Walked from Sant'Angelo on the little path going directly up the hill and found this place at the top! Amazing views, great coffee and pastries.
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Got a scooter of the day at the island, and as always we stopped here, had some very nice bruschetta and enjoyed the vista. Food and wine were very good, the coffee excellent. One of the best places ever for a short stop!
We had visited William Walton's garden and were following the main road around the island when we discovered this restaurant. You can park just around the corner near the church. Climb the steps inside the bar to the restaurant above and have a meal looking...More
Stumbled upon this place on a lunchtime bus journey from Sant'Angelo up to Fontana. Initial confusion over lack of menus was replaced with delight at the quality of the food that was brought out. The waiter told us what was on offer for lunch (set...More
The restaurant-bar is located at the most stunning panorama spot down to S. Angelo, with Capri and Sorrento on the one side and Forio and it's surroundings on the other. Local food is served as well as cakes and icecream. The family has it's own...More
Stopped for a coffee and tea during out drive to Monte Epomeo. Great views with their outside seats of the surrounding area, especially Sant' Angleo which is directly below. Staff had trouble with English, but we got by with our Italian. service was good and...More
The highest town on the island of Ischia is Serrara Fontana, where the Epomeo mountain stands up. Here you are with the surroundings of La Floreana, a restaurant at around 500 m above sea level offering a few dishes prepared according to the local tradition....More
We had a fabulous experience at La Floreana, overlooking a breathtaking view! the rosted chicken was perfectly cooked and delicious; great value for our money, We would definitely go back. We really enjoyed the casual, warm atmosphere and friendly service.
If you want authentic Ischian cuisine, La Floreana is THE place. You will dream about your meal there long after you've returned home. The pizza is devine, the "coniglio" is tender and the "chicken under a brick" is heavenly. The cafe' at street level has...More