Monday, November 13, 2023

Dining Exceptionally Well in Sorrento, Italy

We discovered Casa Tua by researching TripAdvisor and Yelp. Our efforts were rewarded by a fascinating dinner in this modest little joint.

The fixed-price menu consisted of a collection of the chef’s favorite dishes, supplemented by what looks good in the daily market.

We savored a ceviche or fish tartare.

Lemon Sea Bass Meatballs…

Katalfi Prawns…

Cuttlefish Salad…

Courgette Fliwers stuffed with ricotta and Parmesan.,,

Calamari and more…

We finally gave up and skipped the final course. Another outstanding Sorrento dining experience.

On our final night in Sorrento, we ended up at a pizza joint after our original choice is apparently closed Sunday, despite the reservation website The Fork confirming our reservation before canceling it at the last minute.

Lieve isn’t a bad place at all, and it was quite reasonably

We two dined on Neopolitan-style pizzas today in the miserable Naples International Airport, and enjoyed it too.

We do admit to still preferring Kathy’s homemade pizza, but we certainly will keep that to ourselves.

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