Don Alfonso Restaurant

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Alfonso and Livia Iaccarino grow herbs, lemons and peaches, artichokes and eggplants and, of course prize tomatoes, plus the olives for their own tangy, fruity oil, in a sun-kissed garden facing the isle of Capri near their restaurant on the Sorrento peninsula. In their lovely pastel dining room, they serve fresh, understated, unmistakably Italian food in great profusion – ravioli with caciotta, wild marjoram, barely heated chopped tomatoes and basil, or rolls of baby sirloin filled with raisins, pine-nuts, parsley and garlic, atop a ragout of wild endive. The tufa cellar, first excavated by the Etruscans, is stocked with wines from all around the world.

Alfonso and Livia Iaccarino grow herbs, lemons and peaches, artichokes and eggplants and, of course prize tomatoes, plus the olives for their own tangy, fruity oil, in a sun-kissed garden facing the isle of Capri near their restaurant on the Sorrento peninsula. In their lovely pastel dining room, they serve fresh, understated, unmistakably Italian food in great profusion – ravioli with caciotta, wild marjoram, barely heated chopped tomatoes and basil, or rolls of baby sirloin filled with raisins, pine-nuts, parsley and garlic, atop a ragout of wild endive. The tufa cellar, first excavated by the Etruscans, is stocked with wines from all around the world.

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