Restaurants

Top Choice Italian in Amalfi

Ristorante La Caravella

A restaurant of artists, art and artistry, Caravella once hosted Andy Warhol. No surprise that it doubles up as a de-facto gallery with frescoes, creative canvases and a ceramics collection. And then there's the foo…
Seafood in Amalfi

Marina Grande

Run by the third generation of the same family, this savvy beachfront favourite serves fish so fresh it's almost flapping. It prides itself on the use of locally sourced organic produce, which, in Amalfi, means supe…
Seafood in Amalfi

Lo Smeraldino

Situated west of the centre, on the waterfront overlooking the fishing boats, this inviting blue-and-white beachside restaurant was founded in 1949. As well as crisp-based pizzas, this is a good place for fancy riso…
Seafood in Amalfi

La Taverna del Duca

Grab a chair on the square at this popular fish restaurant. Specials vary according to the catch of the day but might include carpaccio di baccalà (thin strips of raw salted cod) or the Campania-esque scialatielli a…
Cafe in Amalfi

La Pansa

A marbled and mirrored fifth-generation cafe on Piazza del Duomo where black-bow-tied waiters serve minimalist Italian breakfasts: freshly made cornetti (croissants), full-bodied espresso and deliciously frothy capp…
Italian in Amalfi

Le Arcate

If you've had it with the tourist tumult of Amalfi, try temporarily relocating to its quieter cousin Atrani to eat al fresco at one of its traditional restaurants. Arcate is right on the seafront with huge parasols …
Trattoria in Amalfi

Trattoria Il Mulino

A TV-in-the-corner, kids-running-between-the-tables sort of place, this is about as authentic an eatery as you'll find in Amalfi. There are few surprises on the menu, just hearty, honest pastas, grilled meats and fi…
Italian in Amalfi

Da Maria

The obvious choice just off Piazza del Duomo, this cavernous place attracts a dedicated crowd ranging from off-the-yacht Neapolitans to coachloads of tourists. But don’t be put off, as the wood-fired pizzas are exce…