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This was one of the worst meals I’ve ever had. The service was terrible. My partner and I simply didn’t understand how in a region with so much amazing produce you can create dishes so tasteless and not fresh. It’s also very pricey and definitely...More
Taverna Del Capitano was a welcomed break during our Cinque Terre Hike!
We had fab Aperol Spritz and carb loaded on pasta before the next (steeper) hike! The service was a little slow, but it was super busy so understandable.
My partner and i unforfortunately somehow ended up at this ****box after our hike we did from Corniglia to Vernazza and we were starving. I guess we should have known because no one was sat at the restaurant when we arrived. But at least we...More
We are in Cinque a terre.We went to this restaurant it was one of the worst we have been to in Europe and that's saying something.The service was attriocias seating on a hill,dodgy chairs ready to collapse glasses and cutlery chipped scratched and not cleaned...More
Poor service, overpriced, bland food, no interest from staff. Greeted with "for eating only" before being granted access to half-empty restaurant. In line with the rest of this little horribly exploited village.
I would not recommend this place. The service is beyond terrible... The waiter ignored us from the moment we sat down. He was busy checking out ladies that were walking by the restaurant. He didn’t even look at us when we placed our order. No...More
Following a sunny boat ride from Manarola to Vernazza, we had an enjoyable lunch under the Taverna’s outside umbrellas. Seafood is the order of the day in Cinque Terre villages, and the grilled Pesce Spada (swordfish), accompanied by a local white🍷 was a good and...More
Response from BubbaGringo | Reviewed this property |
I believe, for my wife and I, it was approximately 50-60 euros without any wine. One appetizer, two main courses, two desserts and water. We spent a week in Italy and this restaurant fed us our best food.