Ristorante La Caravella
Lonely Planet review for Ristorante La Caravella
The regional food here has recently earned the restaurant a Michelin star with dishes that offer nouvelle zap, like black ravioli with cuttlefish ink, scampi and ricotta, or that are unabashedly simple, like the catch of the day served grilled on lemon leaves. This is one of the few places in Amalfi where you pay for the food rather than the location, which in this case is far from spectacular, sandwiched between the rushing traffic of the road and the old arsenale. But that doesn’t worry the discreet, knowledgeable crowd who eat here. Wine aficionados are likely to find something to try on the 15,000-label list. Reservations essential.