Restaurant La Terrazza di Lucullo
Dinner with a view
"Dining on this terrace is an experience you'll remember for as long as you live"
Suspended between the sea and sky, a terrace, a table for two and a view of the Bay of Naples, Mount Vesuvius and the Sorrentine Peninsula you'll never forget.
Welcome to La Terrazza di Lucullo, Hotel Caesar Augustus' restaurant.
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La Terrazza di Lucullo
- Lunch: from 12.30 to 14.30
Dinner: from 19.30 to 22.30
- Reservation recommended
- Type of cuisine: regional, made using typical local products and ingredients grown in the hotel's kitchen garden
Dress-code: guests are kindly asked to avoid wearing vests and shorts when dining in the evening
The kitchen garden, in the grounds of the hotel, is where the aromatic herbs and vegetables used in our chef's delicious dishes are grown. Something of a rarity on Capri, a rocky island characterized by impervious cliffs and with little if any land available for agriculture, Caesar Augustus' kitchen garden guarantees a supply of fantastically fresh ingredients - throughout the opening season.
A peaceful and panoramic patch of paradise, abundant in basil, rosemary and lemongrass, our kitchen garden is one of Anacapri's sweetest-smelling secrets...
Capri on your plate
From the vegetables grown in the kitchen garden to the fish delivered direct to the hotel by the island's fishermen each morning, only the freshest of locally-sourced ingredients are used to create Caesar Augustus' highly acclaimed regional cuisine.
Then there are Capri's wonderfully succulent lemons, the pasta made in nearby Gragnano, and our homemade bread, freshly baked each morning. We adopted "zero kilometer cuisine": the philosophy of cooking using only the products of our land.
Simplicity, quality and passion are the secrets of our chef Eduardo Vuolo's success. Vuolo, whose creative interpretation of traditional island dishes has left many a gastronomic critic speechless, heads a team of young Italian cooks all of whom, after working worldwide, have returned to their home region of Campania.