The young chef-owners of this restaurant attempt to turn Campania classics into something more, and usually succeed. Past a fireplace that flickers in season and watercolors by Leo Kennedy, an Irish artist and past Ravello resident, you descend into a white, modernized 13th-century setting. The daily menu turistica may offer such dishes as crespolini di pesce (fish-stuffed crepes), and lombo di agnello al rosmarino con spinaci all'uvetta (lamb cutlets with spinach and raisins). Tasting menus—to suit various appetites and wallet sizes—are even more creative, with unexpected combinations. To match the food, the owners provide a wine list featuring the best of the region, which can also be enjoyed on the outside terrace.