We ate here on two consecutive nights of our 5 nights in Monopoli and consider it negligent that we didn't eat here every night. Do not miss the Il Guazzetto fish soup with its mussels, prawns, clams and three fish in a tomato broth that is so sweet and delicious. It is the best seafood dish either of us have ever eaten .
The fish ( sea bass) had been alive at 6pm when brought in from the port only a few hundred metres away and baked under a layer of sliced potatoes on one side and zucchini on the other side. The seafood antipasti is impressive -- cooked and raw seafood -- perfectly fresh and tasting of the sea. The service by the young owner is warm and efficient ( this place is busy even on a Monday night). With 2 main courses, a shared antipasti, mineral water, and a decent bottle of negroamaro the bill was E59.
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