Da Cesare Review
With an open kitchen so you can watch the chef and a veranda overlooking the azure waters of the Golfo di Policastro, there's always something to see at this family-run seafood restaurant. Even better, it serves some of the freshest catch in town. The only drawback may be that the portions are very large, so you might not want every course from antipasto to dolce. Try the linguine al nero di seppie (with cuttlefish ink) and grigliata mista (mixed grilled fish and seafood).
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