Attractive setting by the saline flats with salt heaps all around. Pleasant staff with good food but expensive drinks. Try the beef steak and salad - delicious!
A great place which combines scenery, setting and fine regional food and wine. The busiati and couscous were delicious but antipasti were truly first class. This was washed down by the wines from the Marsala region which are so so much more than the famous sweet dessert wine variant that most of the world knows. The setting is magical, quite... More
We made a journey here for a birthday meal, having been seduced by the ambience and view during an earlier visit to mozia. The experience did not quite live up to expectations,to be honest, though really this shows the importance of first impressions, we waited fifteen mins or syo to make an initial drinks order, then another fifteen for drinks... More
Nice view and an average lunch meal. Nothing stood out as exceptional. Not sure how it compares to other restaurants in the area. If you are there to take the (not recommended) boat ride around Mozia Island, it is a good place to wait. The sandwiches sold on the side were better (in taste and financially) than the sit down... More
"Maybe Chefs are the new Rock Stars of the 21st century? " I pondered this, as I pointed a rented Fiat toward Marsala, as fast as it would go. After eating light with family one night, I headed for a table at Ristorante Mothia in Marsala. Ristorante Mothia is no more, but Chef Biaggio De Vita is alive and well,... More
Cannot say anything about the food as we did not eat here but had drinks while watching the sun set. The view of the salt pans , salt hills and windmills was spectacular and strangely soothing and peaceful.The ambience was casual and service was quick considering the amount of people gathering for a sort of sunset champagne party. A group... More
We stayed in a villa only about a mile from here. On our first night, 7 of us ate a nice meal here. Had a variety of dishes, some nice enough house wine and a very reasonable price at the end. Because we were staying so close, several times we ended up here for a nightcap. It was a very... More
This is a small outdoor restaurant located opposite to Mozia, a fascinating archeological site at the north west corner of Sicily. We particularly liked the excellent busiati mamma caura, with lobster and fish, highly recommended. if you come at sunset you will enjoy a spectacular view of mills and salt hills. I hope to come back.
the bistrot/restaurant/bar is located just in front of the saline of marsala.the bar has some table otside to taste typical wines or drink.price are good as other bars and the service is quiet good(the waitress speaks other languages)we did'nt taste food or something else but it s the perfect place to stay and live the sunset
We stumbled upon this restaurant whilst driving to Birgi for our flight home. What a wonderful last meal with super views towards windmills and salt flats ! Have jsut seen the review by ''mississippi queenb'' which tells you all you need to know. Three of us had the busiata pasta ( thick rope-like pasta) cooked in squid ink. We looked... More
If you own or manage Mamma Caura, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing