Easy going restaurant with an old fashion family atmosphere. In the summer a few tables are available outside even if on a local road. At Orbetello this central location is appreciated if you with to take a walk.
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We have tried to get in to this restaurant, or book a table for later, in person, several times. We are a fairly respectable looking couple and often have another couple of friends with us. Although the place is almost empty and no reservations appear...More
Recommended by the hotel staff as being the best fish restaurant, we tried it. The pasta with clams was ok, so was the insalata di polpo, but nothing outstanding. The waitresses were unfriendly and we had to wait a lot for them to bring everything...More
There are so many excellent restaurants between Orbetello and Porto Santo Stefano that it is hard to pick- We spent two weeks in the area so we got to sample quite a few and we feel that this area has the freshest and best fish...More
Orbetello has become a wilderness of Romans up for the weekend, making the passeggiata to see who else is up for the weekend. It's not a town any more, it's a destination. Pizzerias and places to buy beach stuff, what in America would be candle...More
Every day it's foolly booked, there are persos who are waiting at the entrance.Everybody knows that it worth! very tasty and fresh made , you fill at home, in the good moments! Mister Sergio Petrucci it's old in this profession and he teaches very well...More
even tough the guy who took our order was not very nice, and angry, the pizza was excellent, the best pizza in orbetello, we went there 3 times!
The food is always good. The fish is always fresh. The oil used for frying is never old. The staff are attentive. The decor is quirky. The menu is rather short but it reflects the quality of the simply prepared food. The house wine is...More
We had two grilled fish (local orata, very well cooked with a thick wedge of lemon), one serve of potato fries (thin & well done), one serve of boiled greens (fresh, served with a thick wedge of lemon and a bottle of olive oil so...More