The dishes which are relished and savored are Thai squid and grilled garlic prawns with glasses of Fiano di Avellino – at more than $100 a head.
And if diners want to stroll in the beautiful surroundings and work up an appetite they can meander through the narrow streets of the medieval town, built on sheer cliffs with scattered white buildings and natural caves.
A similar setting was used to provide a pleasing sight for local aristocracy during grand banquets at the restraint as far back as the 1700s
The Grotta – Italian for ‘cave’ is built from local stone and is a part of Grotta Palazzos. The restaurant is open from May to October.
Now as the idiom goes “Food is our common ground, an universal experience” this experience combines all elements of universe to give you an enchanting experience.