The restaurant is situated on the Ostuni walls with beautiful views and floor-to-ceiling windows. Tables are a bit close to each other and the decor looks a bit "baroque" rather than modern. Menu offered both a la carte and pre-fix options. Wine list lacked in depth and was somewhat limited and focused on main stream wines. Take-off was a bit disappointing with standard breads and taralli and no amuse bouche. The lightly seared scallop on ink-squid risotto was very flavorfl and nicely prepared. The raw fish tasting was spectacular with gallipoli purple shrimp and oyster being the main starts. The paccheri pasta with monk fish was tasty and rich and so were the prawns entree while both the potato gratin and the lamb shank lacked in flavor and execution. In particular, the lamb was tough and flavor was not developed. Dessert was also a let down: the chocolate souffle was over-cooked and dry presented with standard vanilla ice-cream. The foundation for a great restaurant is there but it will require more efforts both in the kitchen and in guest experience to elevate this place to the next level.
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