We shared an order of the Fried Calamari and Shrimps. Served simply with a wedge of lemon, the calamari was meaty and the shrimps were fully shelled with heads and tails still on, which made it a little difficult to eat. Nevertheless, it was a good enough portion to share.
The Classico Calzone caught my eye. Filled with ricotta, mozzarella, ham, and mushrooms, this rendition was more like a thin crust pizza that was folded over in half. We didn't mind though, as the dough was chewy and the sauce on top though looks scarce in the picture, was just the right amount.
Overall, we had a nice lunch with an impeccable view in Capri. The only downside was the over priced items due to its tourist location.
Total Rating: 3.9
Food: 4, Price: 3.5, Service: 4, Ambience: 5, Accessibility: 5