Monzù Restaurant

    Monzù Restaurant

    The name “Monzù” Restaurant is a deformation of the French “Monsieur” which is how they called the chefs who worked in the courts of leading Neapolitan aristocratic families between the 13th and the 19th century.

    Chef Lionetti’s menu includes many historical Capri favourites and Neapolitan dishes.

    Chef Lionetti

    Capri is my island and my whole life, and that includes the kitchen. Nature and style are perfectly balanced here, and that’s just what I look for in my cooking: respect for the ingredients, clean flavours, flawless presentation. From pasta and potatoes with blue lobster and smoked provola cheese from the Lattari mountains to sliced red tuna with citrus fruit sauce and maritata endive. Why did we call it “Monzù”? Because the chefs to aristocratic Neapolitan families were once given the French title “Monsieur”. And because the language of Naples reinvents everything, even when it comes to cooking.

    Luigi Lionetti – Executive Chef

    DRESS CODE

    We politely remind guests that dinner in the Monzù Restaurant requires smart casual dress. Gentlemen are asked to wear trousers and a dress shirt. Shorts, sleeveless shirts and thong sandals are not permitted. 

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    Contacts

    Phone +39 081 837 0844 
    info@hoteltragara.it

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