A temple of good taste, located on the top floor of Grand Hotel Parker's, this place has a view second to none. You can watch the sun set on the Gulf as your taste buds are pampered by chef Baciòt's preparations. He likes to revisit the ancient dishes of Neapolitan tradition, removing a bit of fat and adding a lot of imagination. The menu is seasonal and might include pizzelle foglia (eggless homemade leaves of pasta with sautéed garden vegetables), pezzogna arrosto in guazzetto di tartufi (local fish in a light sauce with truffles), and costolette d'agnello con le melanzane (lamb with eggplants). In addition to its regular menu, George's serves a "de light" menu, in line with the therapies proposed in the hotel's spa and based on the principles of Marc Messegué, the herbal specialist; it's detoxifying yet extremely satisfying. The wine list is extensive, including a large variety of Campanian and Italian wines (no foreign wines, not even French, which apparently is why this restaurant has no Michelin rating).
- © Frommer's 2013
- Highly Recommended 2010