We came for dinner, we had three starters and one dessert and we were charged 45 euros!!! The seafood was ok however I'm not sure it's worth that much. A little disappointing. Sadly not apt for turists
1 - 10 of 11 reviews
I went to the Tre Caravelle for a family dinner with my siblings. It was a really warm nice so we sat inside. The dining room was very fresh and welcoming and we got served right away. We started with a fish appetizer for all...More
Arrived here for our table booked at 8.30. It was packed with locals including a large group having a christening party. We were seated and offered water and drinks straight away. The waiter then asked if we wanted the antipasti. We said yes but explained...More
We went to the restaurant on a Sunday night around 20h30, so it was not too busy. We were sat down, but never given a menu. The waiter came and asked us if we wanted the apetizer feast...I said sure, but is there anything else?...More
The food is excellent the value great but the service was chaotic , cocky and shody and the restaurant was 1/4 full ! Had to ask for menus , bread , water , wine list , condiments , 3 items we wanted were not available...More
If you like to eat with the locals rather than the tourists, give this place a try. The service is a bit chaotic, but on the whole the food is very good and reasonably priced. The fish is plentiful and fresh from the catch! You...More
We've been there and had a wonderful mix of antipasti and then a delicious Pasta allo scoglio. Everything was fresh and just wonderful
Thank you so much!!! We are waiting for another chance.
Family restaurant popular among locals and tourists that look for something genuine. Fish dishes are prepared according to the traditional recipe and using local ingredients. The ambience is a bit retró but that´s also part of the experience. There is no real menu and you...More
Thank you for your kind review. J hope to have you here very soon. We are working for offering a faster service as you suggested.
We had a nice dinner here on a Wednesday night, starting with gnocchi with swordfish and fettuccini with seafood, but the overworked waiter could just not keep up with things as other guests came in. There was another waitress, but she was much slower and...More
and it was very good. Many delicious fish courses, good wine, fun décor--with fishing nets, and other nautical-themed ornamentation. We were very weary from traveling, had arrived late to the hotel, it was pouring down rain, and we had to get up early for next...More