On our way from Ravello to Sorrento, we stopped for lunch at this charming restaurant in Sant'Agata. The day was unusually cool and rainy for August. We needed something a little heartier to warm our bellies. We were delighted by the corpulent minestrone soup full of local vegetables, made almost creamy by the tender beans. We then had melt-in-your-mouth homemade eggplant raviolis. The veal scallopine al limone, while good, could have been a bit more tender. The fragrant lemon sorbet was a great finish to our meal.
The owner and his wife were very friendly and welcoming. The chef is apparently well known in Italy, his pasta with potatoes and pecorino being featured in a beautiful Italian cookbook, 'Traditione Gusto Passione'. The atmosphere was rustic and pleasant. The bathrooms were extremely clean.
Overall, Lo Stuzzichino well deserves a detour in your travels through the Amalfi Coast.
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