Sorrentine favorites, including acquerello (fresh fish appetizer), ravioli with crab and zucchini sauce, are tweaked creatively here. The staff is warm and helpful, the singer on the sound system is the long-departed "fourth tenor" himself, and the operatic memorabilia (including posters and old photos of Caruso) is viewed in a flattering blush-pink light. This elegant restaurant deserves its longtime popularity. It is open from noon to midnight and has five-course
tasting menus from €50.
Jan 12, 2009
My Wife and I spent over 2 weeks in Italy and htis was the worst restaurant we ate at by far. We had read good reviews but after going we found ourselves in a very hostile environment. We were told out bill would be around 70 euros but after some issues with the staff, (we didn't like a course), we were handed a handwritten bill for 324 euros (almost $500!). We tried to contest it and we were told to just pay it. Terrible experience, other places
in Sorrento were so much better. Please stay away from this place.
Jun 5, 2002
We visited Sorrento in May 2001 and had dinner at Caruso's as recommended by our hotel concierge. The food was fantastic and the service was excellent. We had more than three waiters waiting on us and enjoyed the atmosphere and amiable ambiance. It seemed that we were the only tourists dining there at the time. We were pleasantly surprised at the more than adequate pricing for this delicious four course dinner. We will definitely go back next time
we will be visiting the Amalfi Coast again.