- Hours: Lunch 11:30am - 4:30pm | Dinner 7pm - 11:30pm
- Open daily
- Closing period: from 4 November 2023 to 12 April 2024
- Piazzetta Angelo Ferraro, 2/3 - Capri
The best fish in Capri? In the harbor (of course!)
- The amazing view of the port of Marina Grande
- Excellent seafood
- Order dinner on board after anchoring off the shores of Capri
Why choose Lo Zodiaco in Capri
The warm sea breeze, the delicious scents of the island's cuisine, a glass of white wine, the sound of the waves: you're at Restaurant Lo Zodiaco, in Marina Grande, Capri's picturesque fishing district.
Not surprisingly, given the restaurant's sea edge location, fish is the major protagonist of every menu. Lo Zodiaco is, in fact, renowned for its fabulous dishes prepared using Capri's fantastically fresh fish, seafood and crustaceans.
This said, there are plenty of other, non-fish based, Mediterranean specialties too; from the island's world-famous ravioli capresi to traditional Neapolitan pizzas, baked in a wood burning oven.
Dinner in the harbor
What better way to spend a warm summer evening than with a leisurely al fresco dinner on Lo Zodiaco's terrace? The dining room is delightful but, in the summer months, you'll want to eat outside, surrounded by the bobbing fishing boats and the sounds and scents of the sea.
Got your own boat? Drop anchor off the shores of Capri and order dinner on board - from Lo Zodiaco!
Day tripper? Even if you're only going to be on the island for a few hours, that's no reason why you shouldn't treat yourself to a taste of Capri's delicious cuisine! Have lunch at Lo Zodiaco and, whether you choose a bowl of sea food pasta, a fish dish or a pizza, you'll enjoy an eating experience you'll never forget!
Locations - How to get to Capri
Restaurant Lo Zodiaco is located in Marina Grande, Capri's main port and fishing harbor. From the center of Capri you can reach Marina Grande using the funicular train (the journey takes a mere 3 minutes), or by bus or taxi (10 minutes).
The restaurant is located in the heart of Marina Grande. On the one side there's the commercial port where the ferry boats and hydrofoils drop anchor; on the other side there's the dock where the island's fishermen keep their traditional gozzo boats and from where tours to the Grotta Azzurra depart. The restaurant is located right next to the tourist harbor where, each summer, the world's millionaires moor their luxury yachts.