Elegant diners linger over cocktails and cuisine from a Michelin-starred chef at the intimate bright blue wooden tables of Capri Palace’s Il Riccio Restaurant and Beach Club, perched over the ocean on the tiny island of Anacapri.
In a Mediterranean atmosphere, sitting at blue wooden tables, you can have lunch and dinner almost every hour of the day.
The restaurant “IL RICCIO”, awarded with one star in the 2013 Michelin Guide, is a place of signs and symbols, of women with hair made of sponge and sea mermaids created by artist Paul Sandulli.
The open kitchen is decorated with majolica tiles from Vietri.
And the fish counter, like a Pompeian painting, that not even the Latin poet Ennio would have imagined, full of octopuses and cuttlefish, of bream and sea urchins, lobsters and seafood.
Finally, the secret rooms of desserts, where children’s dreams come true in the form of babà, small capresi, delizie al limone and sfogliatelle.