Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Corato. Corato is a town and comune in Italy. It is located in the Bari province of the Apulian region, in southeastern Italy. Founded by the Normans, it became subject to Alfonso V, king of Aragon, at the end of the 15th century, and later to the Carafa family. The chief feature of the old town centre, which is surrounded by modern buildings, is the Romanesque church. It is a twin city of Grenoble, France, where many Coratini immigrated during the 20th century.
Things to do in Corato
4 based on 169 reviews
The selection of food and wine fully represents the offer of Apulia.Five points because:- starters are well prepared using seasonal vegetables, traditional cheeses (ricotta and pecorino) served with warm bread and best taralli- main courses are diverse, giving the opportunity to try also traditionally made ragÃ¹ or chicory served with broad bean puree- prime meat barbecued, including excellent horse meat (traditionally grilled with pepper and spices)- the proposed wines are selected among the best labels offered by wineries from Apulia and surrounding regions- fair price
4 based on 222 reviews
Sorry to say this wasn't a great meal. The service was very slow, and some of our drinks weren't served until after the meal despite ordering when we arrived. The food wasn't amazing, very fatty meat and over cooked. On top of this one member of staff was very rude to us at the end of the evening. Won't be returning.I'm so sorry. I hope you can come back
4 based on 184 reviews
The location of restaurant is perfect very near to historical building Castel del Monte which you can see on 2 cent coin. It is in the middle of olive and other kind of trees The foods are delicious and presentation like from a Michlen star chef. Do not think it is only a meat restaurant surprsingly we ate most delicious seafood we have ever eaten in Puglia region. I strongly suggest everyone to go there...You will not regret.
4 based on 549 reviews
I have been really happy with the dinner I have had at this restaurant.I am from puglia and I was in Puglia for a week with an irish friend. We have tried many restaurants in this week, most of them good enough but but not yet as good as some of the best restaurants in puglia can be some times.Luckily we then decided to visit Il povero pesce, after having seen some good reviews on tripadvisor.We have had first the appetizers, which were:bruschette, pepata di cozze (mussels), prawns cocktail, parmigiana with pesto, graten anchovies, a small cake made of cheese, and 4 mantis prawns.We then chose to have one sea bass each, grilled. They were very big.And at the end we had cake, I had a cheesecake and my friend had a ricotta cake.Absolutely everything we have had was of superb quality. This food, plus bread, half a litre of wine, mineral water and limoncello came as 40 euros (20 euros each!).We decided to leave a generous tip because the price was absolutely ridiculous given the quantity and quality of the food we have eaten.The restaurant is also quite nice, we were seating in a small piazza in the old town centre. The waiters were very friendly and also, seen that my friend didn't speak any italian, they explained all the dishes in perfect english, which was really helpful.
4 based on 155 reviews
Location carina e pizze particolari e buone. Tuttavia, il servizio sarebbe da riguardare: prenotiamo in 6, apparecchiano per 5 tralasciando la bambina. Una volta ordinato, ci aspettiamo che venga portato anche per lei quanto occorre ed invece nulla, arriva prima la portata e poi posata e bicchiere. Cameriera sollecitata ancora una volta per portare un tovagliolo. Inesperienza o distrazione del personale anche nella gestione dei dessert, che non riportati nel menu, vengono elencati dalla cameriera la quale nella descrizione dello "yogurt con cioccolato e biscotto sbriciolato" omette di accennare alla presenza di chicci di melograno e frutti di bosco, a cui potrei essere allergico o che semplicemente potrebbero non piacere. Ed infatti yogurt, presentato anche bene, lasciato a metÃ . Cheesecake invece buona. Tralasciando il personale, come detto, la pizza risulta buona come anche le varianti proposte peccato perÃ² non esserci in settimana quelli che vengono definiti come "impasti alternativi". Pochi, tuttavia, gli antipasti ed i secondi. Primi neanche trascritti sul menÃ¹ poichÃ© soggetti a stagionalitÃ . Di conseguenza dovrei chiedere cosa preparano in quel periodo a rischio di ritrovarmi ancora con qualche omissione negli ingredienti presenti. Menu pertanto da rivedere cosÃ¬ come anche il personale.
4 based on 202 reviews
We went on the recommendation of our hotel on a wet Wednesday evening in September. The map on TripAdvisor was wrong, and once we found it you have to ring the doorbell as the door is locked. The restaurant is in a series of small beautifully restored rooms, and there is no menu, so a good understanding of restaurant Italian is vital, especially if you have any dietary requirements. The food is mainly fish but you can ask for meat, and is made up of local dishes.The house wine was delicious, and we had 4 small but excellent courses - we couldn't make dessert! Including 2 quarter litres of wine and coffee the bill was only 60 euros!! We speculated on 100+ before the bill arrived.Thoroughly recommended if you're in Corato.
4 based on 262 reviews
We stopped in for lunch and were pleasantly surprised. Located on the main street - active but still small town feel. Very nice contemporary interior or outside seating. Very pleasant staff and quite welcoming. Nice lunch - portions we ample, local cuisine and with creativity.Thank you very much for your nice review, we do not know if you were here just passing through or you came to visit some relatives, but in any case we will glad to see you again.
4 based on 370 reviews
"La Pace dei Sensi" is a Hash House in the historic center of Corato, since November 2000 we offer traditional cuisine 'Made in Corato' and meat dishes cooked on the grill.
This place is just great. Good value lunch with amazing flavours. We didn't have a menu, just received loads of vegetarian anti-pasti and good local wine. The owner and waiter are very friendly guys and give the best of service...top notch value. Highly recommended if you're in this part of the world.
5 based on 212 reviews
Fabulous! Splendid food, nice staff, very nice and clean place, very reasonable price.A pearl in the middle of nowhere!
5 based on 164 reviews
This place is a little gem! The restaurant is very small and cosy, out of the touristic routes and unique! The service is just amazing, the chef will find some time to introduce each dish with passion and poetry. We tried basically all their meatballs and veggieballs ("menu degustazione" is highly recommended, so you can have a bite of all) and they were all delicious, genuine and fresh ingredients combined with creativity and a look back to the traditional food. Very reasonable prices. Before or after eating here, the neighboring "Castel del Monte" is a must! a place full of magic!
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