The Best Lunch | Da Adolfo Positano


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Da Adolfo Positano

Da Adolfo is an amazing laid back restaurant on a little cove near Positano and it may be the best lunch I have ever had! Half way through our meal, James and I agreed that life can’t get any better than this! I don’t think I could give a stronger endorsement to this “hippie-ish” restaurant located on a small cove on the Amalfi Coast. Yes, it’s more of a shack and less of a restaurant but this is the kind of place everyone hopes to find on a vacation. I would highly recommend having your hotel make reservations in advance for you. A true gem – great food, zero pretension and just a great place to have a long leisurely lunch with a few jugs of wines. Relaxed, charming, and perfect!

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You catch the boat with the red fish from Positano, the boats come about every half hour and start around 10am. We flagged down the boat as they passed by our hotel, Il San Pietro.

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Yes, more pitchers of wine and peaches!

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Delicious Mussels and you need the bread to sop up the amazing juices

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One of the best tuna carpaccio’s I have ever tasted! Simple fresh and delicious!

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These tiny delicious shrimp where a special that day and if you see them order them!

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Amalfi Coast take on pesto – lemon and peppers made up this insanely delicious pasta. A top contender for one of the best pasta’s on our trip!

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The fish in the Amalfi Coast was the best and everywhere we went we ordered the catch of the day simple grilled with olive oil and lemon.

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If you find yourself any where near Da Adolfo – have your hotel make a reservation and go!

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