Fresh local products prepared well. The pasta was very delicious and homemade. The staff was very friendly.
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Went on trip advisers advice and should be a must for any visitor visiting Le Castella. It might be worth taking a phrase book as English is limited. Set menus for 4 including 1litre of natural wine and a beer and water110 euros. Food all freshly prepared and we were made to fell really welcome. Only fish on the menu... More
Very good restaurant. In a little seaside town, doing things a little different to the rest of the touristy and seaside offerings in La Castella. We had appetisers and then a main (secondo) and wine which came to €55 total for 2, no menu or prices as mentioned by other receivers. it's not expensive nor excessively cheap. Definitely the best... More
We went twice in a few days. Quite incredible food. No menu and no need as it's what came off the boat in the morning. Multiple anti pasti. Pasta courses then fish semi fredo and fennel liquor. If I lived in Calabria I would go every day !! Oh and it's cheap a chips.
My husband and I stopped by this restaurant attracted by good reviews on trip advisor. The place is nice and clean, very traditional and warm. However, there is something that I hate when you go to these kind of places: there is no menu with prices since the excuse is "we tell you what we can offer on the basis... More
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