Best Southern-Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Southern-Italian food in Brucoli. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Southern-Italian restaurants near you. including La Tigella, ‘A Priurissa, Ristorante Al Castello Brucoli, Stravento Ristorante sul Mare, Moplen, I Rizzari, Forra Bonu, Al Pontile
E la seconda volta che ci ritorno con molto piacere.A parte la location , una bella veranda sul pontile e vista mare con alle spalle le luci del borgo di Brucoli, abbiamo trascorso una serata sotto le stelle rilassante.Conoscevo il ristorante il ristorante Km 0 a Catania e pertanto ero sicuro della qualitÃ dei cibi e del personale e dello chef.Bella la presentazione dei piatti, prodotti freschi e di qualitÃ , personale disponibile e gentile.
3 based on 250 reviews
During my several stays in Augusta/Sicily in the last three years I was visiting the Forra Bonu several times. For me the return to Orazio, Antonella and team is always a "must", to enjoy delicious sea-food platters, fresh fish from the grill or the very tasty Pizza from wood stove. Beside food I'd like to mention the wide variety of regional Sicilian winemakers. (Good price/value!)I'm looking forward to meet these guys again, as I always really feel welcome as a guest.
3 based on 698 reviews
Sea food and fish heaven right on the waterfront in a quiet, out of the way town. Very local and also somewhat creative and modern. Excellent preparation and a special, romantic atmosphere. Best for lunch in good weather, to enjoy the emerald green-blue water at your table end.
4 based on 360 reviews
This outdoor restaurant is a cozy Italian Pizzeria, with an exelent bartender.The food is pizza onley.In the evening, You can also drop in (outdoor) and just have something to drink.The pizza is ordenary size and taste realy good!!!I can recomend this restaurant/bar if you are hungry or just want something to drink!
4 based on 345 reviews
New restaurant by the sea
This was one of the most pleasant surprises of my week-long trip to Italy and the best and freshest seafood I have ever tasted. We stopped into Brucoli for a drink and were so captivated by the seaside town that we decided to stay for dinner. Stravento was recommended by our barman and we tried to book a last-minute table for 6.00. At first, the restaurant wasnât sure they could accommodate our group of five, but, through some magic, we ended up at the best table in the house, right on the veranda, overlooking the sea. While deciding what to order, the chef scampered down to the waterâs edge, having received a phone call from a fisherman to say that he had a big catch to deliver. Minutes later, the chef was carrying a huge fish, still thrashing, past our table and into the kitchen. Thatâs how fresh and authentic this place is. I grew up in a landlocked area and never really acquired the taste for fish, but my meal here was extraordinary. I enjoyed octopus, fried calamari, raw tuna carpaccio marinated in olive oil and mint, and grilled tuna. Every mouthful was delicious and the freshness made all the difference. The final grilled tuna dish was too large for me to finish, and quite a thick, very rare piece of fish. I would recommend sharing a dish this size. We had a vegetarian in our group and the restaurant did their best to accommodate, making her a pasta dish with fresh tomato salsa, which she rated as âpretty average, but the view and experience are amazingâ. We ended the evening with selfies with the jovial chef. A wonderful, unforgettable evening.
4 based on 750 reviews
This place serves you very fresh fish and exquisite primiâs and secundoâs, while enjoying a beautiful view on Mount Etna and the bay and enjoying the lovely sounds of waves at your feet. Service and staff are excellent as is the wine-list. Youâll love it here and will remember it as âWhat a wonderful night!â
4 based on 377 reviews
I have been here with friends for a lunch.We had an antipasto misto di pesce (fish starters)... It was delicious!We did try also a pasta made with prawns, mushroom cream and truffle. Very tasty!The staff was friendly :)I will come here again.
5 based on 136 reviews
La Tigella o crescentina Modenese, Ã¨ una tipologia di pane caratteristico dell'Appennino Modenese, vengono cotte e consumate tradizionalmente tagliandole a metÃ ed imbottendole con la tradizionale battuta di lardo di maiale, aglio e rosmarino, aggiungendo
We randomly stopped at this place for a late lunch and were surprised by the excellent and unique dishes with home made tigelle. Friendly staff. Highly recommended!
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