Best Mediterranean restaurants nearby. Discover the best Mediterranean food in Termoli. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Mediterranean restaurants near you.. Termoli (Molisano: Térmle) is a town and comune (municipality) on the Adriatic coast of Italy, in the province of Campobasso, region of Molise. It has a population of around 32,000, having expanded quickly after World War II, and it is a local resort town known for its beaches and old fortifications. Once it was known only as a fishing port, but in the new millennium it is a favourite resort for Italian families.
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4 based on 195 reviews
Lungo la strada, ho trovato un angolo di paradiso. I proprietari mi hanno servito il piatto di antipasti di pesce della casa: 10 portate di pura poesia! Anche io fritto sublime! Prezzo: troppo basso per aver mangiato cosÃ¬ bene!
4 based on 415 reviews
We ate at "Il mosto selvatico" while looking for a non-fish restaurant. I have an allergy to shelfishes and mussels and I generally feel sick everytime I eat fish.. This restaurant was actually advised by another restaurant as the best meat restaurant in town.We had cavatelli (a type of pasta) with fresh tomatoes and caciocavallo (a local type of cheese) and meat (tagliata with parmesan and tomatoes and straccietti coocked with balsamic vinegar, parmesan and salad).All the food was good, but nothing so special to make us willing to ho back.They also have a wide range of wines, which we did not try.The location is well kept, you can eat inside or in the street, as we did.We had the impression they are not very keen om children, it looked like our doughters were a burden.More expensive than average.
4 based on 786 reviews
Il ristorante Mari e Monti propone degustazioni di carni locali e di pesce freschissimo, combinazioni di sapori delicati del nostro mar Adriatico con quelli forti dell entroterra, serve piatti unici e carichi di emozioni. Chef Ruggeri Domenico
One word ... WOW !!! This was delicious fresh seafood pasta dishes that truly delivered the taste of Italy mixed with gems from the sea . I will definately go back here !
4 based on 396 reviews
Situato al centro di Termoli in un quartiere tranquillo a due passi dal porto turistico e dal castello, proponiamo deliziosi piatti di pesce e carne con particolare attenzione al baccalÃ . La capienza della sala interna Ã¨ di 36 coperti mentre in estate abb
Ristorante "Da Adele" in Montaquila (my traditional family village) is a quaint family-run restaurant serving quality food at a reasonable price. Nice ambience, friendly service, home-cooking.
4 based on 539 reviews
You wouldn't expect great food here, but don't be misled by appearences: this place offers terrific seafood! We ordered antipasti misti and were served 3 cold and 3 hot starters, all of them excellent. Followed by great spaghetti vongole and shrimps ravioli.Including a bottle of Greco from Molise's best producer Borgo di Colloredo, water, 2 desserts and 1 coffee, I paid 57 euro, which is a steal for this quality! Will be back later this week!
4 based on 215 reviews
We decided to have our wedding reception at the Agora and it was the best choice. We went to the Agora' few times previously enjoying their delightful meals. On the terrace, overlooking the beautiful Termoli coastline and the deep blue sea, under a strikingly red moon, we celebrated our wedding surrounded by close friends made even better by the quality of the food served. We had a variety of antipasto with local produce, several main meals and local wines that made the night more enjoyable and memorable. The service was great. Don't be fooled by the area where the restaurant is located as it does not match the restaurant style and quality. Once you enter the building, you will be surprised by the simple and elegant furnishing and the quality of the meals. Highly recommended restaurant.
4 based on 222 reviews
Siamo una Trattoria casereccia Napoletana...i sapori partenopei, dall'antipasto al dolce,in un vicolo di Napoli, ma a Termoli...Scopriteci !!!
Non posso che straconfermare le altre recensioni. Ristorantino appena defilato dal corso principale = location tranquilla, personale gentile, attento, simpatico, garbato. Cibo : eccellenti specialitÃ napoletane con prodotti di qualitÃ tra cui spiccano i primi ottimi, pizza fritta ripiena... tanta roba! cuoppo: che bontÃ ! Prezzi onestissimi.
4 based on 353 reviews
In Questo Locale E' Vietato L'ingresso Con Animali. In This Restaurant No Pets. Dans Ce Restaurant Pas D'animaux
If you like fish, that is the place to be! The food is well presented and the service is impeccable! The "KITCHEN" very professional! Well worth a visit!
4 based on 1050 reviews
Michelin recognized restaurant for obvious reasons. Small quaint restaurant in the heart of the old town of Termoli. Ate in the private room downstairs for a wedding anniversary event. Beautifully decorated. Food was excellent. Pasta homemade. Seafood perfectly cooked. Food came out quickly. Attentive wait staff. Perfect venue for a small private event. Also a perfect venue for a romantic dinner. Would definitely return. Spaghetti di mare was my favourite dish.
4 based on 1784 reviews
La famiglia Morelli gestisce la trattoria da ben 40 anni crescendo con essa e mettendoci tanta passione e attenzione per soddisfare e sorprendere oggi volta i nostri ospiti. Il Grottino non vuole essere un locale chic o di lusso ma un posto dove trascorre
It was a pleasure tonight for an "impactful" (key cover word when one's no longer wearing a younger man's clothes) birthday celebration to taste the varied range afforded by Termoli's Il Grottino Ristorante Pizzaria. Here the ratio of cost to value is quite strong. To begin, our table was introduced with a tasty house gifted lightly fried and slightly salted bruschetta cum basket of bread. We began officially with a liter of water, half of local tasty sfizzando white chardonney, single shared antipasto of four natural tastes of the sea combined with three similarly cooked. This was followed by my excellent and generous portion of tagliatelle nero sepia chock-a-block with baby clam vongole, the taste of which could off knock one's socks. My wife had a brilliant light gamberi/shrimp ravioli. (Aside: I rarely find ravioli well balanced, usually a mask for bland internal ingredients. This was that somewhat rarer happy exception).Our entree consisted of two halves on a single plate (allowed as it was a compleano/ aka aniverso di nato/happy birthday allowance) of skewered broiled pulpo and roasted gamberi. We had absolutely no room for dessert (despite touching no bread and oil) and the final cost was an excellent E 56 plus tip. The table next to ours consisted of three younger gents engaging wholesome looking individual pizzas and excellent beer. (Ageist comment forewarning: they may have talked and /or looked up at each other 5% of the time they sat, otherwise absorbed in their personal phone "research". Sad to see such antisocial "social media"patterns in both Italy and America, which empashizes the lately measurable lessening proximate contact between genders on both sides of the Atlantic.'Nuff said! On a lighter finishing note, it's easy to see how Il Grottino has earned its COE TA stripes. A solid relaxing recommendation!Thanks for the nice words, we were happy to welcome you and your wife for her birthday directly from New York
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