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Maratea: Vincenzo de la Mare



Reviewed by: Hanan from Israel, review #168

When: 2002

We ate at Vincenzo de la Mare on our first night in Maratea, and very much enjoyed the food and the homey atmosphere.

Directions: Port of Maratea.

I had pasta with vongole and cozze the names, I think, of two kinds of mussels or clams; Sara says her pici in a tomato sauce was close to the best she had during our two weeks in Italy. Our two fish secondi, one bass and the other an unidentifiable local species, were perfectly grilled and wonderfully fresh. (About 40 euro, with wine and dessert).

The waitress got some busboy-style help from her blonde-haired son, who looked to be around 13, and the cooking was done by an older woman the boy treated like his grandmother.

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