Run by nearly everyone in the family, led by Mamma Angela this trattoria keeps the tradition of the rich, authentic cuisine of Puglia, alive. The ... More
Osteria di Mamma Angela
Run by nearly everyone in the family, led by Mamma Angela this trattoria keeps the tradition of the rich, authentic cuisine of Puglia, alive. The restaurant is welcoming, simple and friendly with waiters who joyfully pass by the tables and give you plenty of advice on what to choose. You will find all the traditional recipes here: Tiella, rice with potatoes and mussels, Troccoli with octopus sauce, Ciccatelli with beans and mussels. There are of course plenty of home-made Orecchiete. Wines are from Puglia and the desserts are home-made.
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This authentic osteria announces itself with four old tables which are arranged under the old arches. Inside there is one
room with a wine cellar underneath. Most important of all is your host: Giovanni. He offers sandwiches with lardo ...