Ristorante Quattro Passi is a gastronomic delight, long adored by the glitterati since opening its lemon-fragranced doors in 1983.
Its name translates as "four steps" in Italian, and judging by its incredible fare, we'd say it's that few steps closer to dining heaven. Boasting two Michelin stars, the restaurant is only accessible by yacht or winding road, adding to its allure. Situated in the idyllic village of Nerano in the heart of the Sorrento Peninsula (patron chef Antonio Mellino's birthplace) it still remains a family-run affair.
Dishes are crafted with serious Italian flair with a contemporary twist, with many of the ingredients plucked directly from the restaurant's own garden. The eatery's menu focuses on four main elements: the region, the sea, tomatoes and lemons, and does so with considerable aplomb, continuously finding creative ways to express flavors. Menu highlights include il mio giardino and spaghetto olio e pomodoro.
Opt for a table on the terrace and expect a visual thrill, looking onto the serene bay of Marina del Cantone below
Guests can expect outstanding food in the sleekest of settings, with tasteful pops of colour dotted throughout the iconic establishment. Be sure to get a table on the terrace: surrounded by blossoming bougainvillea and shaded by towering olive trees, it's a visual thrill to look onto the picturesque bay of Marina del Cantone below.
Interested in visiting Quattro Passi during an Amalfi Coast yacht charter? Inform your yacht charter broker of your preferences when booking your next Italy vacation, who can easily incorporate it into your bespoke itinerary.
Via Amerigo Vespucci, 13N, 80061 Massa Lubrense NA, Italy