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The Cous Cous with fish is a speciality of San Vito’s gastronomy. It is prepared with corn semolina and fish soup.
The “Cous Cous Fest” is a culinary event known everywhere and an occasion for many visitors that come during that period to see the beauty and warmth of the people and of this place.
It is indeed the fish a main factor of the San Vito’s cuisine, which the Bay is rich for and makes the Cous Cous an internationally famous dish.
The various species of fish caught in the sea of San Vito enrich and are part of old and local culinary traditions. Cassatelle (half moon ravioli) in fish soup, busiati (thick and short spaghetti pasta) in swordfish sauce or lobster sauce or “neonata” (new born fishes) sauce and at least but not last spaghetti in sea-urchin sauce are some of the most famous first courses available at best restaurants in San Vito.
As second course fish, fish and again fish. Totani, a smaller size and tender kind of calamari are a delicacy and need to be tasted. They are cooked in different ways: grilled, fried and in tomato sauce.
To end a wonderful meal pastries and ice cream should not be missed and can satisfy the sweetest tooth of all.
Moreover, San Vito has became famous for Pizza, many places with their small tables at the promenade offer a wide variety of Pizzas at cheap prices and at any time of day and late night.
The ice creams are also a dessert deserving to be taste.