If the walls of the La Capannina restaurant could talk, they would tell stories for months: anecdotes, curiosities, pieces of the life of famous people and ordinary people who over the years have shared carefree moments in one of the island's historic restaurants. Among the many photos that we cherish with affection is that of Aristotle Onassis and Jackie Kennedy, regular of the blue island and of our tables. Since then many things have changed, but not all of them fortunately. For example, the passion with which we choose the ingredients and wines of our menu has remained unchanged. The attention we dedicate to the preparation of the dishes is also unchanged, in search of the quality that our customers have always sought when they book a table in our restaurant.
For us, local cuisine is sacred, and we link it to a delicate reinterpretation. Not to bore even the most refined palates. Telling the story of La Capannina restaurant is like taking a dip in memories. We are in 1929 and Francesco arrives in Capri from a small village in Abruzzo to work as a chef at the Grand Hotel Quisisana. After a couple of years he opens a small restaurant a few steps from the Piazzetta.