We ate at Il Brigantino a couple of days ago. It was a public holiday and pretty busy but we were shown straight to our table. The service was prompt and friendly including English translations for those of our party not so good with Italian. The antipasti was plentiful and imaginative, a change from the usual Puglianese dishes. There were 4 or 5 first courses to choose from and about 8 or 9 seconds, mostly very fresh fish cooked to order. The wine list was much larger and longer than the menu, which pleased most of our group, and our choice of red was liked by all who drank it. All in all there wasn't really a fault. It is pricier than other restaurants in town but the food is worth it in my view.
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