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
Why do you always find the best on the last day. Quite simply the best value for money on the island. Exceptional service outstanding quality and the chef needs a special mention as the food was... more »
One of the most delicate activities when I travel is choosing the restaurant because eating is extremely serious to me. I don't have this problem while in Capri because I keep going back to D'Amore... more »
Didn't have reservations. Ended up here because of unpleasant experience at pretentious Aurora just down the street. What a pleasant surprise! Staff is welcoming. They smile and greet you warmly... more »