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... After a while it was time for our reservation and we went back to the shops on top of the cliffs. We were very nervous about what to expect at the restaurant. Reviews online ranged from spectacular to downright appalling. Most sided with the latter. Although the staff was reportedly rude, portions small, and food inedible we were interested mostly in the incredible location. Nestled into a cave along the cliff's face, the dining room was beautifully set with a ...
... as the, (and I use the word with some reservation) Chef stormed out in his ‘not so pristine apron.’ Said something in a loud voice to the attending diners. Something we did not understand; and stalked back in to the kitchen. Calm descended once more. Whatever the crisis was, it was now over.
We paid the bill and it was really inexpensive. I mean its local food and drink. So now as I write this, got back to thinking why. Not why did we go, but why was the ...
... Trattoria Amatulli. This is definitely a local place with only 7 tables. We decided to share a sampler for 25 euros plus a vegetarian pasta dish and salad. It was more than enough food. With an antipasto starter, pasta and sauce next, then roast pork, next was fruit, and lastly, dessert cookies. Also, bread, a liter of wine, coffee, and water.
With very full bellies, we set out to explore this unique ...
... Always good to leave somethings for next time :) I've narrated the pictures a bit and will add a few links for more information about these places. Some were easy to access by train.. particularly those along the coast, such as Polignano a Mare, Bari, Ostuni, Brindisi. I would recommend situating yourself in a city on the rail line for easy access unless you are travelling by car. Or even if you are, it can be a very easy and ...
... all of which were less than 40 euros (60AUD) and most were less than 20 euros, and we were happy. I happened to become even more happy when I asked about beer (not listed on the "wine" list) and was told that they had some microbrewed southern italian beers.
It wasn't until we tried to read the food menu that we thought we were going to have a bit of fun! A few words stood out, but most of the words seemed to be Italian specific ...
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