I went there based on a recommendation and I was not disappointed. It’s a casual eatery with fabulous food and service. It seems popular with the locals so get there early.
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Went with the kids for a quick meal. Local trattoria with good local food. Ask for the fresh fish! We had pizzas and pasta with fish, all up to usual Italian standards! Staff was friendly and accommodative. Price quality was good as wee. We have...More
If you like typical Italian restaurant this restaurant will definitely satisfy your appetite. We when there two nights in a row cause we really enjoyed the food. We had pasta with pulpo, mussels, pizza and other great dishs. Service was fair and you can eat...More
Most definetly the best pizza i ever had. We spent 2 weeks in gaeta and ate here about 10 times. The fish is super fresh.Best seafood! Local wine.Tge staff is very knoledge and they really look after you making you feel like at home. In...More
We tried this little friendly and cozy restaurant twice. Once we spent dinner there once we brought home. Both times we had pizza. It was good, tasty, well made and we didn't have to wait long for the orders. No misunderstanding despite the lack due...More
My husband and I found this place while wondering around. Didn't want a huge seafood dinner -- place was packed with locals which is always a good sign. We had a table for two outside after waiting a few minutes. Service was great and pizza...More
We've had dinner here on numerous occasions as well as other places. We continue to come back for delicious food, great prices and exceptional service. The menu is simple but plenty. They are family owned and operated much like the other places here. All the...More
How does one rate a pizzeria as 5 stars? For me, it is based on the experience as well as the food. My wife and I decided to have pizza one evening during our 3 day stay in Gaeta. We decided on Da Emillio solely...More
This restaurant was recommended us by locals. It is family-run simple trattoria with cosy atmosphere - nothing pretentious or snobbish, just typical neighborhood restaurant with tasteful dishes and pizza at reasonable prices and kind staff. Good choice for those who want to avoid "tourist" places.
We lived in Gaeta during the early '70s. On a return visit a few years ago, we ate dinner at Da Emilio every night of our stay (several days). When did you visit (below) is required. Our review is for an older visit, but April...More