than pizzaâs, lamb cutlets, salads etc. Defo worth a visit!!
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 245 reviews
Our chefâs creations offer a delicious slice of Campaniaâs history. The simplicity and straightforwardness of his dishes are the testimony to the quality and authenticity of the ingredients selected. From home-smoked meats and fish carpaccio to mouthwater
If staying in Positano, do yourself a favour and make a reservation at Il Tridente. The food was spectacular, the view overlooks the east side of positano, and the service (led by Liliana) was outstanding. Melissa (celiac, gluten free) were treated as if we were the most important customers they've ever had. They went out of their way to make changes to plates to make them gluten free, the homemade gf pasta is pictured. All in all it was a perfect experience and one we would highly recommend to you.Thank you, Andrew! It was a pleasure meeting you both on such a special occasion for the two of you.All the best for your future together,Liliana
4 based on 884 reviews
Charming restaurant in the heart of Le Sirenuse Hotel. The restaurant is entirely lit by 450 candles. The cuisine is contemporary Italian, using only the freshest local ingredients. The view is breathtaking as is the impeccable service.
Being a typical Michelin star restaurant, the food was great, relatively small portions...and pricey.Thank you for visiting us and for taking the time to leave your kind review. We are delighted to hear you enjoyed your experience and we value your feedback. We hope to welcome you back again one day.
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