The food in Casalta is really tastetfull. Genuin italian food the way La Mamma makes. Specially the seafood pasta.
1 - 10 of 15 reviews
The place has a wonderful large balcony in the back that affords some views of the rolling hills and has a great breeze. The waiter was very friendly and very knowledgeable. We ordered the salmon carpaccio to start with. The fish was sliced into cubes...More
Wonderful food and wine, great service. Julia speaks good English and is very happy to explain items on the menu. You can eat inside or outside in the summer. We have eaten here many, many times and will return.
The food in this little restaurant is first rate - there is an extensive menu, including a sizeable seafood section. Everything was well prepared, and beautifully presented. The prices were very reasonable, and the wine selection very good indeed.
This restaurant was situated near the apartment we were staying in and had been recommended by previous guests. The menu is very extensive, making choosing very difficult. I had the mushroom ravioli to start and it was delicious but very rich and very filling. I...More
We got to the restaurant by chance. We were lucky... The place is beautiful- we sat on the terrace just in nature... The pizzas were great!!! so was the salmon... we had very good chainti for a very nice prize.The waiters were so patient and...More
We visited with our two 16 year olds on a rainy July evening and were delighted. There are two full a la carte menus, one fish, one meat, as well as a long pizza list. We had Tuscan appetisers - crostini and mixed meats. The...More
We went there as a family and were pleasantly surprised to discover that this restaurant actually has a two page seafood section of their menu. I had the swordfish which was delicious and the rest of my company was equally pleased with their food. We...More
We had a table outside on their balcony. It was covered by tall trees so on a very hot night there was no breeze and lots of mozzies! (to be fair they were burning coils which kept filling our lungs with smoke!) quite an unpleasant...More