Risotto con frutti di mare but without seafood, they even charge coperto for 1 year old kids, tasteless food... avoid it!
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Delicious food friendly atmosphere and attention from everyone Stefano the waiter and the rest of the staff. The chef uses quality ingredients to make art with his device menu. Really great place to visit and enjoy freshly prepared fish from Gallipoli. At restaurant I raccomend...More
All the Staff of Pane Olio & Fantasia thank's you for choose us and we send to you our best regards, hope to see you again the next summer.
They offer a turist menu for 15€ with water or wine. We order 1 fish and 1 terra menu, one with water, one with wine. The young and a bit lost waiter bring a glas of wine and plastic bottle of water (no glas). I...More
This restaurant was quite bad, it was very expensive and was low quality, the food was definitely not fresh and we were a bit ill the day after, service was also very poor and finally it was very disappointing to see that we were 2...More
Restaurant at the first busy square in the old town, fortunately most tourists are trapped at the other restaurants, since this one is in a far corner... Staff was friendly and helpful, the food was delicious. Only diner, no lunch. If you enjoy a quiet...More
Nothing was too much trouble and a menu that was a little different to the norm. The food is very fresh and the menu reassuringly small, they clearly focus on doing a few dishes very well. (Gordon Ramsay style) If you like fresh fish or/and...More
The restaurant is centrally located in old Gallipoli, in a little square extremely crowded and pretty loud. Not recommended for a very romantic dinner, because of the people continuously walking between the tables. We (2 pax) had, for a total of 80€: - mixed appetizer...More
The five of us dined there once, did not like the food at all - the waitor did not show us the fish before grilling it like other restaurants do, the pork cutlet was breaded and tasteless. Do not recommend it.
Loved the chocolate pasta (not sweet) and mussels. I had the breaded monkfish for my main, and my husband had a breaded pork chop (he had enough seafood this trip). Both were excellent! The only regret is that we could not get potatoes with our...More