The price for usual juice from local fruits is so high! 7,5£ per glass! In good restaurants like da Gemma, in hotel Santa Caterina and so on juice is cheaper...
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Turn off the main street and climb some stairs. You'll know you're there by the people sitting on the seats outside or queueing to buy. Boxes of lemons stacked outside, for the alchemy of sorbet and icecream performed inside. Wonderfully refreshing.
Going rate for a granita pretty much anywhere in Italy is around €2,50 for a small and up to around €3/€3,50 for a medium. And that's including on Capri where we were before Amalfi - which is renowned for being expensive. It's difficult to justify...More
Stopped here on a whim and were totally blown away by the granita. Unlike the majority this didn't come out of a spinning plastic container on the countertop, and wasn't so soft laden as to leave you fearing for your teeth. The portion was big...More
No prices outside.. or at least you cannot see them.. We paid for 1x lemon sorbet & 1x fresh juice.. did not see whether it was squizzed there.. but for sure water and ice to make volume was added. Paid 12euro.. robbery considering italian prices!...More
You can't miss the place, in a small street givi g o to the mai. Street of Amalfi, not far away from the Cathedral square: lots of lemons and oranges in front of it. Fresh lemon and orange juices, lemon sorbets, yogurts, granites, everything you...More
If I could award this place 10 stars, I would. The lemon ice cream is perfection - the best we tasted (and we tasted a lot !) in all the towns of the Amalfi Coast. Andrea, the owner, was fantastic and there were even six...More
Tiny hole in the wall place serving lemon granita and other fresh fruit juices. Small seating area also. The granita was good but expensive compared to others we tried in the area and not the best we had. Still worth trying if you're thirsty and...More