Toward the end of any long trip, the laziness starts to kick in. Sight seeing becomes less important. Sloth like activity level becomes routine. The Amalfi Coast is not a bad place to be lazy, since the place is mostly about enjoying the beautiful coastal scenery rather than hustling and bustling like in Rome. From beautiful Positano, we took a ferry to our last destination on our 3 week honeymoon, the famed island of Capri. The island has a long history as a resort destination for the rich and famous. I was excited to see if anything could top the marvelous experience we had in Positano. Like Positano, getting around isn’t really all that convenient the way it is in larger cities. There’s a bus that takes you around the main destinations on the island, but we got lazy and took taxis frequently. For our first meal, we just decided to walk to Anacapri town to check out L’Angolo Del Gusto. Reviews seemed good enough.
Absolutely nothing to fault here. Very satisfying and tasty.
The BEST risotto we had on our entire trip. It was creamy and not for those adverse to some cheesy heft. Each risotto kernel still maintained that al dente texture I love. Truly a wonderful dish.
I’ve concluded that all the fresh seafood in this area is SALTY. Once you accept that, its easier to enjoy the other elements of the dishes, such as the balance of the white wine and garlic flavors. I loved the really al dente pasta too.
L’Angolo del Gusto was surprisingly very good. The restaurant is quaint, small, and very unassuming. It also didn’t seem too busy but it was a little bit past the prime lunch hour. From our hotel, in Anacapri, it was a short walk and would make a fine meal if you’re looking for something solidly delicious and casual.
10 – You NEED to eat here
9 – Awesome
8 – Very good
7 – Good
6 – OK
5 – Average
4 – Not bad
3 – Not good
2 – Terrible
1 – Do NOT eat here