Driving far south from le Marche, we grabbed the chance to experience a meal at Cibus after reading the special mention in the Cucina Italiana magazine. The inland detour gave us magnificent views of the apulian countryside with the typical trulli stone buildings immersed in ancient olive groves. The town of Ceglie is on a hilltop and parking was not difficult to find. The restaurant entry is very typical and the setting immaculate. At the beginning we received a complimentary bowl of local olives then we had a soup, a vegetarian lasagna, homemade pasta with sausage and veggies, a stew of horse meat in tomato sauce and a dessert. With 4 glasses of very good apulian wine and a bottle of mineral water the bill rose to 89 euro. It has been a very positive experience. The meat was not recognisable of its origin, and the service was very courteous and very professional. The only little mistake was the sauce of the horse meat spread around the plate at the moment of placing the dish on the table. Book before you go.