Locals highly recommend this little ristorante a few minutes' walk north of the Duomo. Named after the ancient coin of the Amalfi Republic, the restaurant occupies a former stable whose space has altered little outwardly since those equine days, though the white walls, appealing local art, crisp tablecloths, large panoramic photos, and tile floors make it cozy enough. Winning dishes on the vast menu include the wood-oven-baked thin-crust pizza and the scialatielli
alla Saracena (long spaghetti-style pasta laden with tasty treats from the sea). The prix-fixe options (from €20 to €40) are a great deal.