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4 based on 1126 reviews
This is probably the most up-scale restaurant in Castro. It's a beautiful place with some great food, very nice and professional service. Prices are very reasonable, just as in other restaurants in Castro, even though this is a bit fancier. Great view! Seemed to be popular among locals, also.
4 based on 277 reviews
I am reviewing the Augustus Resort in the capacity of a wedding guest. Breath taking from start to finish, is all I can say! We arrived at the swimming pool, where canapÃ©s were being served. The atmosphere was heavenly, the place clean and beautiful. The views of the sea were stunning. We had the first course outside in the 'gardens', as this consisted mainly of freshly cooked fish/shellfish. I know that the quantity of food supplied is down to the bride and groom, but there was so much of everything, all the staff were helpful and welcoming, and the presentation of food was amazing.The remainder of the courses were inside and, once again, all beautifully presented, tasted fantastic and the service was wonderful. One of the guests at our table is a vegan and the staff were very accommodating in making her a suitable meal (she has other dietary requirements too). Nothing was too much for them and the staff were all eager to please. The building itself was stunning and clean. The toilets were nice too!It was the best wedding reception we have ever been to and if I could get married again (to my husband, of course!), it would be here :-)
4 based on 991 reviews
We had a great dinner here recently. Very nice, fresh seafood, nice wines. They have nice outdoor seating and the placed filled up quite fast in the evening. Very nice staff.
4 based on 343 reviews
To start with Muro Leccese is a pretty pretty village in Salento ! The main square is fantastic with 2 amazing Baroc churches at both end ! We advise to book in advance , we went mid week and it was full .in summer time toucan eat outside in the square. Very friendly and attentive service , large fish menu and some very good Negroamaro rose wine . Overall we had a great evening with lovely food and atmosphere .
4 based on 743 reviews
The restaurant is located in the small village of castro and offers fresh fish and great pasta dishes. We really enjoyed the food there especially the raw fish (salmon tuna) and the sea food pasta. The service was also lovely with waiters speaking good english which helps and the chef coming to talk at the table. Lovely place!
4 based on 246 reviews
Excellent food, particularly the antipasti. We had 9 plates of starters including fried broccoli, burrata, 2 types of fish, calamari, stuffed pepper, thinly sliced pork and a zucchini dish. Each one tasted delicious and there was almost no room for another course. One of us then had a pasta dish and the other had prawns. Both very tasty. The staff were very pleasant and attentive. Highly recommended. 50 Euros, including water and a small carafe of wine.
4 based on 561 reviews
We were recommended this restaurant by the staff of the place where we were staying. Just a word of warning. The shutters under the sign will be shut with no indication where the way in is, which is through what looks like an art gallery further along the road. It would have been kind of the establishment to at least put an arrow on them! We were shown to a table outside of which there are plenty. We found both the male waiters rather cocky and reluctant to give us a menu and wine list so we pretty well had to go with what we could see in the way of fish - which looked very fresh and the white wine recommended, which slightly irritated us. The fish was cooked well but the accompanying grigliata de verdura (grilled vegetables) consisted of undercooked aubergine and charred, raw chicory. We had a local artisanal gelato (ice cream with chocolate and nuts) for dessert which was good. This restaurant is obviously popular and the staff super-confident but we are not sure it totally deserves its reputation.
4 based on 395 reviews
We stumbled upon this place by accident really, and we were not disappointed! We went for a birthday lunch, and couldn't have been happier with our choice of restaurant. It was a beautiful setting sat outside in the quiet gardens, and the staff were exceptional throughout. Most importantly - the food was delicious, and the paired wines were absolutely perfect. Although on the upper end in terms of price, it was totally worth it! We even took home a bottle of local wine for Â£8 - total bargain.
4 based on 312 reviews
A small sea-food restaurant with a selection of wines from Apulia.
Just beautifully presented food in an attractive cortile. The menu has changed a little since last year and really suits us. Very difficult to look elsewhere when it is this good! Attractive aperitif style Spritz were served to start. Which was a good idea and just the right size.
4 based on 411 reviews
Gorgeous garden at the back so a really lovely place to be. Very friendly staff but food not quite up to promise. Excellent starters but the meat that we had (Tagliata and a steak) was a little lacking in flavour. We nonetheless enjoyed it but it was a little spoiled when we had to wait over 30 mins for the bill, despite asking 3 times!
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