Very nice location.Went with friends for an aperitif. Not so organized. Bar and restaurant gave us opposite info... Average price. Not suggested in august.
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Great little restaurant on the water. Perfect place to go for a fried fish plate after swimming in the grotto.
Read the reviews ahead, decided to give it a try anyways. Fried fish were overpriced deep-fried squid rings. Pasta with clams tasted acceptable. Waiters spoke little english and were obviously stressed out this evening. View is very good if you go there for lunch.
This fish restaurant and bar is situated on a lovely cove overlooking the sea and is good for just drinks or a meal. No menu in low season as the whole region has so few visitors at this time of year - we were offered...More
Recommended by our host at Casale Di li Canti this was a treasure. He asked them to look after us and that they did. Situated in a beautiful little cove overlooking the sea we feasted on so many fabulous antipasti I dishes we lost count....More
Back to this nice bar / resturant. Start the evening with an aperitivo and watch the sunset. Then sit on the upper terrace and enjoy 16 different antipasti. Then a bowl of mussels and possible. a grilled fish. Pasta is if you have the energy...More
This is a place that can range to a quiet seaside drink to a raging party late into the evening. The drinks are very well priced (2 EUR for one local beer) and the staff is friendly. Not much English spoken but they are welcoming...More
We visited this restaurant during our 2 weeks spent in Pescoluse because it was highly recommended from a dear friend. I must say that the access to the restaurant from a small and busy bar started creating a nice and different experience from the start....More
The restaurant's terrace is set to have a maximum view over the Ionion sea. Guaranteeing a beautiful sunset. The owners give you sunset snacks with local produce. A very nice gesture. The catch of the day was excellent, the other dishes were ok but not...More
San Gregorio at the tip of the Salento peninsula is a very nice place and not too crowded with people. It is worth a visit of its own. But Bar del Moro, which does not look very much from the road, is another reason for...More