My family isn't fussed by overly fancy food, so the very top listed restaurants in Amalfi would have been wasted on us. But I liked the sound of Il Mulino so took the 15 minute walk up from the main square and was glad I did. The street itself is a pleasant change with the steep faces of the gorge and the torrent of water running underneath the street. The restaurant is modest and unassuming and we were welcomed in and took a table on their covered terrace (it was April, about 19-20 degrees C).
Other diners' squid looked very good, but we opted for pizza and pasta, both of which were very good. Not _quite_ as tasty as what we ate in Lo Smeraldino, but about 30-40% cheaper. Definitely the best value meal I had in Amalfi and a pleasant walk away from the bustle (and tourist traps) of the main square.
In summary, it's a proper, honest and great value family restaurant where I'd be confident of coming away satisfied and full without having to remark on how expensive meals in Europe have become of late.
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