Owe are currently spending a week in Camogli and our hosts recommended this well hidden delight of a restaurant to us. It is a tad fbit difficult to find and getting there involved braving a rather narrow single lane road. Once there you find yourself in a former convent with a spectacular view across the sea. Unfortunately is was a bit nippy for having dinner outside and we entered a nice simple doing room. Staff was very friendly and advised us well in a mix of Italian, Spanish and English (we are a Spanish German couple). The selection of starters was very nice indeed with the highlight perhaps the porcini. Mains were ravioli al herbete, so wild herbs, and a bistecca. All of this was executed very well indeed. A simple red wine accompanied it all. For desert we opted, rather conservatively, for the home made tiramisu and the meal was capped off by a homemade limonincello which was lovely too. All in all it was a very nice dinner that was thoroughly enjoyed.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.