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Top Choice Neapolitan in Sorrento

Acqu' e Sale

It's called 'water and salt', it's right next to the ferry terminal and its gorgeous interior dazzles with white mixed with several shades of blue. Acqu' e Sale is obviously a place to get excited about the seafood,…
Top Choice Trattoria in Sorrento

Da Emilia

Founded in 1947 and still run by the same family, this is a friendly, fast-moving joint overlooking the fishing boats in Marina Grande. There’s a large informal dining room, complete with youthful photos of former p…
Top Choice Pizza in Sorrento

Pizzeria Da Franco

Casual Da Franco's long wooden tables are rarely short of customers, many of them here for the superlative pizza. Served in tin trays, it's made the Sorrento way, which means a crisper base than its Neapolitan count…
Top Choice Italian in Sorrento

L’Antica Trattoria

Head to the upstairs terrace with its traditional tiles and trailing grape vines and you seem miles away from the alleyways outside. With a deserved reputation as the finest restaurant in town, this posh trattoria h…
Top Choice Lounge in Sorrento

D'Anton

Welcome to a new and very Italian concept: a cocktail bar doubling up as an interior-design store. That elegant sofa you’re sipping a negroni on is for sale. So’s that glistening chandelier and that enchanting mirro…
Top Choice Seafood in Sorrento

O'Puledrone

The best fish you eat in Sorrento might be one you caught, a viable proposition at this congenial joint on the harbour at Marina Grande run by a cooperative of local fishermen. Let them take you out on a three-hour …
Italian in Sorrento

Zi'Ntonio

Warm, buzzing and elegantly rustic, multi-level Zi'Ntonio draws everyone from local families and couples to clued-in out-of-towners. While earthy standouts include fried courgette flowers stuffed with buffalo mozzar…
Neapolitan in Sorrento

La Cantinaccia del Popolo

Festooned with garlic and with cured hams hanging from the ceiling, this down-to-earth favourite proves that top-notch produce and simplicity are the keys to culinary success. A case in point is the spaghetti al pom…
Neapolitan in Sorrento

O’Murzill

With just six gingham-clothed tables in what resembles a homely front room with the kitchen beyond, this restaurant looks as though it belongs in a small village rather than in the heart of Sorrento. The reassuringl…
Italian in Sorrento

Ristorante il Buco

Housed in a former monks’ wine cellar, this sophisticated restaurant offers far-from-monastic cuisine. The emphasis is on innovative regional cooking, so expect nuanced dishes like artisan pasta paired with seafood,…