Near the clocktower of the famous Capri square, in the late nineteenth century, a small Locanda (inn) accomodated the first travellers to the island.
Today, the inn has been transformed in the Pulalli wine bar. Here, warm colors and old marble are combined with a fascinating landscape, facing the Piazzetta on one side and Monte Solaro and the Bay of Naples on the other.
On the pleasant terrace or in the interior room, Fabrizio Arbace offers his guests a wide range of Italian wines with tasty appetizers and dishes of traditional Neapolitan cuisine.
Open for lunch and dinner until late, every day exept Tuesday. It is possible to arrange private parties and receptions upon request.
Arbace family is the owner also of the traditional restaurant Al Grottino
It’s true. You must try and book this table. We were very lucky to walk in pre service at lunchtime and get THE table. We were warned it was hot but it was worth it. The view is incredible you feel... more »
This quaint restaurant boast views of the ocean from inside and of the Piazzetta from the terrace. Two great options. We went for dinner two nights in a row because the Lemon Risotto blew our mind... more »
In a town of pricey restaurants, this one is not much different and offers food that is unexceptional, though not terrible. Service was good, setting was cosy but portions were small and a little... more »