Located in the village of Ponteromito and operating since 1908, this restaurant serves traditional, regional dishes. Homemade pasta dishes, like ricotta-stuffed ravioli topped with a walnut and mushroom sauce, are specialties. There is a culinary emphasis on ingredients from other towns in the Campania region, such as lamb from Carmasciano or polenta with ricotta from Montella. The two dining rooms are spacious, with cloth-covered tables and wood chairs set against tiled floors. A small, wood porch seats diners in warm weather, and an on-site wine cellar stocks regional and national wines.
Cap off a day in the surrounding countryside with a stop at this place, conveniently located along a road that connects to a main road that leads to nearby towns; plus, it has its own parking lot.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Prix Fixe
- Tasting Menu
- Wednesday - Closed
Cuisine Type:: Italian