Food and drink
The set menus are great if you're in hurry, but don't be… come ready to relax and enjoy the likes of octopus salad or linguine with a 'pesto' of anchovies, follow that up with the 'catch of the day' and then finish with some local cheeses. The wines are decent and well-priced.
Mediterranean colours rule here: sunny yellow walls are decorated with book-lined shelves, mirrors and a few paintings, with simple wooden tables and chairs laid out with a paper bag full of bread, bottles of water and a glass of prosecco to get you started. It looks and feels really cosy and, thanks to the quality of the food, there's always a jolly atmosphere here.
The staff are friendly but professional.
Walk up the main street and take a right towards the Largo S. Maria Maggiore. You'll find Maccus straight ahead of you.
With pastas starting at 7 euros, if you take it easy you can easily emerge having only spent around 35 euros, including wine, for two, but I'd recommend treating yourself to a few courses - you'll still emerge with a bill of less than 60 euros.
Tables to book
The little piazza in front of the restaurant is laid out with tables. If it's a fine evening, grab one and make a night of it.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers