Reviews on Neapolitan food in Agerola, Province of Naples, Italy. Agerola is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Naples in the Italian region Campania, located about 35 km southeast of Naples. It is part of the Amalfi Coast.
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4 based on 405 reviews
Located in one of most scenic spots of the coast. This name brings to mind beautiful floral scents and hints ancient. In 2015 and was the start of our project to make this wine bar a small restaurant where revive traditional cuisine, closely linked to the
Donât expect a menu, donât expect a wine list, donât expect anything you canât get within a 20 mile radius! Do expect simple, delicious, fresh fish, perfectly cooked, respecting the quality of the ingredients used.We had a superb starter of lightly fried swordfish and crispy anchovies, a prima course of monkfish âlargeâ pasta and a superbly cooked sea bass, not to mention two white wines recommended by the house. It was lovely that the restaurant tailored portions to suit a couple. The ethos seems to be, weâll get beautiful fresh fish, weâll make it work for you as a course and weâll show you just how well it can be cooked! The review is redundant as they get the catch of the day every day, so youâll never have the same experience as we did, but I have every confidence it will be just as enjoyable, so no recommended dishes. A classy venue, worth every penny!
4 based on 311 reviews
In our Farmhouse Restaurant near the Amalfi Coast we serve only local Italian food, fresh, genuine and carefully selected, prepared with love and respect for the tradition. The restaurant and the breakfast room, welcome you in two cozy rooms surrounded by
Such a beautiful surprise! What a lovely place with a great host, Sylvio. Thank you for your warm hospitality! An organic farm with well treated animals, fresh figs, grapes, the sweetest tomatoes, pomegranates, prickly pears, lemons, limes... a happy, productive and fruitful farm. Dinner was lovely, the best Gnocchi I have ever in my life experienced, light, tasty and filled with a mozzarella centre, topped with sweet tomato and basil sauce. Oh to come back for!!
4 based on 207 reviews
Great place to stop for drinks or food .The pasta and pizza were amazing,as are the burgers .We also enjoyed the home made wine.Its a family run place ,& all of them look after like you are family .Rita was very friendly ,as were Stefano & Giuseppe ,& they made us feel very welcome.Food was well worth the wait !
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 137 reviews
Corte degli Dei aims to offer to its guests a qualitative culinary eperience fully drawn from Agerola products and traditions. Good food, professionality, and autenticity will be the ingredients of your brunchs, aperitifs or dinners, and an eighteenth cen
We learned from our helpful and friendly waiter about the local bread that is dipped in water before eating. It is double baker to last for 1 to 2 years. The food was amazing in a fabulous setting, a renovated old stable.Thank you so much! We are really pleased about your words. Happy that you appreciated our food, our setting and our service. We can only wish in you to come back here soon and in the meanwhile wish you the best.
4 based on 201 reviews
The restaurant doesn't have menus, so we just relaxed and went with the flow. Aperttizers were stuning and afterwards we were already full. We also ordered pasta and dessert. Everything was amazing. For wine, food and digestivo we payed 35 euros, which is very is really cheap for the quality you get.
5 based on 155 reviews
Well, except that it can't possibly get any better--at least, not in regard to a culinary experience. The food, the service, the ambience all contributed to a perfect experience. Our reservation was a bit earlier than Italians customarily eat, but we were seated right away by Linda, our very knowledgeable, gracious server (who, along with her sister, Caterina, does much of the restaurant's baking). Linda helped us with our order, and we were soon enjoying a wonderful starter--a fried squash blossom filled with cheese and accompanied with shrimp and fried. zucchini thinly sliced on a mandolin. Delicious. Followed that with mixed grill fish and a dish billed as "Neapolitan lasagna reinvented by the chef." Both were wonderful, but the lasagna was off the charts. Still dreaming about it. Tiramisu, an excellent lemon cake, and coffee rounded it all off. Chef Vito offers cooking classes, and after last night's meal, my wife is ready to sign up.
5 based on 424 reviews
I rate this as possibly the best pizza ever based on 1. The base- amazingly soft and doughy 2. Toppings- huge variety and good quality that are put on in perfect quantity 3. Happy friendly family run business 4. Price- you can get an amazing margarita for 3.5 eur and their best toppings for no more than 7 eur. This is a must try place if in the area. It's in a tiny residential place basically just in a house. Every pizza after this will be disappointing and now considered far too expensive for it's worth. Very happy family!
5 based on 118 reviews
They serve a good portion of top notch grub for a very modest price. First day we picked up some cheese, bread, and croissants for the next day's meal. Another day, we stopped for some delicious and huge pannini and aranchini. Third time we stopped in for a lovely meat, cheese, melon antipasti platter a calzone (huge and only 3euro!) And some more fried goodness. And still will probably go back once more. And the owner and staff have been very friendly each time. A small hidden gem.
4 based on 428 reviews
Enjoy the romantic atmosphere on the wonderful setting of our panoramic terrace. Combine the best view in town with our organic menu, a fantastic blend of tradition and innovation, featuring only the freshest ingredients. Catch of the day selected from lo
Treated myself to a solo lunch here in late September. Everything was perfect! Not only is the setting beautiful but the food and service is also incredible. My waiter Fernando suggested a meal of burrata, mozzarella and ricotta to start followed by a lobster spaghetti which was a special of the day. Fernando was very knowledgable and helpful so I took him up on his offer. He presented 3 lobsters to me at the table. I chose the blue lobster. He recommended a couple of ways he could serve it to me, for example grilled with vegetables, but I opted for the spaghetti. The food was amazing. The starter came with a bread which was similar to a pizza - it complimented the cheeses perfectly. The lobster was unreal! It was perfectly cooked - it was sweet but meaty. The service was perfect - very steady pace. Both Fernando and his colleague Luca were very friendly. They suggested for me a great glass of white wine to accompany my meal. My table overlooked a sea view of Positano. The restaurant is pricey but not pretentious in any way - very relaxed atmosphere. Worth spending extra - high recommended!Dear woodside27, grazie a million of time for such a beautiful review. I'm so happy that you have spend great time on our terrazza where the view is certainly incredible, but where we also try to offer quality food and the best attention to our Guests.Hopefully, you will be back in town soon; we would be honored welcoming you again to the Adamo ed Eva.Best Regards
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