Great restaurant with very Nice owner! The food tastes delicious and the place is really cosy! Definitely recommend this place!
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We sat in a beautiful courtyard. The atmosphere was amazing. The restaurant is located in the lovely historical old town. It is a family run business also offering B&B at the premises. People were leaving, arriving through our tables saying ciao, bonappetito to us. Seafood...More
This place is a true jewel that part of me doesn't want to share with you all. However I owe it to the hospitality of Gio and Aldo, the owners, to tell you how amazing this restaurant is. We only stayed in Mazara for 2...More
Yesterday we enjoyed a wonderful lunch in a charming restaurant which served delicious food and offered great hospitality. Although it was a hot day the semi open restaurant area, with covered area, ceiling fans and cool surfaces offered wonderful respite from the heat of the...More
We usually steer away from restaurants with lots of English menu translations out front -- but thankfully we made an exception for La Tavernetta. It is a lovely restaurant, with a covered courtyard area between two houses (a common Mazara arrangement). It has a great...More
Had lunch/dinner here 6 times during May,2015. All meals were excellent,will tell you about one. We started with soup a de mussels and clams. A huge pile of them in broth that caused us to almost finish a basket of olive bread but we had...More
We just had dinner at la tavernetta Di gio after a day in town and we loved it! The atmosphere of the restaurant is beautiful, romantic. The owner is really nice, he makes you feel very welcome, shaking your hand when you come inside. He...More
English version below. Abbiamo mangiato qui su consiglio di una guida locale. Antipasto di fritto misto, Busiate per primo (alla Gio, allo scoglio e alla norma), Zuccotto e cannolo per dolce. Fritto buono, Busiate squisite, Zuccotto e cannolo ottimi. I gestori sono estremamente amichevoli e...More
Waited one hour for our food without compensation. The food was okay, but nothing special. Mazara has better places to offer. Poor service!
After a long afternoon exploring Mazala, a local shopkeeper recommended this off the track restaurant. La Tavernetta is situated amongst tiny alleyways with tables either inside a traditional Sicilian house and outside in a spacious courtyard. We received a warm welcome by the family who...More