This place is famous with the locals for it fish and shellfish. We had grilled octopus and raw scampi to start with (forget how it sounds -- it's great!), followed by a large fish called galinha which lives in very deep water and was excellent (also grilled). Our waiter spoke passable English and the service was professional in all respects. If you go on Sunday, go early or late (avoid noon to 3pm), as it seems that half of southern Italy likes to have lunch there on Sundays. Reservations are accepted (but that's always a dicey proposition in Italy, as guests sometimes linger for hours after their meal). Expensive, but worth it.
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