, a refined restaurant, by the wise and creative hand of architect Anna Stella Tinelli.
The name of the restaurant is taken from the local dialect meaning a ‘single large dish’. Traditionally this dish was placed in the centre of the table and every diner helped themselves to their portion of the food. This is yet another example of the humble but dignified rural culture, the equal division of what little food there was.
Fresh local products form the basis of the tasty recipes which join tradition with innovation to create the smells and tastes of the past. It is easy to indulge in moments of conviviality, pampered by the chef’s excellence and in choosing a perfect Puglian wine to accompany your meal from our wine cellar.During the summer, enjoying the cool evening air and the masseria’s luscious green surroundings, it is possible to eat outside in cosy and relaxing atmosphere complemented by excellent service.
The barrel volt and the old mangers bear witness to the fact that the modern day restaurant was at one time used as an animal shelter. The old stable has been transformed into