Stopped here for lunch with friends. Tuna insalate with grilled vegetables and cuppo d calamari were tasty for a late lunch after wandering the medieval streets of Salerno.
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Service was a little bit confused but overall we had a good experience. We came here for lunch and had 2 pasta dishes - one with broccoli and sausage which was divine!! Really tasty food overall.
We were temped by a man playing the guitar, but we soon realised it was the wrong choice. Some "typical" locals seems to gather here and are served first and faster than the other guests. When we started to complain, service became unfriendly. We had...More
This is our second visit here and although our startershad come out rather quickly, our mains took 55 minutes. Our children were tired and our toddler was falling asleep on his high chair. I've ordered the genovese spada (swordfish) and got genovese with octopus, which...More
While the food was not poor it certainly did not live up to the standards of our other Italian food experience within similar $price range. The ragu sauce on my pasta was ok but lightly applied. We felt more like customers than guests.There are just...More
The food is great, fresh and authentic cookung no doubt. I am Argentine born with Italian blood and although I speak basic Italian, literally, I spoke Spanish/Italian to them and they seemed to be grateful for that. As soon as we walked in to the...More
My mom and I ate here one night in Salerno. The food was great, if a little pricey, but it's an upmarket restaurant and it goes with the territory. The quality of the food was great, and the service was very good. I'd recommend the...More
Our group of four happened on la Lampara during lunch hour, were immediately seated, our order promptly taken after the waiter made several enthusiastic recommendations. My wife ordered the Pizza Diavolo and proclaimed it the best she'd ever had. My white pizza with escarole, anchovies...More