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Paestum: Ristorante Nettuno

Via Princicpe di Piemonte , Phone: 0828.81.10.28


Reviewed by: Lorac from NY, review #766

When: 2004

This restaurant is on the grounds of the historical site of Paestum. It is a grand old building that was converted into a lovely restaurant.

There is also a glass-enclosed veranda for dining with views of the temples. The atmosphere is quiet elegance.

For antipasti, I had bucconcini di bufala sul letto di rucola e radicchio, and My husband had antipasto misto di mare al profumo di limone. Both were prepared with the freshest ingredients and were delicious. For secondi, I had Linguine Degla Dei which was linguine tossed in olive oil, green olives and pachino (stale tomatoes). The tomatoes are somewhere between fresh and sun-dried. We also had risotto a la pescatore (shrimp, claims, mussels) which was light and delicate. The Cilento Bianco was local and a perfect accompaniment.

The surroundings were gorgeous, the service was excellent and the food was wonderful. We thoroughly enjoyed Ristorante Nettuno.

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