Sometimes it's hard to find the words to do justice to good food. I now find myself in the position of trying to find the words to describe this rubbish. It's just a cash cow, funnelling in hungry punters unable to get into the couple of decent looking place (please note: if you come here, find the eating places you want and book in advance).
Stuffed sardines - sardines stuffed with breadcrumbs and deep fried, served tepid with the greasy crumb coating falling away from the fish. Stodgy. Disgusting. And the presentation? Jeezus.
Bresaola - strangely flavour free. Presentation as above.
Tuna - over-cooked. Presentation as above.
Fried fish from the gulf - this should be easy-peasy; deep fry the by catch, season and give the punter a lemon. There were two delicious tiddlers both of the same species. Unfortunately there were then a couple of prawns that had been cooked to ensure that no moisture remained in the poor little blighters. And then squid. Unbelievable. If this had been served in a basket at a British motorway service station at some point in the 1970's it would have been unacceptable. Presentation seemed to involve the use of a small shovel in order to shunt the above onto the aforementioned horrible presentation tem-plate.
Tomato salad - the tomatoes looked appetising but didn't taste of anything.
"seasoned potatoes" - rather nice actually.
Unless you're Italian and have small children I wouldn't recommend San Vito anyway but should you find yourself here don't for God's sake go anywhere near this terrible, terrible restaurant.
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