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We popped in for an early meal last night and received excellent waiter service and the most delicious food we've eaten yet in Matera. We always get a little baffled by the menus in Italy and usually end up with lots of meat and no...More
If you're in Matera, be sure to seek out this tiny restaurant just beyond the Monastero di Sant'Agostino, at the edge of the Sassi Barisano. We ordered gnocchetti with crema di noci, pork shank with pistachios, and pork scallops with vermouth and raisins. Every dish...More
Our first dinner in Matera, DELICIOUSO!
Not sure where the rest of the food pictures went but trust us when we tell you, make a reservation and treat yourselves to beautiful, flavor filled and innovative dinner house.
The owner will play the piano with no...More
Used the Trip Advisor recommendations. Trying to imagine why this place is not higher on the rankings. Cenacolo is one of the top 5 restaurants we've enjoyed in all of Italy. The Polipo salad was perfectly prepared and uniquely served. The ravioli was incredible. The...More
The decor and atmosphere were very nice. But, we ordered and all our food came within 10 minutes...all together. We had an entire bottle of wine to finish and wanted to enjoy a relaxing evening. They should do a better job of bringing the food...More
Food is very fresh, beautifully prepared, presented and delicious. Very unique dishes. We had one of our best dinners here and really enjoyed the ambiance, superb service, great wine and music. Truly a romantic and memorable evening. Owner is fabulous - a serious pianist.
Unusual cuisine, aiming to enjoy and surprise. Very nice place, excellent for having a restoring break while exploring sasso Barisano. We had lunch sharing a Degustazione di antipasti, very good and unordinary.
This was a second recommendation from our hotel and again just around the corner.
The menu is short but quite varied and we chose to share a local speciality as a starter. Cialledda was served in a Kilner jar and was a delicious mixture of...More