Terrible service. We had to wait almost an hour for our pizzas...when they finally arrived...them were raw. When we went to pay the bill the debit card machine not working...
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This is certainly one of the most popular restaurants in Gallipoli, so you might want to arrive early, if you don't have a reservation. The majority of the staff don't speak English, which may be a challenge for some people. They were friendly, and the...More
Superb location near the cathedral..Good food in a vibrant atmosphere.. varied food and wine menu at decent value.. recommended..
Family run restaurant offering typical Puglian food. Great menu and good service. We came here twice during our stay and although it was towards the end of the season it was always busy, A good sign.
The restuarant features three smiling sisters in their youth on the menu. If they would maje a visit today, they would rather weep. The location and ambience is greate but the rest i a disappointment. Uninspiering food and very high wine prices. Classical tourist trap.
There is nothing fancy about this restaurant, but it serves good Neapolitan pizza at very reasonable prices. I recommend drinking beer rather than wine. The wine comes on tap (yes, like beer) and the white wine is that weird effervescent variety they make in Puglia....More
With a pizza oven in the restaurant and good pasta dishes this is a good restaurant. The menu isn't particularly full of local dishes they are more generic, but good quality and value.
theay aze specialised in neapolitan cuisine , a bit different from that from Apulia , ,diferent specialities: try the Calzone di scarola , fiori di zuccca fritti ripieni , piatto di cacio e salame con pizza bianca , gnocchi alla sorrentina....they melt in your mouth!!
The meal was fine and portions large, particularly a mixed salad. We ate an acceptable pizza and pasta. The restaurant is nothing special but ok. Don't recommend drinking the house red. The service was good and staff pleasant. There is no terrace and it got...More
Admittedly, we did visit Le Tre Sorelle in the height of the Summer season when clearly, they were inundated with too many tourists and weren't coping. We were ushered in without a hint of a smile and thereafter the service remained poor. It took well...More