Ristorante da Nonna Luisa
Our family has a long-standing love of good food, made with our own farm-fresh and home-canned produce alongside the best local products selected personally by us. Our guests love our delicious Italian food...just read our reviews!
Come join us at Ristorante da Nonna Luisa, and we will make sure you sample the best dishes from southern Italy!
All our ingredients are grown here on the family farm in Sorrentoor by trusted neighboring producers.
Here you can savor the flavours of yesteryear, when the entire family would gather around nonna's table each Sunday...
- Restaurant hours: noon - 3pm and 6:30pm - 10pm
- Open daily from April to November.
- Free shuttle bus to and from Sorrento and Positano
- Indoor and outdoor dining areas
- Play area for children
- Reservations are recommended!
Ristorante da Nonna Luisa
Ristorante da Nonna Luisa is located at the Antico Casale farm holiday, exactly halfway between Positano and Sorrento in an area known as Colli di San Pietro where the famed Amalfitana coastal highway 163 begins.
There is free parking for all our guests; if you don't have a car, you can request our free shuttle service to and from your hotel or accommodation in Sorrento or Positano.
Antico Casale and Slow Food
The "Cuochi dell'Alleanza" Project
The Antico Casale in Colli di San Pietro and the Slow Food movement came together in December of 2013, and since then our farm and restaurant have actively supported of this important initiative. We are vocal participants in the Sorrentine Peninsula and Capri chapter, and espouse a "slow" philosophy both in our agriculture and cuisine, including with campaigns like “Mercati della Terra” and “Cuochi dell’Alleanza”.
Our goal is to guarantee authentic local products grown with respect to tradition and in balance with the ecosystem. We participate in “Cuochi dell’Alleanza”, a group of chefs who are the first line of defense for the biodiversity of food around the world, dedicated to using ingredients sourced by small, local farmers who acknowledge the importance of biodiversity in their kitchens. We use products from local consortia, the Arca del Gusto, and small farmers and producers, and are sure to note the origin of our ingredients on our menus to support and recognize their important work. We try to highlight these ingredients from our local area by respecting the seasons and the traditions of our land, while serving them with a modern twist!
If you would like to learn the secrets to preparing traditional recipes from Sorrento, then join one of our cooking classes held at Nonna Luisa.
Your cooking class begins...in the vegetable garden! Here, you will pick the all the produce you need while Mario and Salvatore explain which are the traditional plants grown in this area and how they are cultivated. Once you have completed your "shopping" in the garden, you will move to the kitchen and prepare a meal with a starter course, a pasta course, and a main course.
After your class, everyone will gather around the table to sample the fruits of your labours alongside other traditional local products from our family farm. For those who are not our guests at the farm, there is a shuttle service to and from Sorrento and Positano.