Via Sant'Elia, 18,
In one of the oldest villages of the ancient city, near the Puritate church, one of the most loved restaurants in Gallipoli has always been a place devoted to fish. The very fresh raw material is the master, prepared with a light and expert hand, capable of enhancing the flavours of the sea. The menu, by voice, changes according to the offer of the day. As soon as you take a seat on the elegant glazed veranda, the large roundup of raw and cooked appetizers of proven freshness will begin: from the extraordinary raw prawns to stuffed mussels, cooked and marinated bonito, from raw tuna (exceptional for its flavour) to sliced octopus to rice with almonds and radishes (less exciting). We continue with tagliolini with lemon, rocket and prawns, a straightforward but delicate dish, as well as pasta with bonito and cherry tomatoes. Among the second courses, you will find prawns in salt and wind: a preparation that is once again simple but capable of enhancing the superb raw material.