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A great find in the old part of the city. Nice appetizers and primi, the seconds were even better. Everything is fresh and local. Welcoming and helpful staff. Best part is the homemade ice cream that is made per order!
We were here 4 friends and one child. We ordered the pasta menu for 20 euros. 6 vild starters, 2 pasta dishes, 2 fish dishes (was one the same as the starter??) and a bruschetta. Great taste! For dessert we chose vanilla icecream and oh...More
I found this restaurant that had been recommended by friends, a little off the beaten path. Very nice, medium size restaurant with extremely nice, efficient waitresses. I was not impressed with this lunch special. Maybe because we were there early but our order of antipasti...More
We were there for lunch and it was amazing. We orderd menu they preferd as one of best and they taking on the tavle untill you stop them..... After starter i was geting full but we handel a few more meals and it was amazing....More
Not that easy to find but go in and join the locals that pack Zero Miglia. Fish and seafood could not be fresher since they are the fishermen of Nettuno. If the fish is not in season then they won't have it. If you're on...More
We travelled to the coast to meet friends and though Im not a great lover of fish, my wife was looking forward to a great fish lunch. We arrived here and managed to get a table without reserving, though it is reccommended to do so....More
Spacious pretty restaurant. We chose the cooked starter which Was enormous, very fresh and delicious. We Made the mistake of ordering two seconds as we were nearly full from the starter. It Was so good that we will return next weekend
We ordered the menu of "raw and cooked" fish. Started out with 6 small appetizers of raw fish - lemon marinaded (unfortunately also with lemon pits), then some cooked small dishes of fish filets on spinach, fish casserole and fried anchovies, then pasta with tomato...More
So, the idea is simple, zero miglia is zero miles, so everything is from local suppliers to Nettuno. Trouble is the menu is baffling for anyone not fluent in Italian, which I am not. We ended up having fresh tuna spaghetti which was stunning and...More