Pulalli is an extraordinary wine bar with one of the most memorable locations in the world, just next to Capri's picture-perfect clocktower overlooking the main Piazzetta square. To reach Pulalli Wine Bar, take the small passage at the base of the tower and follow the narrow staircase to the open-air panoramic terrace with a stunning view over the famed Piazzetta and the Bay of Naples on the horizon.
In the beautiful terrace and internal dining room, Alessandro Arbace welcomes guests with more than 150 types of wine to choose from, as well as light finger food and delicious traditional island and Neapolitan dishes.
There are a number of items on the menu that are a must, including fried delicacies like stuffed zucchini flowers, eggplant "meatballs" and fritters, all prepared with high-quality, fresh ingredients. For more filling dishes, opt for salmon tartare with citrus, perhaps one of Pulalli's specialties together with ravioli capresi and linguine al limone. For a main dish, there are an endless variety of options including meat from Ireland and Australia. End your weal with traditional babà al rhum, torta caprese, and tiramisù...all homemade!
Pulalli is a unique spot for a small private dinner or reception: book the entire restaurant seating 30, or surprise your sweetheart by organizing a dinner for two on the exclusive private balcony.
The Arbace family also owns the traditional restaurant Al Grottino
One of the best meals I have eaten in Italy (and the best in Capri) without a doubt. The setting is lovely both inside and out, there is a comprehensive wine list and a good variety of fresh local... more »
The food was absolute delicious. The lemon risotto was the best we have ever had and the veal was unique and outstanding. Came highly recommended by the owners of our hotel and did not disappoint! more »
We just had an incredible meal. The Caprese Buffalo with fresh tomatoes was wonderful as were the fresh anchovies. The pasta with eggplant and mozzarella was incredible and the chicken scaloppine had... more »