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“Impeccable”

Rossellinis Restaurant
Ranked #11 of 42 Restaurants in Ravello
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$108 - US$167
Cuisines: Italian
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Good for: Romantic, Local cuisine, Special Occasion Dining, Business meetings
Dining options: Dinner, After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: The Restaurant has just been awarded with one Michelin Star and very high ratings in all major Italian guides. These accolades mirror the endless passion our team has for offering the best culinary experience possible. The restaurant is closed from the November to March. During the season, Rossellinis is open for dinner only. For an unforgettable authentic and creative Italian meal, look no further! Guests can choose from myriad delectable dishes 'a-la-carte' or set tasting menus. Rossellinis features handpicked regional wines that can be carefully paired with each serving.
Reviewed 30 March 2013 via mobile

One of the best meals I have ever experienced. Food was absolutely amazing; simple, fresh and most ingredients sources locally. Service was fantastic and the staff was very attentive and helpful. Desserts were out of this world. View alone is worth it.

Sasso is now called Palazzo Avino.

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Reviewed 28 February 2013

I'm confused by some of the less positive reviews. We are very spoiled NY foodies and we thought this meal was up there with one of the best. Maybe it was the beautiful, romantic outdoor setting or the impeccable service or the delicious food!? Yes, its expensive, but you are on vacation in a beautiful place... so splurge and enjoy!

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2  Thank LG1171
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Reviewed 29 December 2012

We had lunch on the outdoor terrace restaurant. We shared a pasta dish and a chicken dish and a salad and the food was great. The view from the terrace is amazing. The only problem was the bees that were swarming around the table and the waiter put some meat a few feet from our table to keep them away.

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2  Thank Bob F
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Reviewed 6 November 2012

Dinner was really good. We didn't get to enjoy the views outside because it was raining but the dining room was cozy too. Service was a bit slow but overall I"d recommend.

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Reviewed 31 October 2012

Lunch at the outdoor terrace restaurant at the Palazzo Sasso is a delighful and delicious way to end a morning of sightseeing in Ravello. In early October 2012, we took an early morning bus up from Amalfi -- an adventure in and of itself -- and wandered through the churches and shops of Ravello, which sits on a cliff 1000 feet above the Tyrrhenian Sea. Then we visited the Gardens at the Villa Cimbrone for almost two hours (there's an entrance fee). These were first established 1000 years ago -- Ravello itself was founded 1600 years ago, supposedly as a refuge for Roman patricians fleeing the invasions of the "barbarians" (probably my ancestors) -- and the Cimbrone's gardens have breathtaking views, marvellous flowers, trees, and delightful statuary. (Note that the walk to Villa Cimbrone from the central square of Ravello is a 10 minute climb uphill, up broad steps.) By the time we had our fill of Villa Cimbrone, it was time to fill our stomachs; and so we ambled back across the town to the Palazzo Sasso -- a true five-star hotel that normally would be beyond our budget -- and arrived at 12:30 PM, just in time for the opening of the hotel's outdoor luncheon terrace. The terrace sits on the edge of the cliffs looking east past the seaside villages of Maiori and Minori toward Salerno and down a thousand feet to the sea (it felt even higher.) To call the views "breathtaking" is an understatement. We were shaded under broad umbrellas and initially had the terrace and the ample and attentive wait staff to ourselves so we indulged in a leisurely cocktail; and then we split a soup, a salad, a pasta, and an entree -- thus getting a taste of a cross-section of the lunch menu -- along with two glasses of the house red wine (which was delicious). The food was fresh, perfectly cooked, and beautifully presented. Yes, it helped that the weather was perfect too; and we were treated like royalty, even as the terrace filled up over the next two hours of our very leisurely stay. Waiters were extremely patient with our barbaric efforts at speaking (mangling) Italian; and dessert was "on the house". Don't ask me why because I have no idea. Coffee was delicious. It was very hard to bring ourselves to leave. Here's an added pleasure: because my spouse and I split everything and stuck to the house wine by the glass, the cost of lunch was reasonable -- not cheap, of course, not at all -- but well within our budget and worth quadruple what we paid. We will remember lunch at the Palazzo Sasso for the rest of our lives. So, still loathe to leave, we toured the hotel's gardens and little waterfall (lovely), peeked in at the hotel's public rooms (grand), and briefly chatted up the staff at the Reception Desk (sophisticated, urbane, charming, patient -- did I mention "gorgeous"), and finally took our leave. We strolled back to the town center as if in a dream and took the bus back down to Amalfi -- the return trip through a series of hairpin turns in which the bus repeatedly swung out over both lanes of the two-lane road woke us right up.

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