Poor service and food served as if you are in fast food restaurant. Problably prepared in microwave. Even wine was tasteless. Do not go here!!
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Late one evening we visited this restaurant after a previous reservation fell through. We were concerned to note that there were no guests in the main indoor restaurant and only a handful in the pleasant outside dining area. The service was very poor, pushy at...More
Very good food. fine service and fair prices. Right in the center of the trullis. We had an antipasto, first course, dessert plus coffee and wine for less than 45 euros. Enjoyed the total evening and would return here
We had dinner in the typical Italian restaurant. We had fish and pasta and all tasted well. It was quite busy but se were served in time.
We felt very comfortable at our table in the garden, and had the waiter choose our dishes for us, only wanting local dishes, he obliged. The lasagne alla forno was unlike any lasagne we have ever had, never the less it was delicious. We also...More
The outside looks lovely but that's the only good thing about this place. The staff were unpleasant and sneery, I wish we'd left immediately but stupidly we didn't. Food was so bad it was funny and the service was appauling until it came time to...More
When you are walking in the trulli village for hours, you are bound to get hungry. Location: In midst of the trullli village Rione Monti. The restaurant is a typical trullo itself! Ambience: Very beautiful. Traditionally decorated with conical roofs. Staff: Sweet and friendly. One...More
Perfect location, welcoming staff albeit rictus grins prevailed. We were not the easiest with 2 very young grandchildren and two fairly picky daughters, but we saw much worse - and we are polite and friendly to all. Sat outside, noisy fan from the kitchen (easily...More
There are times (it's pouring down and there's a storm) when you go for what's nearest. Oh dear. Staff were friendly and efficient, surroundings are nice and the pizza was ok. But the rest was tasteless and the house red was the poorest Primitivo (and...More