- Past and contemporary design fusion
- Book the round table in the heart of the restaurant and feel like King Arthur
- A gourmet journey through taste from the 50s to the present day
- Open every day
- Annual closure: from 2 November 2015 to 24 March 2016
D'Amore - CapriGo to the top
If you're a Capri habitué and get the feeling that you've been here before, that's probably because you came here before the island's Sollievo restaurant became Ristorante D'Amore.
A new name for an old restaurant. The recent subject of a radical makeover, Ernesto D'Amore's historic eatery, located within meters of the Piazzetta, has been transformed into the kind of casual-chic restaurant Capri has been waiting for.
In the dining room and on the terraces, the retro atmosphere of 1950's Capri combines with cutting-edge contemporary design to create a unique and elegant eating environment.
Designer décor aside, the major protagonist is still the cuisine. Dishes are as flavor-packed as ever, and the Mediterranean menu continues to leave ample room for the great Neapolitan classics. A welcome addition, the contemporary concoctions created by the chef will appeal to the more adventurous of taste buds.
Lunch: 12.30 pm - 3.00 pm
Dinner: 7.00 pm - 12.00 am
Open 7 days a week. Close from November to Easter
What former guests say about D'AmoreGo to the top
D'Amore: TripAdvisor reviews®Back to the top
We entered this restaurant by chance as we were just passing by and spotted it! The ambience is good and so was the food we ate! more »
Good food and welcome, lovely atmosphere and location. We dined outside where we had a delicious pasta accompanied by very acceptable house wines more »
Great food & service!
The food was great. I had the sea bass. So good! The staff was courteous and attentive. Would definitely go back! more »
D'Amore: LocationBack to the top
Just a few meters lie between Ristorante D'Amore and the Piazzetta. A leisurely stroll along the picturesque Via delle Botteghe, in the historic center of Capri, is all it takes to reach the restaurant from the island's legendary little square.