Good pizza, pasta and gnocchi. Fast service, fresh ingredients and good value for money. Close to the train station.
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Lovely little restaurant, visited twice and I've had the spaghetti alle vongole (clams) and the mixed grilled seafood that consisted of mussels, prawns, squids and a swordfish steak. My partner opted for the lighter salads etc. Desserts are homemade as we found out off our...More
Walking down from Ercolano station, we chanced on this restaurant (it looked closed but there were tables set out - the door is just closed to keep it cool inside - if there are tables out, it's open). What a brilliant find - it turned...More
We stopped here for lunch, while we waited for the train - it's convenient for the station. The menu was only average - and they managed to get my partners order wrong - and it wasn't a language problem. It's an ok restaurant - neither...More
Excellent fresh seafood in an unpretentious setting. Good service. Pizzas and much more. While supposedly unknown to tourists, it was in fact invaded mid meal by a large group of young Brits.
We stopped here for a drink and lovely friendly service and food and drink a good price. We also stopped on the way back , great view to watch the town
Once you've wandered around the ruins of Herculaneum and need fed and refreshed before the train or the next trip, this place is ideal. Clean, welcoming, plenty of choices but we went for the beer and bruschetta option at six euros - perfect.
We stopped here on out way to the ruins. They mostly serve pizza and fresh seafood/fish dishes (many daily specials). We chose spaghetti al vongole and gnocchi sorentina (good for the price but not memorable, with the latter being too salty). Service was efficient and...More
Good food and service at reasonable prices. Wine list is small but good. The doughball apertivos are great.