Sunday, May 12, 2013
Positano - Da Adolfo
Da Adolfo is one of the more interesting restaurants I have been to. It is a tiny little place directly on the sea. There is no road access, so it must be reached by boat from Positano. At lunch time, Da Adolfo sends there boat to the pier in Positano to pick up customers. The boat is pictured below, and is easily identified by the red fish that says Da Adolfo. We actually missed the boat, and took a water taxi instead. It is a 10 - 15 minute ride.
When you arrive, this is what you see. It is not a fancy place, but it is absolutely magical. It is located in a teeny little cove. I think people go there to swim and spend the day, as well as to eat.
Here us on the patio:
And now, onto the food. When we arrived, we were the only people there, and possibly the last people before they closed for the winter. They asked us what wanted to eat, and we responded, whatever they were eating. We did order appetizers, one of which is a dish for which they are famous: mozzarella grilled on lemon leaves: