We inadvertently arrived on the evening of the start of the patronal 'festa' and so had the restaurant almost to ourselves. We had a good view of the procession as it passed by the door. This restaurant was recommended to us and did not disappoint, apart from the sorbet. It is in a long room with an arched ceiling, seating about 40 covers, with a friendly if over-helpful staff. To start with I had swordfish carpaccio, my husband chose marinated salmon. To follow I chose whole red mullett cooked to your direction, I chose grilled, my husband had a huge scampi risotto; we ate these with a salad. For dessert we chose lemon sorbet containing peach, a nice idea but it was not quite set. Complimentary coffee and chamomile tea to finish. We paid 70 Euros which included water, bread and a bottle of white sparkling Puglian wine which sadly had little lasting sparkle. We enjoyed the food, it was all very tasty and the staff tried hard to explain the dishes to us.
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