Il Pozzo, Sorrento

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    Il Pozzo: Friendly service, good food

    by Turska Written Mar 22, 2012

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    We didn´t find so many restaurants open at march, so we visited most of those witch we found ;)
    This one had friendly service and quite good food. The pasta was more like Italian size (many restaurants made pastas bigger, I belive because of the tourists) so we left little bit hungry, but it was our own fault. The pizzas at the next table looked very good, I allmost felt sorry, I didn´t choose a pizza.
    Place was full of locals, witch is allways a good sign. We were going to go again, and et something bigger, but it was closed at the middle of the week. (maybe not at season).

    Favorite Dish: We had some local specility, pasta cooked with potatos. It was quite tasteless, would have like to have some chili or garlic or something on that. But it wasn´t bad, just maybe we have used to have more spices. The pizza looked great! And house wine was good. I had some kind of chokolate cake (can´t remeber how it was..) and my husband has tiramisu. He liked his tirmisu.

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    il Pozzo: Hidden in the narrow streets of Sorrento!

    by mariahc1 Written Aug 30, 2011

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    We had a very pleasant experience in il Pozzo. The waiters welcomed us very politely and our order did not take that long to come. It was early in the afternoon and very quiet, we must say. But at night, it must get very busy and it must be very romantic. The restaurant is located in a small street called Via Dell'Accademia and it is a 10-minute walk from Piazza Tasso. The decoration is nothing special, it is what you would expect from a traditional Italian trattoria. We enjoyed delicious food and some local vino bicchiere (wine in a glass, not in a bottle). We paid 32.50 euros which we thought was very cheap considering that it was August, in a touristy place, with two plates of pasta each and pizza to share along with wine!

    Favorite Dish: We recommend spaghetti Carbonara (with eggs and bacon) and spaghetti Pomodorini (with tomato and basil). You should also have the Al Salame Piccante pizza especially if you are into spicy food.

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