Nice quiet terrace on non important street so nice and quiet. Choice of fish or meat, both very well cooked, and served quickly and efficiently by well mannered waiter. Definitely a recommendation.
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Mixed reaction from our party of six. Three OK, three bad. Pasta, veal dishes were ok. The sea bass baked in the oven in stock (water) was awful. To make matters worse it came whole and only when served did they ask if we wanted...More
good choice of menu non tourist food, lovely surroundings in an old building sensitively restored, service very good. Nothing to dislike!
La Pignata was recommended to us by our B&B host, Dominico of La Casa del Gelso Bianco (I'm recommending his B&B also). We were only in Otranto for one night and I'm glad we chose here to eat. The restaurant is a lovely cosy little...More
There was excellent choice of local specialities. The dishes were of high quality, but the portions on some of the main meals were a bit small. The atmosphere was great and the service was excellent. The price level was a little on the higher side.
We found our way here after a long day's driving and were very pleased that we did. The ambience was relaxed and the food excellent: the octopus cooked under the pignata was the freshest but most tender we've ever had and the ravioli and recommended...More
We ate here on our recent visit. It is a small restaurant with most of the tables indoors. The staff were very helpful in moving us to a better table as soon as one became free. The food was very good and fairly priced. We...More
Delicious dinner of baked sea bass for me and salted cod ravioli for my partner. Followed by off menu ricotta dessert which was well worth trying! Accompanied by a lovely bottle of local bubbly recommended by the waiter. Would go back again.