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Sorrento’s Dining Bliss: Zi’Ntonio Restaurant Slideshow

Sorrento’s Dining Bliss: Zi’Ntonio Restaurant Slideshow


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Destination: Sorrento

After trodding many miles and several hours down perilous Italian roads through Seiano, Meta, Piano, and S. Agnello, we arrive in the visual magic of Sorrento.

On the Road to Sorrento

We walk on the narrow sidewalks down a hill, stopping to gaze at the landscape across the blue water as maniacal scooters, cars, and buses whoosh past.

Sorrento

In Sorrento, Italy, a hotel sits on the side of a hill above the Gulf of Naples with views of the city and Capri to the left, Ischia in front, and Mt. Vesuvius to the right.

Zi’Ntonio ristorante and pizzeria

What we find is a "ristobar" with an interior as colorful and softly lighted as a cathedral.

Dining Bliss

Chandeliers of hams hang from the ceiling of the three-floored Zi’Ntonio ristorante and pizzeria.

Let the Meal Begin

Our meal, shared by the three of us with a bottle of Chianti Castiglioni and a bottle of Morellino di Scansano, begins with impossibly thin and succulent prosciutto treccia and lightly fried calamari and shrimp, fresh from the Gulf of Naples.

Main Course

The main courses include a just-caught grilled fish fillet with extra-virgin olive oil and lemon; veal escalope in white wine sauce; and chicken breast Milan-style that is moist with a crispy outside.

Dessert

Dinner is punctuated with a soft, rich, and tart lemon cake for dessert.

The Grand Finale

Leaving and walking through the purlieus of Sorrento, I think to myself, Zi’Ntonio is a memorable feast. It is the culinary rhythm of Sorrento, a hymn to Italian food with its grandeur and simplicity.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


  • A canal crime wave is sweeping through an exclusive island neighbourhood
  • Fed-up resident now want to block off the island with a boom gate every night
  • Locals say they are being hit with one break-in or theft every single month

Published: 06:15 BST, 17 December 2020 | Updated: 08:21 BST, 17 December 2020

Residents of an island in the heart of the Gold Coast are so fed up with crime they want to shut their community off with a boom gate.

The handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters are being hit with at least one theft or break-in every month.

Thieves have targeted Adrian Zulian's house three times in the past two years - now he's demanding something be done to stop the canal crime wave.

There are just a handful of luxurious homes on North Quay Drive in Biggera Waters (pictured) but the glitzy area is being hit with at least one theft, unlawful break-in every month

'We see it all the time here and just want it to stop, it just keeps happening… We have had cars stolen here, houses broken into,' he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.

A number of angry locals have lobbied the council about getting a boom gate installed on the only road onto the island.


Watch the video: Dinner at OParrucchiano Ristorante, in Sorrento (July 2022).


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