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Due Camini, Puglia

Contrada Masciola, 72015 Sevelletri, Fasano BR, Italy
Due Camini Review
 
4 Star Rating
16 September 2014Due CaminiTags: Puglia, Italy, Italian reviewsThe Bill: £58 per head
 

Due Camini can be found inside the wonderful resort of Borgo Egnazia, in Puglia, Italy. The restaurant itself is beautiful; and similarly to the complex itself, it is excellently authentic.

Diners are given the choice of eating either inside, or outside. During our visit, we chose to eat on the outdoor terrace, which overlooked the floodlit swimming pools.

“Certainly worth going out of your way for.”

Although when we visited it was slightly off season, the terrace was heated, and we were able to sit out there and enjoy our evening quite comfortably.

The host who greeted us was very welcoming.. The menu consists of delicious, traditional Italian dishes; and we were excited for our food to arrive.

For our starters, we opted for the wholewheat orecchiette with langoustines, saffron, and tarragon essence; as well as the cannolo, stuffed with ricotta, Jerusalem artichoke mash, vin cotto, and caper salt.

For our main courses, we both enjoyed the lamb loin, served with roasted celeriac, medlar juice, and a black pepper reduction.

Finally, for dessert, we chose the warm almond flan served with vanilla flavoured pineapple, and star anise ice cream; as well as the Gianduja chocolate mousse, served with coconut biscuit, and fig leaf sorbet.

The food was enjoyable. Combined with the atmosphere and service, we had a thoroughly enjoyable evening. The staff are certainly a credit to this evening, and our enjoyment of the evening was largely thanks to their attentiveness.

We would certainly recommend Due Camini to anyone who’s looking for a wonderfully traditional Italian experience. It’s a great find in Puglia, and certainly worth going out of your way for.

We will certainly be returning, an suggest it holds a firm slot on your ‘to visit’ list.

 
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