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“Excellent experience in the cave”
Review of Caffe' Cavour

Caffe' Cavour
Ranked #16 of 232 Restaurants in Ostuni
Price range: US$24 - US$47
Cuisines: Italian, Mediterranean
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Good for: Special Occasion Dining
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Description: Un posto intimo, ricercato, ma non impegnativo, nella sala superiore si può degustare un ottimo aperitivo, o il classico thè, per dopo scendere nella sala frantoio del 900/1000, e degustare i piatti che vengono preparati con cura da Fabrizio che usando i migliori prodotti locali, sicuramente riuscirà a soddisfare le vostre richieste.Antipasti, pasta, Pesce fresco non di allevamento, e carni pregiate, verdure locali.I vini sono solo della regione Puglia.Siamo aperti dalle 11,00 am., alle 11,30 pm, la cucina apre anche in orari particolari previa prenotazione, per i classici snack sempre aperta.
Reviewed 21 September 2015 via mobile

We had dinner in this restaurant. We choose it by chance and enjoyed it very much!

The place is romantic and quite exceptional as we were in a cave.

We took some fresh pasta (we cannot remember the name), the tuna, the entrecôte. The food was very good. This is so far our best food experience of our trip.

The staff was very nice and liked to talk with us even if we don't really speak Italian.

We would recommend this place without a doubt.

1  Thank legreg79
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Reviewed 10 September 2015

We had booked lunch time the same day and arrived for 8.30 and by 9.30 it was full. Lovely cave setting. Good service from very helpful staff.I had smoked salmon to start and John had seafood salad. Both good size portions and good flavours. Main course I had the fresh fish, which was sea bream, I was told it would be no bigger than 350g and it was 300g n the bill so 18 euro. John had the tuna which came just as he asked for it, rare. We also had potatoes roasted in the oven. The food was very good. We had a bottle of sparkling water and a bottle of negroamaro. Total bill 88 Euros, lovely evening. Very busy for the staff and they coped well although it was obviously a little slow for which they apologised. We did not mind at all as people watching is fun!

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1  Thank Skiers12
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Reviewed 6 September 2015

We recently had dinner in this lovely restaurant. it is built in a very old cave in the rock in the centre of the town and has a very good atmosphere with great service and attention to detail. The starters and main courses were delicious and complimented with a very good bottle of local wine.
An ideal place for a comfortable, cosy, evening meal and also a nice bar area for pre dinner drinks. Mid price range.

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3  Thank RogerSurreyEngland
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Reviewed 14 August 2015

We were lured to this place by the prospect of getting unbelievable food in an usual setting. Well, we found neither. For a start, on our way to this restaurant we passed through really unique and cool places, full of people, emanating mouth-watering fumes and occupying breathtaking vistas. So, we broke rule #1 in selecting the restaurant "Never Go to the place where no crowd". This is on us. We found ourselves served in the underground facility with no air conditioning and the food was barely eatable.

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1  Thank rusty35
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Reviewed 14 July 2015

Had a great meal here. The setting is amazing. The restaurant is almost in town centre, yet when inside you realise it was once a cave used for olive oil making. Wonderful traditional good local food.
The staff were very friendly with brilliant sense of humour and good English. They were an entertainment on their own.

2  Thank Chriscrisp
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