We visited the quaint city of Otranto and found this quality restaurant. We had the catch of the day and it was outstanding.
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We should have turned around before we sat down here. There was a single man sat outside the restaurant at a table, and when a couple came along the restaurant owner told the man he could only sit inside the restaurant because he was on...More
We visited this evening and were hugely disappointed. The guy serving (??the owner) was very helpful and attentive but the food let the restaurant down. I had sea bass fillet which was small, thin and only warm in temperature which came with a 'green salad'...More
In December this was the only restaurant in town that I found open. It is nest to Aragonese wall in a little alley. Inside it was small but cozy. It was a two people family operation, and the service from the owner was attentive. I...More
I had some "orecchiete alle vongole" (local pasta with clams) and I got what I would call a small "half portion" with just a small handful of clams and very badly dressed... My friend who traveled with me had a sea bass filet which was...More
Sorry but after a sparse plate of grilled fish a side dish of basic salad I am not impressed, then the card machine doesn't work, which seemed to happen at every table I watched, So not impressed, there are far better places close by, keep...More
Wandering round Otranto out of season on a chilly but sunny end-of-April evening we stumbled across El Corsaro. We were a little early and the place was empty. But it looked so intimate and attractive inside we went in. We're very glad we did. We...More