Excellent spot for dinner. Food was delishous. Try the smoked burrata cheese. Refreshing. Housewine is local to the region and a great price. Seafood pasta and grilled Tuna...excellent. The service was good. Enjoy!
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Dined here as a family of four. We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner. We started with assorted antipasti which was all delicious and fresh. The mains were also divine (pasta with black chick peas and mussels) and struggled to get through it all. Service was excellent...More
Grilled fish very good as was the tagliatelle with prawns accompanied by a garden salad. Waiter didn't respond too well for a request for mayonnaise- none. And apparently you only drink cappuccino before midday, so, had an espresso!
This was a disappointment on our first of four nights in this lovely town on the Adriatic coast. We expected much more given the reviews of others. Service was indifferent from the person who appeared to be the owner. Other servers were more attentive but...More
This is a small restaurant just to the left once you enter the Old Town throughArco Marchesale and next to the Church of Stefano. The food was good, simply prepared and tasty. The service was a little cool and let down the experience but overall...More
We found Osteria die Mulini just by walking through town. The restaurant we had planned on had a busy communion luncheon and decided to close for the rest of the day! We ordered a carafe of wine, side salad and orecchiette with rappi and anchovies....More
Food was good, service a little formal could have been more friendly. Wouldn't rush back to this restaurant, maybe our experience would have been different at a busier time of year.
Trying to get into few places on sunday even we found out that most of them are closed and suddenly felt into this place. Small restaurant with few tables only. Waiter may be was not very smiley but professional and did well his job (after...More