We had been recommended this restaurant by our hotel. The food and service were good but generally overpriced.
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I come from Bari but never dined here before and went on recommendation basis. Apparently it looks like a restaurant but it is effectively an osteria place for the level of service, however you are charged like a fine dining place. It took a long...More
Went for dinner to this restaurant while we were waiting for our ferry ⛴ to ship and enjoyed each plate we ate. Very tasty food, clean and healthy raw seafood, well cooked fish and more. The staff was very friendly. Well the prices a bit...More
Arrived, after a long journey, starving. The place was heaving with Italians so we took this as a recommendation. Not disappointed. Great pasta with sea food. Delicious cold wine. Reasonably priced.
rude and inpolite . a bottle of water and a pasta plate 30 euro??? a theft !!! And we had to wait a lot of time !!! almost a hour !!! never again ... there are other restaurant chiper and better to avoid
We visited here on a Saturday lunch time. We ordered a bottle of Fiano as we were planning on having primi and secondi. I ordered spahetti alle vongole and my husband asked for paccheri with seafood. The waiter was insistent that we ordered antipasti of...More
The fish for the evening were presented for our selection. Fresh from the ocean; they all looked and smelled fabulous. Our selection was cooked (I think I have this right) "under the bell". It was beautifully cooked then prepared and plated for us by one...More
Informal Restaurant with a very good choice of fresh seafood. Good choice also of appetizer and of first courses with pasta. Some of the waiters are very friendly. They serve an amazing Negramaro wine by a the glass that is not expensive but very very...More
The restaurant doesn't open until 8pm...so plan accordingly. I ordered the salad, barata and seafood pasta with a glass of wine. All was very good. The waiters were friendly and nice. The location was wonderful...right in front of the castle. The restaurant was filled with...More