Clandestino Susci Bar is located in Portonovo Bay, white rock, turquoise water, lavender and brooms on the hills around. It is Conero Park’s pearl, pure oasis and rich of a Mediterranean bush, with intriguing perfumes able to wind you round during your walk onto Clandestino parking area. A fig tree will advise you of the arrival, a crystal sea make you evoke exotic and distant places, your waking dream has just began…

The place opened in July 2000 and it takes its name from a Manu Chau’s song that during that period was echoing everywhere: radios, tv and discos. It has been just for that extraordinary successful song that Maurizio Fiorini baptised this booth as Clandestino, just a few meters form blue Adriatic sea water. Then, throughout some years the name Clandestino lead you only onto the booth, created by Moreno and Maurizio, like it would like to emphasize the erected fame. Nobody remembers Manu Chau’s words song but nowadays when you say “clandestino” everybody lets his mind going to that paradise: Portonovo, in Ancona province, circled by sea-water, sand, blue sky and a night light which shine a little church. A spectacular scenography invites for a romantic dinner, just for two people under the moonlight.. this place hides even a beautiful friendship’s history, between Maurizio and Moreno, as well the beginning of an extraordinary gastronomic adventure which we could synthesise as sushi “reform” ( we do not use revolution because unfit for food) that here has become susci. At first look you may say that is a simple play on words where the “c” letter takes place of “h”, but it is not so. There is even a lot creativity behind, and professionalism too.