Sorrento and the Sorrentine Peninsula Restaurants

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  • 1. A'Marenna


    Run with enthusiasm and love by two young Sorrentine women, this small rustic-styled bakery and bistro makes generously filled panini using fresh ingredients on ciabatta...Read More

  • 2. Antico Francischiello da Peppino


    Overlooking rows of olive trees that seem to run into the sea, this superb eatery is away from the throng, halfway between Sant'Agata and Massa...Read More

  • 3. Don Alfonso 1890


    A gastronomic giant and pioneer in upscale farm-to-table cuisine (it even grows its own produce on a small farm nearby), Don Alfonso is considered one...Read More

  • 4. Fresco Sorrento


    A popular gelateria run by a young couple offering lots of fresh house-made gelato flavors as well as interesting bubble tea options, granita, frappé, frullati,...Read More

  • 5. Le Sirene


    With its sparkling spiaggia views and seafood freshly caught by local pescatori, it's hard not be lured by the siren charms of this prime place...Read More

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  • 6. Ristorante Bagni Delfino


    At this informal, waterside restaurant and snack bar, you won't see many locals—they're unlikely to be impressed by the four-language menus—but the seafood platters are...Read More

  • 7. Ristorante Museo Caruso


    Sorrentine favorites, including acquerello (fresh fish appetizer) and ravioli with crab and zucchini sauce, are tweaked creatively here. The staff is warm and helpful, the...Read More

  • 8. Anima e Pizza Trasaella


    To escape the pricey and sometimes ersatz-Italian eating experience, head up the hill to this gem of a pizzeria, which is loaded with local warmth...Read More

  • 9. Da Emilia


    Near the steps of the Marina Grande, this reliable choice for seafood (established in 1947) might not be Sorrento's most visually prepossessing place, but its...Read More

  • 10. Il Buco


    In the spirit of the "slow food" movement, this colorful contemporary restaurant just off Piazza Sant'Antonino uses only local and seasonal ingredients of the highest...Read More

  • 11. La Basilica


    Under the same ownership as the Ristorante Museo Caruso, this budget alternative—in a tiny alley between piazzas Tasso and St. Antonino—offers the same wine list...Read More

  • 12. La Lanterna


    On the site of Roman thermal baths (you can see the ancient ruins under a glass section in the floor), this is a historic venue...Read More

  • 13. Meating


    This steak house--pizzeria, with a stylish Spanish-theme dining area of fiery toro artwork and exposed brick, is a good alternative to Sorrento's many seafood-focused restaurants....Read More

  • 14. Ristorante 'o Parrucchiano La Favorita


    Opened in 1868 by an ex-priest ('o parrucchiano means "the priest" in the local dialect), this restaurant serves classic Sorrentine cuisine in an enchanting 19th-century...Read More

  • 15. Taverna del Capitano


    The fascinating cuisine here is based on old recipes from the various cultures—Norman and Moorish among them—that loom large in regional history. You can rely...Read More

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