Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in San Felice Circeo, Province of Latina, Italy. San Felice Circeo is a town and comune in the province of Latina, in the Lazio region of central Italy.
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4 based on 57 reviews
Andare qui a trovare Luca Ã¨ sempre una conferma. Abbiamo iniziato con una selezioni di crudi e devo dire eccellenti. Poi abbiamo continuato con dei paccheri al battuto di pesce e pesto di pistacchio di bronte. Ovviamente ci ritorneremo presto
4 based on 175 reviews
We had mussels, gnochetti with artickokes and skid, and a huge mixed grilled fish plate. One portion of each for two. Very generous portions (inlcuding bruschetta with artichoke paste on the house) and really nice manager, cook and all the staff in general. They also cook some Thai disehs, which we didn't try but I'm sure they were excellen. And very nicely priced (under 50 EUR, with two beers). Highly recommended
4 based on 174 reviews
As a group of 14 people, we came to this restaurant at the last minute with little expectation and were wonderfully surprised by the quality, the variety and the quantity of the food that they served us! Everything was tasty, the portions were more than enough, and the service impeccable. I would return just for this, but I am afraid that I will return to stay here and eat all that they prepare. Highly recommended!
4 based on 95 reviews
Cuisine out of the usual. Portions are small in the French tradition where emphasis lies on quality rather than quantity. Original combination of various ingredients and tastes. This place qualifies most certainly for the Michelin guide. Historical setting by the way, the old horse stables of the Templars dating back to 1200.
4 based on 357 reviews
It was a good surprise to find a wide range of choice in the menu with fresh fish at a reasonable price. The staff was nice and helpful, always smiling and eager to explain the various courses. I'd recommend it to everyone
4 based on 460 reviews
We came to celebrate my sister's birthday so reserved a table in advance closest to the sea. We had a nice breeze and could hear the waves lapping as background "music". Service was impeccable. Every plate was delicious and well-prepared. My lime-scented shrimp risotto was perfect, others' pastas were very good. Mixed grilled fish done just right, deadly desserts (in the best sense!)
4 based on 240 reviews
Riservato e accogliente. Idea dettata da un amore profondo per la cucina del pesce (crudo e cotto) seguendo rigorosamente le regole di freschezza e qualitÃ , accompagnata da ottimi vini e uno staff giovanile, gentile e sorridente. Pochi coperti ma coccolat
Delicious local food, mainly fisch but they also have a meat menÃº.You had us have a nice lunch.Thanke you do much.
4 based on 253 reviews
Went with the Chef's recommendations, all fresh ingredients presented beautifully. Most importantly the taste was amazing with every course. The staff were friendly and happy to answer any questions and explaining each dish. Will definitely come back!!! The Cappuccino dessert was the perfect end to the evening.
4 based on 992 reviews
Visited with family in July 2015 and had one of the best meals I have ever had here. The restaurant specialises in seafood (we didn't notice any non-seafood options on the menu) and it does not disappoint. The antipasti consisted of fresh fish, shellfish, molluscs and salad; all prepared in different ways e.g. Deep-fried octopus, fresh fish & squid and delicious soft mussels. One antipasti was more than enough for three people.We also had a swordfish carpaccio, which was fantastically tender and well-presented. The mango and pineapple contrasted the smoky flavour of the swordfish nicely.For the main course, I had a seafood (prawn, octopus & squid) risotto. The rice was well-cooked in a superb seafood stock and the different textures of the various fish was enjoyable. Just the right amount of rice left me feeling well-fed, but not stuffed.We did not have desserts, as they did not look anywhere nearly as appealing as the main menu (and there is a fantastic gelateria over the road). However, the strong point of this restaurant is its seafood, so this is not a disappointment in the slightest.In short, if you are in San Felice Circeo and have the time for one meal only, eat here. You will not be disappointed.
4 based on 519 reviews
In a typical village of the Pontine coast, typical expression of the rationalist architecture, was born the restaurant "Antico Mulino". The heart of a project of passion and love, sign of a tradition that continues over time. A thought that comes from afa
Been there with my gf on a wednesday evening.The place is new and offers tables inside or, which is nicer in summer, outside. Generally a good first impression.The menu is very limited (4 appetizers, 3 first courses, 3 second dishes all of which meat based, 4 desserts), which generally is a good thing. We had one appetizer (mixed cheeses and hams, nice but not exceptional), two different pastas (both pretty good) and a single dish of meat (good and was definitely enough for two people). One bottle of water, two beers (two 0.66 liter bottles, they don't have draft beer), one dessert (plus one offered), the final bill was 55 euros, which is very good.The service... well, the waiters are very nice, caring and helpful... but it took on average 30 minutes between the dishes, which meant the dinner eventually took 3 hours, way too much. Hope they will improve that, as otherwise the restaurant is pretty pretty good.
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