ALL DAY LONG
A sunlit room and terrace with breath-taking views of the coast are complimented by an open kitchen where guests can interact with our chefs creating the most exquisite culinary treats from the finest ingredients of the region.
Alici is where the day begins at Borgo Santandrea, welcoming you with breakfast and providing culinary treats throughout the day.
HIGHLIGHTING THE FINEST LOCAL INGREDIENTS
The simple classics of the Campania region prepared with the greatest skill.
View from Room 501
Regional menu, with predilection for great classics from Campania and specifically from the Amalfi Coast.
The view from the terrace sweeps over the blue waters and out to the rocky coast, softly sloping towards the sea.
The flavour of local cuisine, the flavour of local culture.
DISCOVER OUR SELECTION OF EVO OILS
Ours is a true passion for this central ingredient of Mediterranean cuisine
Every morning we prepare different types of bread. A ritual of care and love that from time immemorial has transformed the simplest ingredients into the magical.
Guests who are early birds to breakfast are greeted by the warm aroma of freshly baked bread, a veritable caress for the senses, enhancing a feeling of being at home.
Crescenzo’s cooking philosophy starts with an obsession with fresh local ingredients. His style is heavily influenced by his roots, by his love for the traditional simple Southern Italian cuisine, but still with research and innovation playing an important role. The experiences in the Northeast of Italy at “Le Calandre” (three Michelin stars) and “Agli Amici” (two Michelin stars), have been defining moments in his culinary journey. During his four years in Sicily managing the restaurants of the “Therasia Resort” he was awarded his first Michelin Star. He spent the last three years at “Villa Cimbrone” in Ravello as the Executive Chef of the restaurant “il Flauto di Pan”.
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Wining & Dining
Restaurants and bars in different ways share the same philosophy of gastronomy, marked by territoriality and tradition.